An Afternoon with Natalia Lisanova
Organ & Piano Concert
Saturday, July 13
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Free Will Offering
Natalia Lisanova is 16 years old and lives in St. Petersburg, Russia. She began to play the piano when she was 2 y.o. She is a student of a special music school, which is a part of the Saint Petersburg’s State Conservatory. Her teacher is well-known pianist, Peter Laul.
Natalia regularly performs in concerts. She has played with the Children hall of Philharmonic orchestra several times, and this the Tavricheskaya Capella’s and CreatoProject Orchestra. Natalia performed in Mariinsky Theatre big stage, Mariinsky Theatre Schedrin’s hall, Saint Petersburg’s Academy Capella, Saint Petersburg’s Children hall of Philharmonic, Composer house, Sheremetevskiy Palace, Russian Institute of art’s history, Marble palace, Chamber hall of Moscow’s international house of music, Vologda’s Philharmonic, Piano gallery Auer in München, Rimskiy-Korsakov’s museum in Tikhvin, Vechascha and others.
Natalia was invited twice as a participant in a Russian president’s educational program at “Sirius” center in Sochi, opened for talented children. She took part in the following international youth piano competitions: 4th Manhattan International Music Competition 2019 (USA), Golden medal winner, “Clavis Bavaria 2018” (Germany), Reichersbeuern, first prize winner, “Clavis Saint Petersburg 2017” (Russia) second prize winner, “Cup of Art-Premium” Saint Petersburg (Russia) 2016, first prize winner,
“Bartolomeo Christofory” Saint-Petersburg (Russia) 2014, first prize winner, “Young talents with orchestra” Barlassina (Italy) 2013, second prize winner, “Window to the Europe” Saint-Petersburg (Russia) 2012, first prize winner.
Natalia participated in masterclasses of well-known musicians, such as: A. Strucov, K. Knorre, Y. Bogdanov, I. Schneerova (Russia), M.Schneidt, G. Grusman (Germany), Daniela Müller, T. Fiuri (Switzerland), I. Tarum (Estonia)
In addition, she is an active participant of programs of International charitable foundation by Vladimir Spivakov (world-famous Russian conductor).