Mirabelle Kajenjeri is a French pianist “with a unique touch, manipulating some of the most challenging acrobatics with a (discreet) smile, disarmingly natural and generous” (La Libre Belgique).

In September 2022 her first album “Étincelles” was released in collaboration with the label KNS Classical.

Born in 1998 to Burundian and Ukrainian parents, she had the opportunity to highlight this singular mix, as a guest speaker at the TEDxRoubaix (TED Talk) event.

1st Prize of the Santa Cecilia International Piano Competition in Porto (2021), 2nd Prize of the Kissinger KlavierOlymp in Bad-Kissinger (2023), semi-finalist of the Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition in Tel-Aviv (2023), her talent has been rewarded in numerous other national and international competitions.

She is a laureate of foundations such as the Fondation Gautier Capuçon (2024), Fondation Safran (2023), Wilhelm Kempff FoundationLieven Piano Foundation Vienna (2021), Yamaha Music Europe Foundation (2020), and Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now (2019).

Mirabelle Kajenjeri regularly performs in Europe, as part of renowned festivals such as the Flagey Piano Days, Lille Piano Festival, Kissinger Sommer, Piano Campus Festival, Festivals de Wallonie and collaborates with international orchestras such as Orchestre de Picardie, Orchestra Filarmonica Pugliese Brandenburgische Staatsorchester Frankfurt, Orquestra Filarmónica Portuguesa.

Beside her concert activity, she is actively invested in musical outreach programs for children and young people, as well as presentations at corporate events (Ernst&Young).

From Autumn 2024, she will be Artist in Residence at the Queen Elisabeth Musical Chapel, Belgium.

Having graduated from the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover and the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles, she studied with Anna Malikova, Ewa Kupiec, Mihail Faerman, Vladimir Soultanov and her discovery of the piano at the age of 5, was initiated by Natalia Grebennikova, in Kyiv.

This young artist has several strings to her bow, since alongside her career as a pianist she is also passionate about the violin.

Having studied both instruments since childhood, Mirabelle Kajenjeri obtained her Bachelor’s degree in 2018 at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles with great distinction parallel to her piano degree.

Lorenzo Gatto, Olga Zolotareva, Ning Kam as well as Elizabeth Degrenand were her teachers.

Quatre superbes récitals pour conclure les Flagey Piano Days
Les musiciens d'Arcangelo mettent en valeur le talent de la soliste Mirabelle Kajenjeri
De ses doigts de virtuose, la jeune écolière Mirabelle Kajenjeri a donné un récital de piano

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