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The Russian pianist Natalia Morozova was born in Moscow and began her piano studies at the age of six at the Rachmaninoff School.

She attended the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory with the pianist Tigran Alikhanov, himself a student of the great Russian pianist Lev Oborin. She pursued piano studies at the same conservatory with professors Victor Mergianov and Alexander Mdoyantz while studying chamber music with Tigran Alikhanov. In 2001, she graduated with highest honors and went on to defend her doctoral dissertation in 2003 with similar excellent results. Between 2003 and 2005 she took advanced courses at the Chamber Music International School of the Trio of Trieste in Duino, Italy.

Natalia Morozova has received several international prizes:

  • 1997 First Prize at the Nikolai Rubinstein International Competition in Moscow;
  • 1999 Absolute First Prize as soloist and Absolute First and Special Prizes for duo at the Tenth International Competition for Young Pianists “Rome 99” in Italy
  • First and Special Prizes at the Taneyev International Chamber Music Competition in Kaluga, Russia;
  • 2001 First Prize at the Reding-Piette International Competition in Neuchatel, Switzerland for duo with Vitaly Younitsky and later the same year she took Second Prize – no first prize was awarded – at the Provincia di Caltanissetta International Competition in Italy;
  • 2002 First Prize at the Isole Borromee International Competition and First Prize for duo at the Camillo Togni International Competition in Gussago, Italy.

Natalia Morozova has recently produced recordings with the Basel Sinfonietta, the Ekaterinburg Philharmonic, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Vladimir Ziva and Marcello Mottadelli, and the Moscow Soloists under the direction of Yuri Bashmet.

She performed in many recitals as soloist and as part of chamber music ensembles in Russia (Moscow, Archangel, Viatka, Kaluga and Yekaterinburg), Switzerland (in Geneva for Radio Suisse Romande, Neuchâtel and La Chaux-de-Fonds, New Year Music Festival in Gstaad, Classeek Winter Festival live streamed concerts) and Italy (Annibale di Francia Theatre, Messina; Giuseppe Verdi Theatre, Trieste; Savoia Theatre, Campobasso; Puccini Theatre, Merano; and the Alfieri Theatre, Turin).

In Italy she has given concerts as part of various music festivals, including Bari, Sulmona, Monopoli, Savona, Pieve di Cadore, Venice, and Verona.

Natalia has performed with Renaud Capuçon, Maxim Vengerov, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, Michael Gutman, Yuri Bashmet, Anton Martynov, Julian Rachline, Gautier Capuçon, François Salque, Carlo Colombara, Emmanuele Baldini, Anna Serova, Laurence Guillod, Nino Machaidze and Alexandra Conunova.

She has performed in the Cappella Paolina of the Quirinal Palace in Rome for Rai 3 television; Tsubasio Theatre in Spello as part of the Umbria Music Fest International; Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria; Chelsea Arts Club in London; Slovenia; Croatia, Lettonia, Bulgaria, and many French musical venues, including Sorèze, Castle-Abbey of Cassan, Bardou, Château de Padiès, Moulin d’Ande, and the Festival Mélomania in Paris, Le Festival de Musique de Richelieu, Z’estivales – MoZ’aïque (Festivals d’été du Havre).

Since 2010 Natalia Morozova has been a member of the scientific committee of the international “Primavera Musicale” project at the Discanto Academy of Arts in Verona, Italy, where she conducts a master class.

Sought out as piano accompanist for her sensitivity and great skill in working with singers, she was selected to be part of the International Music Tournament (TIM) taking place in Europe. Since 2012 is part of the jury of the international competition “Umbria Music Fest”, Italy.

Constantly seeking new forms of expression and knowledge, Natalia Morozova’s repertoire has only continued to increase in the fields of baroque music and modern sonority.

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Russian pianist Natalia Morozova was born in Moscow, where she began her piano studies at the Rachmaninoff School at the age of six. The Tchaikovsky State Conservatory admitted her as a pupil of Tigran Alikhanov, himself a student of the great Russian pianist Lev Oborin. Later, she pursued her piano studies there with Victor Mergianov and Alexander Mdoyantz while attending Tigran Alikhanov’s chamber music classes. In 2001, Natalia graduated with highest honors and went on to defend her doctoral dissertation in 2003 with similar excellent results. Between 2003 and 2005 she took advanced courses at the Chamber Music International School of the Trio of Trieste in Duino, Italy.

