The Keyboard Charitable Trust presents Pavle Krstic

Wednesday 8th February 2023, 6:30 PM at Steinway Hall

Austria-based pianist PAVLE KRSTIC has been credited with playing that is dramatic, expressive, sensitive, individual and lyrical.

Free admission, tickets must be reserved with the Charitable Keyboard Trust via

Donations to the Keyboard Trust are gratefully received. Suggested donation £20.

Individuality, sensitivity, lyricism


Beethoven  Sonata (quasi una fantasia) in E-flat Major op. 27 no. 1
Chopin  Sonata no. 2 in B-flat Minor op. 35
Stravinsky  Sonata in F-sharp Minor

He performs as a soloist, chamber musician and with orchestra, works on arrangements and orchestrations and focuses on an analytical approach to the interpretation of piano music. Since the winter semester of 2022 he has been a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Musicology at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg.

Pavle has given numerous piano recitals since the age of 12 and has performed in over 20 different countries. His most notable performance with orchestra was of both Chopin piano concertos at the age of 17 in the Kolarac Concert Hall in Belgrade. He has also released two CDs: the first for ArtLink in 2017 and the second for OnClassical in 2022.

Pavle has been awarded scholarships and awards from the Mozarteum University in Salzburg and from music festivals and academies where he has performed and attended master classes with recognized pianists and professors. He is the recipient of the Würdigungspreis 2021, awarded by the Austrian Ministry of Education, and the ArtLink Most Promising Young Music Artist for 2016 award.

Pavle has won more than 40 prizes at international piano competitions, including at the Concours International de Piano Lagny-Sur-Marne, the Neuhaus Festival, Chopin Golden Ring, Junior Piano Academy Eppan, Horowitz Piano Competition (Kyiv), International Piano Competition for Young Musicians (Enschede), Concours International Piano Campus (Pontoise), Concours International de Piano à Mayenne, International Competition of the Arthur Rubinstein Institute in Marbella, Ferrara Piano Festival, Juliusz Zarebski International Music Competition, Premio Annarosa Taddei, ArtePiano Competition, Chopin International Piano Competition (Hartford) and the Delia Steinberg International Piano Competition (Madrid).

Pavle completed his Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Postgraduate studies in the class of Prof. Pavel Gililov at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D.

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