Hailed as a rising star by the magazine International Piano, Scottish pianist Christina Lawrie made her debut in 2009 with the RSNO in the Caird Hall.
After studying in Glasgow, Chetham's and Trinity College Cambridge, Christina has been an active concert pianist in the UK and abroad. Winner of many prizes, her debut at London's world-renowned Wigmore Hall was praised by Musical Opinion magazine for its astute intelligence and warmth of spirit.
Scottish pianist Christina Lawrie made her debut in May 2009 with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in Dundee's Caird Hall. Subsequent engagements have included live BBC Radio 3 broadcasts, a debut at Cheltenham Music Festival, and a recital at the Purcell Room for the South Bank Centre's Fresh Young Musicians' Platform. Her debut CD was released in July 2010. 'The young pianist Christina Lawrie possesses remarkable musical and pianistic qualities. Her artistic approach is fresh, positive, secure and totally natural. Her playing is stylish and always commands attention not least because she is equally at home in a wide range of repertoire and her technique is well up the demands of all she plays' (John Lill OBE) 'Christina Lawrie was cheered for her performance, prepared in six weeks and given from memory, of the 36-minute Tippett 4th Sonata in last January's Park Lane Group New Year Series' (Park Lane Group) 'Christina Lawrie is a young pianist of formidable intellect and boundless technique... Fantastic playing' (The Observer).
See Christina Lawrie tour dates
Dollar Academy Gibson Hall
- Mylne Avenue
- FK14 7DU