Надежда Писарева (фортепиано)
Nadezda Pisareva was born on 02.04.1987 in Moscow, Russia.
2010–2013:UdK Berlin, Professor K.Hellwig — Diplom. DAAD Scholarship
2010/2011,Concert scholarship of Lüneburger Heide Piano Academy 2011.
2005–2010:Moscow State Conservatoire, Professor S.Dorensky.
1994- 2005:Central Music School in Moscow, Professor T. Koloss Masterclasses:2012 Aurora Chamber Music Masterclasses and Festival, P. Donohoe.
2011 Uelzen, Professor B.Goetzke, Professor A.Vardi,
2010 Krefeld, Professor K.Hellwig
2009 Holland Music Sessions, Bergen, Holland, Professor M.Raekallio,
2007 Mozarteum Akademie, Professor S.Dorensky
Competitions:2012 Diplom 2nd Fase — Santander International Piano Competition
2011 Semifinalist — Montreal Musical International Piano Competition
2010 2nd prize and chamber music prize — Scottish International Piano Competition, Glasgow.
Prize"Jeunes Espoirs»- Piano Campus International Piano Competition, Pontoise, France.
2008 3d prize, prize for virtuosity, prize for best interpretation of french music-
Adilya Alieva International Piano Competition, Gaillard, France
2007 Diplom of the best accompanist — Paganini Violin Competition in Moscow.
1998 2nd prize — Virtuosi per Musica di Pianoforte, Tschech Republik.
Concerts: Recitals in Russia, Germany, Japan, Holland, Norway, France. Performances in Great Hall, Tchaykowsky Hall in Moscow, Glasgow City Halls in Glasgow, Palacio Festivales in Santander, Curt-Sachs Saal in Musikinstrumenten Museum in Philarmonie Berlin.
With orchestra: Bruchsal Symphonie Orchestra (March 2012),
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (September 2010), Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Central Music School (Moscow, 2004)
With ensembles: Faust Quartet (Germany 2011), Casals Quartet (Spain 2012), Brodsky Quartet (Great Britain 2010).
Festivals: Mosel Musikfestival, Germany 2012, Dorensky Festival in Moscow, 2011, Enghen-les-Bains Musikfestival, France, 2008 Ars Longa, Moscow, 2007, Primavera Classica Moscow 2007
Recording of CD on Label Vista Vera 2012 (release 2013), program: Robert Schumann