Eléna Maria Esposito is an Irish pianist based in Dublin. She has recently completed her degree in piano performance at the TU Dublin Conservatoire, mentored by Siobhán Kilkelly. During her time at the Conservatoire, she participated in masterclasses with distinguished pianists such as Prisca Benoit, Philippe Cassard, and Finghín Collins. In 2019 and 2021 she attended Cheethams Piano Summer School where she studied with established pianists, Tamás Ungár, Peter Donohoe and Katya Apekisheva and was awarded the Licentiate of Trinity College of London qualification.
In 2020 Eléna participated in, ‘Beethoven 250: new Beethoven-inspired works by young composers. In this project she premiered Elliot Teo’s ‘A Beethovian Credo'. Also, Eléna was the chairperson of the TU Dublin Philharmonic Society throughout her degree. This involves presenting fortnightly events and concerts. A highlight was an online event titled, ‘A Celebration of Women in Music’. This involved performances by students, panel discussions and interviews with established women in the music industry including, Dr. Anne Marie O Farrell, Dr. Maria McHale, Lynsey O Callaghan and more.