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Virginie Dejos a Ă©tudiĂ© le piano au conservatoire de Bordeaux dans la classe d’Anne-Marie Quinque puis au conservatoire royal de Bruxelles dans la classe de Evgeny Moguilevski. Elle obtient le diplĂŽme de master avec grande distinction, premiĂšre nommĂ©e Ă  l’épreuve du concerto ainsi que la plus haute distinction en musique de chambre. Elle est ensuite admise en cycle de perfectionnement dans la classe d’Alexandar Madzar. Elle a Ă©galement travaillĂ© Ă  Paris avec Muza Rubackyte et a bĂ©nĂ©ficiĂ© des conseils d'Elisabeth Leonskaja aprĂšs avoir Ă©tĂ© sĂ©lectionnĂ©e pour ses master classes Ă  la MĂŒsikhoschule de LĂŒbeck. Elle est laurĂ©ate de plusieurs concours dont le concours international Alexandre Scriabine, le concours international d'Île-de-France de Maisons-Laffitte et le concours de lied et mĂ©lodie de Gordes en duo avec la soprano DĂ©borah Attal.

Son intĂ©rĂȘt pour l’opĂ©ra l’amĂšne Ă  Ă©tudier la direction d’orchestre dans la classe de Dominique Rouits Ă  l’Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris oĂč elle obtient le diplĂŽme en direction d'orchestre en Juin 2012. Elle reçoit Ă©galement pendant plusieurs annĂ©es les conseils de Claire Gibault.  En 2015, elle a Ă©tĂ© chef d’orchestre  assistante pour la production de Rheingold de Wagner de l’AcadĂ©mie Lyrique. Au thĂ©Ăątre de Rochefort, elle dirige en 2016 et 2017 Der Jasager de Weill et The Little Sweep de Britten dans des mises en scĂšne d’Olivier DhĂ©nin.         

Elle a travaillĂ© Ă   Paris auprĂšs de la mezzo-soprano Nadine denize et avec le Choeur de Radio France. Elle est depuis Septembre 2017 Chef de chant Ă  l'opĂ©ra de LĂŒbeck. 

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Virginie Dejos is a french pianist and conductor. She began her piano studies at the age of six and she entered the Bordeaux conservatory three years later. At the age of 14 she graduated with a medaille d'or in piano and in chamber music. She continued her musical studies in Bordeaux in a perfectionnement cycle and two years later obtained two honor medals unanimously (piano and chamber music). Then, she moved to Paris to study with the lithuanian pianist Muza Rubackyte. In 2006 she obtained the diploma from the russian conservatory of Paris with the highest distinction.

Virginie Dejos studied in a master's programme in the royal conservatory of music in Brussels where she receives lessons from Evgeny Moguilevsky. In 2009 she graduated with the high distinction, first of the concerto exam. She was a prizewinner at the Claude Kahn piano competition in Paris, at the international piano competition d'Ăźle-de-france at Maisons-laffitte, and at the international piano competition Alexandre Scriabine. She has been admitted as an active participant to Elisabeth Leonskaja's masterclasses at the LĂŒbeck hoschule during the summeracademie of the Schleswig Holstein MĂŒsik Festival in 2008 and in 2010.
In 2011 she has been admitted in Ecole Normale de Paris for orchestra conducting in the class of Dominique Rouits, she graduated one year later.  
      She has played in many recitals and chamber music concerts in France and abroad, she has been invited by the acadĂ©mie JS Bach, la Nuit Grand Piano, the Fimu festival (Belfort), in l'amphithĂ©Ăątre Richelieu de la Sorbonne, les heures musicales du marais... She performed in Bruxelles, in the MIM concert hall, in the auditorium and the concert hall of the conservatory, in Poland, in the historic museum in Krakow and the philharmonic hall in Bialystok, in Italy during the festival duchi d'Acquaviva, in Berlin, in Amsterdam, for the Genç Klassiciler Festivali in Istanbul...
She has written a doctorate thesis about Scriabin's sonatas at paris-sorbonne university supervised by prof. Danielle Cohen-Levinas.