Internationally renowned Russian pianist Violetta Egorova is on the forefront of a new generation of young keyboard artists who are making the world their home.
Winner of many international competitions such as G. Viotti in Vercelly (Italy), Gina Bachayer in Salt Lake City, UT (USA), Alessandro Casagrande in Terni (Italy), Sigizmund Thalberg in Naples (Italy), and the International Music Competition in Vienna (Austria), Ms. Egorova has performed in some of the most famous concert halls in the United States, Italy, France, Switzerland, Turkey, Egypt, Monaco, Russia, and China.
In 1991, while still studying under Professor L. N. Naymov at the P.Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, Art and Electronics a joint Russian-American recording enterprise honored Ms. Egorovas talent by recording a CD with the music of Mozart and Prokofiev in celebration of the anniversary of those two composers birth. Furthermore, Ms. Egorova has recorded several CDs under the various labels, such as Universal Music & V., Teichiku Records and has been featured on radio and television broadcasts in Italy, Turkey, Canada, Egypt, Ecuador, France, and Russia.
Ms. Egorova is a regular guest artist with many renowned ensembles such as the State Academic Orchestra of Russia, Utah Symphony Orchestra, the chamber orchestra Kremlin, Orchestra del Festival Pianistiñî Internazionale di Bergamo e Brescia, Orchestra Sinfonica di Perogia, Cairo Symphony Orchestra, Moscow State Symphonic Orchestra, as well as the orchestra 'Young Russia', and has played under the direction of Pavel Kogan, Joseph Silverstain, Arnold Katz, Epifanio Comis, Mark Gorenstein, Juliano Silvery, Urij Tsuruk, Ahmed AlSaedy, Augustino Orizio, Constantine Orbeljan, and Misha Rahlevsky.
She has also appeared at international musical festivals in Spoletto 'Del Due Mondi' and Sermonette 'Pontino di Musica' (Italy), 'Sanat Haber in Istanbul (Turkey), as well as 'Music of 20th Century', Christmas at the Kremlin and 'Russian Winter' in Moscow (Russia), among others.
V. Egorova is a teacher of Piano High Specialization Courses at the Accademia Pianistica Siciliana of Catania.
Ms. Egorovas pianistic repertoire encompasses a wide variety of eras and styles, from concertos and solo monographic works by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, and Liszt to those by contemporary composers. Through her well-established relationship with Vladimir Markovich, Eva Gosser, Nina Kotova, Vladislav Bezrukoff, Robin Meyforf, Anna Kruger, Astrid Shvinn, Lark String Quartet and other musicians, Ms. Egorova has also built a reputation as world-class chamber musician.