Indonesian pianist Prajna Indrawati obtained her Master of Performance degree in Piano Accompaniment at the Royal College of Music under tutelage of a world distinguished piano accompanist Roger Vignoles, Kathron Sturrock, and Simon Lepper. Accompanying singers, she has performed in few places in London, such as Victoria and Albert Museum, Royal Festival Hall-Southbank and in “Brahms and his poet” book’s launching by Natasha Loges at Royal College of Music. She was awarded second place for Accompanist Prize in “Brooks- van der Pump” English Song Competition and Joan Chisell Schumann Competition and Titanic Memoriam Award for accompanist in Lies Askonas Competition 2018. In October 2018, she and Soprano Joyee Cole had been selected as one out of nine duos to join 2018 Oxford Lieder Mastercourse Programme where she had lessons with Wolfgang Holzmair, Véronique Gens, Roger Vignoles, Eugene Asti, Susan Manoff, and Helen Abbott. With her Vario Duo’s partner Manu Brazo (Saxophone), she has performed Live in BBC Radio 3 “In Tune”, Victoria and Albert Museum, St. James Picadilly, St. Martin in- the-fields, etc; as well in Seville (Spain) and Creete (Greece). She has participated in masterclasses with renowned pianists Susan Manoff, Michael Dussek, Hans-Jürgen Schnoor, Adam Gyorgy, Patrick Zygmanowsky and others. She achieved her Diploma in Piano Performance and Grade 8 Singing from ABRSM. She has accompanied many instrumentalists and singers for concerts, exams, festivals, etc; also for several choir concerts and festivals throughout Europe and Asia.