Ugnius Pauliukonis, Pianist

23 March 2022, 7.30 pm

Ugnius Pauliukonis, Pianist, Chamber Musician and Educator. His creating field in classical music performances ranging from Early Baroque to late 20th and early 21st-century music. His particular interests and native musical voice is in the music of those by Haydn, Chopin and Debussy

Ugnius has won numerous awards, including RNCM Gold Medal (first-ever solo recipient), the Schubert and Mark Ray Prizes, the Recital Prize and a prize at the International Amy Brant Piano Competition in Birmingham. Most recently, Ugnius was awarded the Silver Medal Award for excellence in performances by the Worshipful Musicians Company UK, as well as PDG Young Artist award from Music Making UK for 2018-2020, including various scholarships and bursaries to support his further career in Classical Music from the North West Music Trust .


  • SCARLATTI Sonatas K98 in E minor, K380 in E, K212 in A
  • CHOPIN Nocturne Op 62 No 2
  • CHOPIN Polonaise Fantasie
  • DEBUSSY ‘Suite Bergamasque’
  • RACMANINOFF Preludes Op 23 No 2,4,6 Op 32 No 3,8,12


Christmas & New Year Opening Times 

Sat 24 December | CLOSED
Sun 25 December | CLOSED
Mon 26 December | CLOSED
Tues 27 Dec | OPEN, Bank Holiday hours
Wed 28 Dec | OPEN, normal hours
Thurs 29 Dec | OPEN, normal hours
Fri 30 Dec | OPEN, normal hours
Sat 31 Dec | OPEN – 9am to 3pm (early closing)
Sun 1 Jan 2023 | CLOSED
Mon 2 Jan | OPEN, Bank Holiday hours
Tues 3 Jan | OPEN, normal hours

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The Dorset Museum Music Society are fortunate in being able to make use of the Victorian Hall of the Dorset Museum, a unique environment that continues to draw enthusiastic praise from our visiting artists

Kindly supported by Making Music’s Philip and Dorothy Green Artist’s Scheme

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