July 6, 1989
Born in Kharkov. She graduated from the Central Music School studying with Prof. Valery Pyasetsky and the Moscow Conservatory studying with Prof. Eliso Virsaladze (2012). She is currently studying at the Royal College…Get to know her better!
Which people would you invite as guests to your dream dinner party?
I'd love to go instead of Saliery to have a dinner with Mozart! I melt when I think about his music!
What is your favorite meal?
Do you have a favorite motto or proverb that you live your life by?
Another's envy is the highest form of compliment.
Which person or people inspire you the most?
If you were 80 years old, what advice would you give to young people today?
To take care of their health and ignore the people who state their opinion as being the only possible truth.
What would you like people to say about you?
Something they think is truth. So I'd easily learn a lot about people themselves.
How do you overcome the stage fright? / What is your ritual before going on stage?
Thank God, the stage fright is my ally.
When you perform... who are you playing for?
I play to bring harmony into the universe.
What job would you least like to do?
Waiter in a bar. Especially a Russian bar!
You are on a desert island and can bring only 3 items, what do you bring?
The Russian State Library, piano and unlimited refrigerator.
What is your favorite noise/sound? What is the most annoying noise for you?
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
On a plane.
What is the first thing you think about when you hear the word Tchaikovsky?
What is the first thing you think about when you hear the word competition?
J. S. Bach. Prélude and Fugue in C major, The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1, BWV 846, No. 1
Ludwig van Beethoven. Sonata No. 24 in F-sharp major, Op. 78
Frédéric Chopin. Étude in A minor, Op. 10, No. 2
Pyotr Tchaikovsky. “Nocturne” and “Humoresque”, Op. 10; “Valse sentimentale”, Op. 51, No. 6; “Méditation”, Op. 72, No. 5
Sergei Rachmaninov. Étude-tableau in A minor, Op. 39, No. 6
Franz Liszt. “Feux follets” from the Transcendental Études for piano, S. 139, No. 5