Mira Marton started playing the violin at the age of seven in Warsaw. In 2016 she gained a place with a scholarship at The Yehudi Menuhin School under the tutelage of Lutsia Ibragimova.
Mira has participated in many renowned competitions, winning the Piotr Janowski Competiton in Grudziadz, Poland, at the tender age of 15 as well as International Competiton for Young Violinists in Plock, and the Fifth Prize at the Serwaczynski Competition in Lublin. Mira has taken part in many prestigious music courses, among others, International Music Academy Stringtime NiederRhein in Goch, Germany, Morningside Music Bridge, Beijing, and masterclasses given by leading violinists including Noah Bendix-Balgley, Boris Garlitsky, Roman Simovic and Gordan Nikolitch.
Mira has performed in major venues around the world, including Wigmore Hall in London, Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, Blaire Castle Concert Hall in Scotland, the National Philharmonic in Warsaw and the Royal Castle Concert Hall in Warsaw. As a member of The Menuhin School Orchestra she has appeared at the Gstaad International Festival, Banstead and Gower Festivals, Fundación Juan March and the Zaragoza Auditorium. Her Wigmore performance of Rachmaninov’s Trio Elegiaque impressed audiences and critics alike with Ates Orga writing for Classical Source: ‘Honest chamber music-making, nuanced in old-world fragrances.’