By her 25th birthday Martyna Jatkauskaite had become named among the leading Lithuanian pianists from younger generation. Ironically, a lot of her profession success has been around the U.K. where she do her advanced key pad studies. Champion of a number of important worldwide competitions, Jatkauskaite offers regularly impressed critics with both her specialized abilities and masterly feeling of interpretation in a wide selection of repertory that consumes functions by Domenico Scarlatti, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin, Debussy, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and many more. She performs frequently through the entire U.K., Lithuania, Italy, and other areas of European countries and has provided recitals at such esteemed venues simply because London’s Wigmore Hall, Royal Celebration Hall, and Barbican Hall. Martyna Jatkauskaite was created right into a musical family members in Kaunas, Lithuania, on July 7, 1984. She examined on the J. Naujalis Music University in Kaunas, where her instructors included Birute Kumpikiene. Before and during her early pupil years she won several competitions, like the Konzerteum ’98 in Greece, 2000 International Piano Competition Roma, as well as the Vilnius-based Vainiunas International Piano Competition in 2001. Jatkauskaite experienced further studies in the Lithuanian Music and Theatre Academy under Veronika Vitaite, who going the piano faculty. In 2005 Jatkauskaite journeyed to England for even more study in the Guildhall College of Music relative to her award from the Baltic Condition Scholarship, directed at her pursuing an acclaimed overall performance from the Prokofiev Third Concerto. At Guildhall she gained a bachelor’s level (2007) and master’s (2009). Her educators there included Joan Havill. While students in Britain Jatkauskaite received the 2006 Tunbridge Wells International Small Concert Performers Competition and London-based Jacques Samuel Intercollegiate Piano Competition in 2007. Taking first reward in the second option event was a watershed accomplishment, as it offered Jatkauskaite having a debut recital appearance at Wigmore Hall in 2008, and also other exclusive concert engagements. Jatkauskaite captured both audience reward and second reward at this year’s 2009 Citta di Cantu International Competition for piano and orchestra, on her behalf performance from the Prokofiev Third. This year 2010 Jatkauskaite was awarded the Platinum Medal from the Guildhall College of Music, that institution’s highest honor frequently directed at a musician. She was also produced a fellow at Guildhall. In 2011 Jatkauskaite received the Giorgios Thymis International Piano Competition in Greece. That same 12 months saw the discharge of her first Compact disc, a self-produced work containing functions by Schumann, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninov.