“A sharp, inquisitive mind shaping the performance […] it makes for an involving, energizing experience” (The Guardian)

  “Authoritative, expressive performances” (Dallas Morning News)

 “Thoughtful interpretations, convincing and sincere” (Pravda Vostoka)

Russian pianist Liudmila Georgievskaya has performed as a recitalist in Russia, Italy, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, France, England, Hungary, Panama, and in the United States.

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She has appeared as soloist with the Dubna Symphony Orchestra (Russia), Turkeston Symphony Orchestra (Uzbekistan), National Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan, and with some American orchestras, including Meadows Symphony Orchestra, Irving Symphony Orchestra, and Concert Artists of Baltimore.

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Also an avid performer of chamber music and contemporary music, she is a member of the Verlaine Trio and the principal pianist of Voices of Change, one of the most distinguished new music ensembles in the United States.

She won first prizes in numerous national and international piano competitions all over the world, most recently at the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition (Baltimore, MD) organized by the American Liszt Society.

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Ms. Georgievskaya worked as a soloist for the Moscow Regional Philharmonic Organization (Russia, 2001 – 2005), for which she gave numerous recitals in the Moscow region. Since 2004, she has been soloist of the Moscow International Philharmonic Organization of Classical Music.

An adherent of the Russian piano school, she studied in Moscow with Tatiana Galitskaya and Liudmila Roschina, both former students of the legendary Russian pianist and composer Samuil Feinberg. In 2001, she graduated from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory cum laude.

In 2008 she completed a post-graduate course in piano performance at the Santa Cecilia National Music Academy in Rome, Italy, where in three years she gave more than fifty recitals throughout the country.

After being awarded with a Meadows Artistic Scholarship, she received the Artist Certificate under the guidance of acclaimed pianist Joaquín Achúcarro at Southern Methodist University (2010).

Ms. Georgievskaya is also an active and devoted teacher. She assisted Professor Olga Larchenko in her piano class for gifted young pianists at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory (2000 – 2005). In Italy, she taught piano at the Anton Rubinstein Music School in Rome and at the Fortuna Music School in Palestrina (2005 – 2008). She has given piano and chamber music masterclasses in Uzbekistan (Tashkent), Italy (Roana), Hungary (Debrecen), and in the United States (Dallas and Lewisville, TX). Several of her students entered prestigious music institutions and received awards in piano competitions.

She is currently on faculty at Southern Methodist University. At the same time she is working towards her Doctorate in Piano Performance with Dr. Pamela Mia Paul at University of North Texas, where she is also a teaching fellow in piano and chamber music.

Her first solo CD with music by Beethoven and Schumann was released in December 2013 for Odradek Records and is now available in shops and on Amazon, iTunes, Classical Archives, eMusic and others.