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Tatiana Dardykina
piano
Saturday, 17th March 2012
7.45pm
Cosy Hall
PROGRAMME
Liszt .......................................From 'Years of Pilgrimage' (Italy) Petrarch Sonnet 123
Chopin ....................................Polonaise-Fantaisie Op. 61
..............................................Novellette Op. 21 N8 in F# minor
Rachmaninov ...........................2 Musical Moments from Op. 16 : n3 in B minor and n4 E minorBeethoven ..............................Sonata Op. 27 N1 in E flat major

Schumann ...............................Romance Op. 28 N2 in F# major

Mozart ...................................Fantasy in C minor K396


Tatiana DardykinaBorn in Moscow, Tatiana graduated with Distinction from P.I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatoire, where she studied with professor Alexander Mndoyants, eminent pianist and teacher, prize-winner of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. While studying in Moscow Tatiana has been a 2nd prize winner of Nicolai Rubinstein International Piano Competition in Paris (2004) and gained the Top prize and a number of Special prizes of the Grand Konzerteum International Piano Competition in Greece (2004) among others. Tatiana has participated in several master classes, including master course of French music with Chantal Stigliani in Paris (2005) and in London Master Classes with Norma Fisher (2006); in the latter she has been selected as a representative of the piano section at the final concert in the Dukes Hall of the Royal Academy of Music. She has played solo recitals in Greece, France, USA and throughout Russia.

After moving to UK in 2007, Tatiana has completed with Distinction both the Advanced Postgraduate Diploma course (2008) and the Master of Music course (2009) in Birmingham Conservatoire, studying with professors Malcolm Wilson, Mark Racz, John Humphreys and more recently John Thwaites. She has appeared in master classes with Peter Donohoe, Martin Jones and Stephen Hough in Birmingham Symphony Hall among others. She has won numerous Conservatoire Prizes: the Symphony Hall Prize, Beryl Chempin Beethoven Prize, Doris Newton Music Club Prize, Renna Kellaway Piano Recital Prize and the Piano Prize.

Tatiana has also won the 2nd prize of the International Piano Competition FLAME in Paris followed by the 2nd prize of the Robert Williams and Florence Amy Brant International Pianoforte Competition in Birmingham. She is a winner of the Leamington Music Prize' 2010. Her recent appearances included recitals at the prestigious Buxton Festival, Birmingham Town Hall, Harlaxton Summer Music Festival in Harlaxton Manor, Kidderminster Music Society, Shakespeare Institute in Stratford-upon-Avon, Churchill College in Cambridge, P.I. Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatoire. Her recent concerto collaborations have included performances with David Curtis and Orchestra of the Swan as well as John Lubbock. Tatiana is devoted to playing in chamber groups too - she has recently appeared at the Spring Sounds International Music Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon with a Schumann Quintet performance with Orchestra of the Swan musicians and a solo recital celebrating the bicentennary of Chopin and Schumann. The season was continued by the Leamington Prize Winners concert and there are more exciting engagements to come.

 

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