Classical pianist Mandakhtuya Dorj started playing the piano at the age of five. She trained in Ulaanbaatar at the Music and Dance College before arriving in the UK to continue her studies at Royal Academy of Music with Patsy Toh.
She holds a Bachelor of Music from Royal Northern College of Music, where she studied under professor Helen Krizos; as well as a Master of Music from the Guildhall School of Music under the tutelage of Charles Owen and Ronan O’Hora.
She has won numerous prizes in Mongolia, France, and in the UK including RNCM prestigious “Musicales” Award and in the Beethoven Society of Europe competition. She performs regularly as soloist as well as chamber musician.
As soloist, she performs regularly around UK at venues including Ripon Cathedral, Bristol Cathedral and St James Piccadilly, St Martins- in-the- fields, ST Sulpichre and Regent Hall in London. She has also performed for Mikhail Gorbachev as part of his visit to London. Mandakhtuya also performs regularly in Mongolia, where she was invited to perform for the former president of Mongolia.
When Mandakhtuya is not performing or composing she tutors gifted students in London, sharing her passion for music and the self-discipline that comes with 25 years of dedication to piano.
Mandakhtuya maintains a keen interest in contemporary and twentieth century music. She is passionate about music such as George Crumb and John Adams, British composers Frank Bridge and Arnold Bax.
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