We look forward to hearing Nadya’s WACIDOM lunchtime piano concert on Saturday 18th March. She will be playing:
Friderik Chopin – Ballade No.1 op.23 in G minor
Friderik Chopin – Nocturne No.1 op.48 in C minor
Robert Schumann – Fantasie in C major op.17 (3mvts)
Nadya Kisseleva was born in Crimea, where she began learning the piano at four and received her first Mayor’s
scholarship during her school years there. First recital Nadya performed when she was six.
She took part in multiple international piano competitions and was awarded many prizes (Vladimir Horowitz” in Kiev (1st prize), “Sergei Prokofiev’s Native Land” Ukraine (1st prize), “Vladimir Krajnev (3rd prize, Ukraine) and others. After winning 2nd prize in the International Television Piano Contest “Nutcracker”, she was invited to the “Central Music School (college) of Moscow State P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory” to continue her education. Nadya took part in numerous concerts, master classes and festivals. She has collaborated with incredible musicians as Sergei Babayan, Norma Fisher, Dmitri Bashkirov, Philippe Cassard, Jin Ju, Vladimir Feltsman and others. In 2012 Nadya had graduated from the Central Music School and entered The Gnessin Russian Academy of Music to join the class of professor Vladimir Tropp. In 2016 she graduated from The Gnessin Academy and was o8ered a place with a full scholarship in RNCM in Manchester where she is currently studying with professor Graham Scott. Recently Nadya has been awarded by Tillet Trust & Collin Keer Trust in London (2017).
Nadya has a rich concert life and already performed in major concert halls such as Steinway Hall (USA); Opera Garnier (Monaco); Salle Gaveau (France); The Great Hall and Small of Moscow Conservatory (Russia); Rector’s Palace in Dubrovnik (Croatia); The DiMenna Center for Classical Music (New York, USA) and many others