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Evelina Vorontsova

Evelina Vorontsova, Russian concert pianist resident in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, has played the piano since the age of four, and gave her first public concert performance (a Bach concerto) at age eleven. She studied at the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory in Moscow with professors Mikhail Voskressensky and Elena Koeznetsova, from where she graduated in 1995 with distinction and subsequently followed a post-graduate course. In order to further develop her mastery she followed the Master classes of Isaac Stern, Earl Wild, John O' Conor and Eugene Indjic. After settling in Amsterdam, she studied with Jan Wijn at the Amsterdam Sweelinck Conservatory where she obtained the Dutch degree of 'Performing Musician'.

Evelina has won prizes in the prestigious Rachmaninov and Liszt Piano Competitions, and is highly praised for her beautiful romanticism, special toucher, honest interpretation and wide repertoire, ranging from baroque to modern music. In addition to giving concerts with many famous orchestras and conductors, Evelina also plays chamber music with various solists and ensembles, and participates in numerous festivals throughout Europe.

Next to being a performing musician, Evelina has as special affinity for teaching the piano. She has built up a busy practice in Amsterdam, where she teaches the piano on all levels, from beginner to advanced, following the methods of the traditional Russian school.


Contact information :

Mobile(+31) (0)6 21 881 681
Emailevelina@xs4all.nl
Official websitehttp://evelinavorontsova.com
Piano lesson sitePianoles Amsterdam


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Recordings

Chopin - Polonaises 
Dvorak - Slavonic Dances 
Kapustin - Preludes in Jazz Style 
Rachmaninov - Etudes-Tableaux 
Scriabin - Preludes