About Natalya


Dr. Natalia Andreeva            

BMus, MMus, PhD

Lecture in Piano   Sydney Conservatorium of Music     

Natalya Andreeva was born in Leningrad (nowadays called St Petersburg), Russia.

At the age of six, she entered the Musical School in Saint Petersburg. Five years later, she became a student of a concert pianist Andrey Xoteev (an assistant to Professor Lev Naumov).

In 1990, she entered the Rimskiy-Korsakov Musical College. After a four year program, she received qualification as a piano teacher and piano accompanist.

In 1996, she entered the State Conservatorium of Music. After successful completion of this program in 2001, she received qualification (Red Diploma-Highest Distinction) as a solo concert pianist, pianist in chamber ensemble, piano teacher and a piano accompanist.

After her graduation, she commenced work as a piano teacher and accompanist at the University of Culture and Arts, at the Institute “School of Russian Drama” and at the Institute of Decorative and Applied Arts.

Natalya has also performed regularly in St Petersburg and Moscow as a solo pianist and with a number of different chamber groups.

In 2004, she was invited to perform a solo recital at the Calvary Church, North Charlotte, USA. In 2006, she received a Fulbright grant for a one year, non-degree program in Piano Performance at the Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois, USA. During her career, Natalya has recorded three professional CDs at the recording studio “Melodiya” in St Petersburg.

Natalia’s new solo Album is released very soon on 30th Oct. 2015

(Complete Piano works by Galina Ustvolskaya and pubisher Divine Art Ltd).

CD flyer

Natalia had her solo program recorded at the ABC that went on air in April 2009.

She completed her PHD in 2013 and holding a position of Lecture in Piano at The Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

She also teachers at the Conservatourium open Academy: Rising Stars and Junior Programs

Natalia is running her private studio in The Sutherland Shire – Miranda.

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