Vita Panomariovaite is a prize-winning pianist from Lithuania.
Vita Panomariovaite was born in Lithuania and began her studies with Prof. Serksnyte at the J. Naujalis School of Arts in Kaunas. Aged 14 Vita toured Lithuania with the Kaunas Chamber Orchestra and in 1998 she graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music. During her studies she won several prizes at international piano competitions, including "Città di Senigallia" in Italy and "M.K.Ciurlionis" Competition in Lithuania.
In 1998 Vita was awarded a full scholarship to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Artur Pizarro and in the same year won first prize in the Città di Sulmona competition in Italy and the Ville de Brest competition in France. Throughout her three years at GSMD, Vita performed solo and chamber music recitals throughout the United Kingdom, Portugal, Italy and Lithuania. Since graduating with a Master of Music Degree and a Concert Recital Diploma from GSMD in 2001, Vita has continued her recital appearances and performed with the Orquestra da Fundaçäo do Conservatório Regional de Gaia in Portugal with Torsten Ostergren and with the Orquesta de la Radio-Televisión de España with Adrian Leaper in a concert broadcast by Radio Nacional de España. In 2004 Vita was third prize winner in the Joaquin Rodrigo International Piano Competition in Madrid where she also won the special Joaquin Rodrigo prize for the best interpretation of the composer's works.