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Dzmitry Ulasiuk

Dzmitry Ulasiuk

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Dzmitry Ulasiuk was born in 1982 in Minsk, Belarus and entered the “Number One” music school of his country where he studied with K.R. Medvedev. In 1998 Dzmitry entered the state Gymnasium-College attached to the Belarusian Academy of Music in the class of Professor L.S. Shelomentseva. In 2001 he entered the Academy of Music and in 2006 graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree. In 2010 Dzmitry received the prestigious Lili Kraus Scholarship in TCU and is studying with Dr. Tamás Ungár on the Artist Diploma program. Beginning 1998 Dzmitry has been actively performing festivals and concerts in Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Germany, Estonia, Japan, Croatia, USA, China, Lithuania and Costa Rica. He performed with National Odessa Philharmonic, with Arthur Rubinstein Symphony, Lodz, Poland, with Croatian Radio and TV symphony, and the Orchestra of the Opera of city of Split, with Belarusian Philharmonic Orchestra of city of Minsk, TCU Simphony. Dzmitry has had considerable success in competitions including Second Prize in the 1999 National Piano Competition “F. Chopin in Memoriam”, Grodno, Belarus; First Prize in the 2000 National Piano Competition, Mogilev, Belarus; Fifth Prize in the 2003 Emil Gilels International Piano Competition, Odessa, Ukraine; Third Prize in the 2005 International Karol Szymanowski Piano Competition, Lodz, Poland; First Prize in the 2007 Svetislav Stancic International Piano Competition, Zagreb, Croatia; prize winner in the 2009 Bremen Piano Competition, Germany; Second Prize in the 2011 Chopin International Piano Competition. Currently Mr. Ulasiuk is a student of Joaquin Achucarro, completing his Performers Diploma at the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

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