Mirabelle Kajenjeri is a French pianist, born in Kiev (Ukraine) in 1998, from Burundian and Ukrainian parents. She starts playing the piano at 5 years old, in Ukraine, with Natalia Grebennikova, and few years later she continues her studies in France, with Vladimir Soultanov at the «Music Conservatory of Roubaix», where she obtained her Diploma (DNOP) at 17 years old with the best results.
In 2016, she pursues her studies at the «Royal Conservatory of Brussels» (Belgium) with Prof. Mikhaïl Faerman, Zofia Lalak and Gabriel Teclu and two years later obtains her Bachelor’s Degree, with the highest distinction.
She is currently a Master student at the prestigious «Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover» (Germany) with Prof. Ewa Kupiec.
From an early age, Mirabelle Kajenjeri is performing in public, as part of renowned festivals («Lille Piano Festival», «Festival Clef de Soleil», «Piano Campus Festival») with various orchestras in France and abroad («Arcangelo Chamber Orchestra», «Cordes 21 Orchestra», «Brandenburgische Staatsorchester Frankfurt») and is Laureate of numerous International Piano Competitions («Piano Campus», «Les Etoiles du Piano», «Breughel Competition», «Citta di Oleggio Competition», «Valsesia Music Competition»).
In July 2021 Mirabelle became the 1st prize winner of the prestigious “Santa Cecilia International Piano Competition” in Porto, Portugal.
She is a scholarship holder of the «Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now» Program (2019), the «Yamaha Music Europe Foundation Germany»(2020) and the Lieven Piano Foundation, Vienna.
Alongside of her piano career, Mirabelle Kajenjeri is passionate about the violin, which she started at 6 years old in Ukraine. Always in parallel with the piano, she studied with Elisabeth Degrenand in France, then in Belgium with Olga Zolotareva and at the «Royal Conservatory of Brussels» with Lorenzo Gatto and Ning Kam, where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree with high distinction.