Since her debut in 2006 at the National Auditorium of Music in Spain, Susana Gómez Vázquez has revealed herself as one of the young pianists with the greatest projection on the music scene today.
Her concerts regularly take her all over Europe and Latin America, in venues such as Wigmore Hall, Centro de Acción Social in Caracas, Bremen Sendesaal, Purcell Room (Southbank Centre), Fazioli concert room, Teatro Monumental. She has performed as a soloist with the RTVE orchestra, the Simón Bolivar Symphony orchestra, the Bética de Cámara orchestra, the Purcell School Symphony orchestra, the ORQUAH, the Orquesta Sinfónica UPM and has made recordings for Radio Nacional Clásica, RTVE and BBC 3 radio.
Her numerous awards include first prizes in the Concurso de Juventudes Musicales de España, in the Concurso internacional Ciutat de Carlet, in the Iris Dyer competition of the Royal Academy 06-07 of Music, in the Freddy Morgan and Wigmore Hall competitions (soloist and chamber music), the EMCY prize, as well as the Maud Hornsby Award and the Franz Reizenstein Prize of the Royal Academy of Music for her professional achievements. She has recently been awarded first prize at the Colburn International virtual piano seminar 2020.
Born in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) in 1995, Susana Gómez Vázquez graduated under the tutelage of Patsy Toh and Hamish Milne at the Royal Academy of Music with distinction, and did a Master’s degree at the Conservatori Liceu in Barcelona with Josep Colom. She continued her postgraduate studies with Fabio Bidini at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln.
Some of her compositions have been premiered at the Wigmore Hall, the Royal Academy of Music, the UAH Auditorium, the Jewish Museum in Warsaw, the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, the Purcell School in London, and the Queen Elizabeth Hall, by the Milton Keynes Orchestra, Aurora, Encore Chamber Orchestra, Purcell Symphony Orchestra, and other professional ensembles.
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