Nadezhda Pisareva was born in 1987 in Moscow, where she received her first musical education at the Central Music School and later at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory in the class of Sergey Dorensky. Thereafter she continued her studies in Berlin at the University of the Arts in the class of Klaus Hellwig. Most recently, Nadezhda has been Artist in Residence at Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth in Belgium.
Nadezhda is laureate of several international competitions including 2nd Prize from Virtuosi per Musica di Pianoforte Competition (Czech Republic), 3rd Prize and two special prizes from Adilya Alieva International Piano Competition (France), and special prize from Piano Campus Intl. Piano Competition (France). In the 2010 Scottish International Piano Competition, she was awarded the silver medal and Chamber Music Prize.
Ms. Pisareva has performed across Russia and in Germany, Japan, Holland, and Canada in recital and in performance with chamber ensembles. She has appeared as a soloist in Kurt-Sachs-Saal of Berlin Museum of Musical Instruments, Palacio Festivales in Santander, Glasgow City Hall, Great Hall of Moscow State Conservatory and Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, and Renaisse Hall in Okayama. In 2015, Nadezhda will play her debut recital in Moscow State Philharmony.
She has collaborated with musicians and ensembles including the Brodsky Quartet, Casals Quartet, Faust Quartet, conductor Martyn Brabbins, and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
Nadezda has participated in several music festivals including Mosel Music Festival in Germany, Aurora Chamber Music Festival in Sweden, Enghen-les-Bains Piano Festival in France as well as in various festivals in Russia.
Nadezhda’s debut CD with works of Robert Schumann was released in 2013. She has since recorded works for saxophone and piano in collaboration with saxophonist Hannah Stohl and German Culture Radio (Deutschland Radio Kultur). Her performances have been broadcast on Celtic Music Radio, Polskie Radio 1, CBC Radio Canada.
|PRELIMINARY ROUND ONE|
|Claude Debussy||from Préludes, Book I|
|Ce q’a vu le vent d’Ouest|
|Ludwig van Beethoven||Sonata No. 21 in C Major, op.53|
|Allegro con brio|
|Rondo – Allegretto moderato|
|PRELIMINARY ROUND TWO|
|Robert Schumann||SonataNo. 1 in F-sharp Minor, op.11|
|Introduzione – Un poco Adagio – Allegro vivace|
|Scherzo e Intermezzo – Allegrissimo|
|Finale – Allegro un poco maestoso|
|Maurice Ravel||La valse|
|Béla Bartók||Out of Doors (1926)|
|With Drums and Pipes|
|Frédéric Chopin||Scherzo No. 3 in C-sharp Minor, op.39|
|Modest Mussorgsky||Pictures at an Exhibition|
|Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky||Concerto No. 1 in B-flat Minor, op. 23|