Victoria Marie Ramos, 9, had her Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 6 when she won first place in the 2018 American Protege International Competition. She started piano lessons with her mother, Marissa Rebadulla-Ramos at the age of 3 then joined Dr. Peter Mack’s studio in 2019. Since then, she has had the benefit of learning from two collaborative teachers. She has won numerous international competitions in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia.
Victoria has performed in prestigious venues such as the Parco della Music in Rome in December 2021 for winning first prize and the young artist excellence award in the 2021 Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition in Rome, the Musikverein in Vienna and the Royal Albert Hall in London in April 2022 for winning first prize and the young artist excellence award in both the 2022 Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition in Vienna and London.
Her most recent achievements in 2022 include winning first prize in the Brisbane International Youth Music Festival, gold in the Seattle International Piano Viennese Festival, first prize in the Charleston InternationalMusic Competition Baroque Music, gold in the Canadian International competitions, Royal Sound Music and Rocky Mountain Competitions, “Premier prix” in the Cap Ferret Music Festival in her age category and the 1eme access in the Open Masters category which encompasses all ages, music genres and instruments. She is also a silver medalist in the 2022 Chopin NW Festival and the 21st Century Music Competition 2022. As a first prize winner of the 2022 Central Washington PianoFest, Victoria had the honor of performing in a master class for Michelle Cann, the Curtis Institute of Music Piano Department Chair.
In 2021, she won “Premier Prix a l’unamite” in her category and the 2eme accessit in the Cap Ferret Music Festival, gold in the Chopin NW Festival, and the distinguished gold medal in the Seattle International Piano Festival Bach Competition. Victoria also won silver in the Northern Light Piano Festival in Sweden, third in the New Orleans International Piano Competition.
In 2020, she was a gold medalist in the Seattle International Piano Festival Virtuoso Competition, a silver medalist in the Steinway Junior and Pacific International Competitions.
Victoria is scheduled to perform at Carnegie Hall in June 2022 for winning first prize in the 2021 American Protege International Romantic Music Competition.
Aside from piano, Victoria enjoys swimming, biking, crafting and playing with her little sister, Cassandra.
You can find Victoria Marie’s 2022 Baroque Music Competition piano performance here.
You can find Victoria Marie’s 2022 Spring Music Competition piano performance here.