Rougemont - Salon Michel Sogny Sunday 1 January 2012
Russian pianist Natalia Morozova began her piano studies at the age of six at the Rachmaninoff School in Moscow. She attended the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory with the pianist Tigran Alikhanov, himself a student of the great Russian pianist Lev Oborin. Natalia pursued piano studies at the same conservatory with Professors Victor Mergianov and Alexander Mdoyantz while studying chamber music with Tigran Alikhanov.
She completed her post-graduate degree, also at the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory. Among numerous awards Natalia won first prizes at the Nikolaj Rubinstein International Competition in Moscow, Young Pianists "Rome 99", International Chamber Music Competition in Verbania Italy, Taneyev International Chamber Music Competition in Kaluga, Russia and at the Reding-Piette International Competition in Neuchatel. Playing with orchestra and as a soloist in Europe Natalia has performed in Moscow, Archangel, Viatka, Kaluga and Yekaterinburg, Russia, in Geneva for Radio Suisse Romande, Neuchâtel and La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland and Annibale di Francia Theatre, Messina, Giuseppe Verdi Theatre, Trieste, Savoia Theatre, Campobasso, Puccini Theatre, Merano and the Alfieri Theatre, Turin, Italy and the Arts Club, London.
Natalia has performed recitals for radio including Radio Suisse Romande, Rai 3 Rome, Festival "Melomania" Paris and many concerts in France for different festivals. Natalia has worked with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra and the Moscow Soloists under the direction of Yuri Bashmet and recently she performed at the Palazzetto Bru Zane - Centre de Musique Romantique Francaise in Venice, Italy. A member of the scientific committee of the international "Primavera Musicale" project at the Discanto Academy of Arts in Verona, Italy since 2010 Natalia's repertoire continues to develop in baroque and contemporary music.