Natalia’s international prizes include the First Prize at the Nikolai Rubinstein International Competition in Moscow (1997); the Absolute First Prize as a soloist, as well as the Absolute First and Special Prizes for Piano Duos at the Tenth International Competition for Young Pianists “Rome 99” (1999); the First and Special Prizes at the Taneyev International Chamber Music Competition in Kaluga, Russia; the First Prize at the Reding-Piette International Competition in Neuchâtel, Switzerland for her piano duo with Vitaly Younitsky (2001) and later that year a Second Prize (no first prize awarded) at the Provincia di Caltanissetta International Competition in Italy; the First Prize at the Isole Borromee International Competition and the First Prize for Piano Duos at the Camillo Togni International Competition in Gussago, Italy (2002).

Natalia has honed her skills by playing both as a soloist and with orchestras across Europe. She has recently produced recordings with the Basel Sinfonietta, the Ekaterinburg Philharmonic, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Vladimir Ziva and Marcello Mottadelli, and the Moscow Soloists under the direction of Yuri Bashmet.

She has played numerous recitals and as a part of chamber music ensembles in Russia (Moscow, Archangel, Viatka, Kaluga and Yekaterinburg), Switzerland (in Geneva for Radio Suisse Romande, Neuchâtel and La Chaux-de-Fonds, New Year Music Festival in Gstaad, Classeek’s Winter Festival live stream concerts) and Italy (Annibale di Francia Theatre, Messina; Giuseppe Verdi Theatre, Trieste; Savoia Theatre, Campobasso; Puccini Theatre, Merano; and the Alfieri Theatre, Turin). In Italy she has given concerts at music festivals including Bari, Sulmona, Monopoli, Savona, Pieve di Cadore, Venice, and Verona.

Natalia’s chamber music partners include Renaud Capuçon, Maxim Vengerov, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, Michael Guttman, Yuri Bashmet, Anton Martynov, Julian Rachlin, Gautier Capuçon, François Salque, Carlo Colombara, Emmanuele Baldini, Anna Serova, Laurence Guillod and Alexandra Conunova..

She has performed in the Cappella Paolina of the Quirinal Palace in Rome for Rai 3 television; Tsubasio Theatre in Spello as part of the Umbria Music Fest International; Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria; Chelsea Arts Club in London; in Slovenia; Croatia, Lettonia, Bulgaria, French musical venues, such as Sorèze, Castle-Abbey of Cassan, Bardou, Château de Padiès, Moulin d’Ande, at the Festival Mélomania in Paris, Le Festival de Musique de Richelieu, Z’estivales – MoZ’aïque (Festivals d’été du Havre) and in Switzerland at the New Year’s Festival in Gstaad and for the Classeek Winter Festival Live Streamed Concerts.

Since 2010 Natalia has been a member of the scientific committee of the international “Primavera Musicale” project at the Discanto Academy of Arts in Verona, Italy, where she conducts a master class.

A sought-after accompanist for her sensitivity and great skill in working with singers, she was selected to be part of the International Music Tournament (TIM) taking place in several European countries. Since 2012 she is also a jury member of the international competition “Umbria Music Fest International”, Italy.

Constantly seeking new forms of expression and knowledge, Natalia Morozova’s repertoire has recently increased in the fields of baroque and contemporary music.

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Russian pianist Natalia Morozova was born in Moscow, where she began her piano studies at the age of six. She graduated with highest honors from the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, where her teachers had included Tigran Alikhanov, Victor Mergianov, Alexander Mdoyantz, and undertook further chamber music studies in Italy.

For her achievements as a soloist and with her piano duo partner Vitaly Younitsky she won a series of prizes at international competitions in Russia, Italy and Switzerland. As a soloist with orchestra Natalia performed across Europe and produced recordings with the Basel Sinfonietta, the Ekaterinburg Philharmonic, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, and the Moscow Soloists conducted by Yuri Bashmet. Moreover, she could be heard in solo and chamber music recitals across Russia, in Italy (at the Quirinal Palace in Rome for Rai 3 television), Austria (Mozarteum Salzburg), France, Great Britain, Lebanon (Al Bustan Festival), Slovenia, Croatia, Lettonia, Bulgaria and Switzerland, where she featured in Classeek’s Winter Festival Live Stream Concerts and many others.

Chamber music partners include Renaud Capuçon, Maxim Vengerov, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, Michael Guttman, Yuri Bashmet, Anton Martynov, Julian Rachlin, Gautier Capuçon, François Salque, Nadezda Tokareva, Carlo Colombara, Anna Serova, Emmanuele Baldini, Laurence Guillod and Alexandra Conunova.

Constantly seeking new forms of expression and knowledge, Natalia Morozova’s repertoire has recently increased in the fields of baroque and contemporary music.

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