Robertas Lozinskis is a prizewinner of more than 20 international piano competitions in such countries as the United Kingdom, Germany, the Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Latvia and Lithuania. In May 2015 he won the 1st Prize and the Audience Prize at the prestigious Sheepdrove Piano Competition in England. In September 2015 he won the 1st Prize at the International M.K.Čiurlionis Piano and Organ Competition as well as the Audience Prize, National Philharmonic Prize and the Special Prize for the best performance of M.K.Čiurlionis pieces.
In 2016/17 Robertas played with the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra and Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra. In addition, he performed in Scotland as well as Czech Republic, France, Israel, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Hungary and Lithuania. In November 2016 Robertas performed a piano concerto by a Lithuanian composer Stasys Vainiūnas in Costa Rica.
He was a participant in master classes with renowned pianists including Mikhail Voskresensky, Dmirti Bashkirov, Nikolai Lugansky, Pascal Devoyon, Michel Beroff, Christopher Elton, Ivari Ilja, Oliver Kern, Petras Geniusas, Stanislav Pochekin, Steven Osborne, Hortense Cartier-Bresson, Ian Fountain, Elisabeth Leonskaja, and others. Robertas currently studies with prof. Fali Pavri at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He previously studied with prof. Zbignevas Ibelgauptas at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and also spent one year as an exchange student at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK), where he studied with prof. Elena Lapitskaja.
As a chamber musician, Robertas has successfully participated in international chamber music competitions and festivals. He is also a founding member of Trio Agora with clarinetist Žilvinas Brazauskas and cellist Natania Hoffman. Formed in March 2016, Trio Agora has already performed in Holland, Belgium, Germany and Lithuania, recorded their debut CD “Youth” which was released in January 2017, and performed in the Kaunas Philharmonic Hall, among other venues.
Robertas has been a recipient of scholarships from Mstislav Rostropovich and Roderick F. Tuck support funds. He has also received acknowledgements from the President and the Prime Minister of Lithuania for international awards and achievements.