Margalida Moll Salord is a classical concert pianist natural from Ciutadella de Menorca. She has recently been described as a ‘magnificent artist with a promising present and future of international success’ by the Spanish magazine Consell Català de la Música.
She has performed as a soloist at many prestigious venues in the UK including the Wigmore Hall, Steinway Hall, University of London, Charlton House, Menuhin Hall, Cultural Centre of the Russian Embassy of London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, St James’s Piccadilly Church, St Stephen’s Church St Mary Abbots Church or St George’s Hannover Square as well as giving a series of concerts across Scotland, in venues such as the Royal Overseas League. Since 2007, Margalida has also performed across Spain, in venues such as the Ateneo Hall in Madrid, La Pedrera Hall, El Jardi dels Tarongers Hall in Barcelona, the Palau Saura of Ciutadella de Menorca or the Reynolds Foundation Hall in Maó among others. In 2016 she participated in the annual Keyboard Festival at the Royal College of Music, where she performed a selection of pieces by Catalan composer Enrique Granados. The concert was streamed live worldwide.
Margalida recently graduated with a Master of Performance with Distinction at the Royal College of Music in London, studying with professor Gordon Fergus Thompson. In 2014, she completed her Bachelor of Music with Honors also at the Royal College of Music, where she studied with professors Ruth Nye and Gordon Fergus-Thompson. Prior to her undergraduate studies, Margalida gained a place to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School with professors Marcel Baudet and Renana Gutman, thus completing her Junior Music Diploma.
The Royal College of Music Pauline Hartley Award, the Kathleen Trust, the Association of Artists Foundation of Madrid (AIE), St Marylebone Foundation and the EMI Music Sound Foundation have generously supported her studies.
Born in Ciutadella de Menorca (Spain), Margalida began playing the piano at the age of six, studying with professor Andrea Piris. By the age of ten, she had won her first prize at the International Piano Competition Vila de Capdepera and at the Balearic Islands Classical Music Competition. The young pianist has a professional classical duo, known as ‘Moll Salord Sisters’, with her sister Francina, who is a professional violinist. They have played together in numerous occasions. The national UK radio station, Classic FM, has featured their recordings.
Margalida is also passionate about teaching and regularly holds master class and workshops both in the UK and Spain.
Moreover, she is an artist of the prestigious Talent Unlimited Foundation – Musical profile Talent Unlimited Foundation