Hometown: Sochi, Russia
Web site: http://liudmilageorgievskaya.com/
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Russian pianist Liudmila Georgievskaya has performed in Russia, Italy, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, France, England, Hungary, Panama, and in the United States.
She has also taken part in several European music festivals, and had performances broadcast on radio and television programs in Russia, Uzbekistan, Italy, and Vatican City. She has appeared as soloist with the Dubna Symphony Orchestra (Russia), Turkeston Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan, Concert Artists of Baltimore, Meadows Symphony Orchestra, Garland Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Arlington, and Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra.
Liudmila won numerous awards in national and international piano competitions, including top prizes at the J.S. Bach Piano Competition in Kiev (Ukraine, 1987), Adilia Alieva International Piano Competition in Gaillard, Rrance, Twenty-Twenty Music Competition at Hartford University in Connecticut, and in Italy at the competitions Premio Ars Nova, Città di Valentino, Giulio Rospigliosi, Riviera Etrusca, A.Gi.Mus, Domenico Scarlatti, Pino Torinese, Rami Musicali, Lia Tortora, and Benedetto XIII Piano Prize (2003-2007). She was a winner at the SMU Concerto Competition in Dallas as well as at the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition in Baltimore.
Ms. Georgievskaya graduated in 2001 from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Honors Diploma in piano performance, piano pedagogy, chamber music, and accompaniment. In 2008, she completed her post-graduate in piano performance at the Santa Cecilia National Music Academy in Rome.
After being awarded with a Meadows Artistic Scholarship, she moved to Dallas she received Artist Certificate at Southern Methodist University under the guidance of acclaimed pianist Joaquín Achúcarro, where she is currently on faculty.
The Daniel Pearl Foundation has designated the Lewisville Lake Symphony International Chamber Series event on October 12th featuring pianist Liudmila Georgievskaya as a World Music Days event in a continuing annual tradition.
"Harmony for Humanity" is the theme of Daniel Pearl World Music Days, a global network of concerts that use music to diminish hatred, respect differences, and reach out in friendship to all mankind. Music, as the universal language, is a bridge that brings people of all backgrounds together, and we again join the celebration with this performance.
Lewisville Lake Symphony is proud to be a part of the World Music Days tradition.
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