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Indonesia Kontemporer 2018
Saturday 6th October
SOAS University of London, Russell Square WC1H 0XG

Stephanie Onggowinoto 

Stephanie OnggowinotoBorn in 1995, pianist Stephanie Onggowinoto received her Master of Music in Performance with Distinction and Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours from the Royal College of Music in London. As an RCM award holder, Stephanie's studies were generously supported by the Neville Wathen and Frederick Cox Scholarship. Stephanie is currently pursuing her Artist Diploma under the guidance of Norma Fisher at the RCM.

Stephanie has achieved much success in prestigious international piano competitions, including the Joan Chissell Schumann Piano Competition and the Ettlingen International Piano Competition for Young Pianists in Germany. A recipient of the first Adam Gyorgy Award, Stephanie performed her debut at Carnegie's Weill Hall in New York in 2017, presented by the Adam Gyorgy Foundation.

Stephanie has given recitals in countries across Europe and Asia. As a soloist, Stephanie has also appeared with leading Indonesian orchestras.

Look at the programme

Ikon 2017

Ikon 2017

Galeri Foto IKON 2017Ikon 2017

Ikon 2017