BIOGRAPHY MOSCOW CONSERVATORY
Source: Moscow Conservatory
Tatyana Nikolaeva (Tarasevich)
Years of work: 1959 - 1988
Born: May 4, 1924, Mr. Bezhitsa Bryansk region. Died: November 23, 1993, San Francisco, USA.
Pianist, teacher and composer.
She graduated from the Moscow Conservatory Alexander Borisovich, taught piano playing in Bezhitsa. Originally
trained Nikolaev my mother, in 1937-41 years. - At the Central Music School in Goldenveizer (at the same time
began to compose music). Entered the Moscow Conservatory in 1942, left for evacuation in Saratov. In 1944
returned to Moscow in 1947 graduated with honors from the Conservatory in 1950 - postgraduate study at her.
Concurrently., In 1943-50 studied composition theory first at VY Shabalin, then - the EK Golubeva (graduated with
honors). Due to difficult financial situation of the family was forced to work in the Supreme concertmaster
voennnyh bandmasters School (1943-45) and in the Central Music School (1945 - 46).
In 1942 gave the first solo concert soloist with the Moscow Philharmonic in 1945. As distinguished pianist excellent
technique, varied touch, beauty of sound, monumentality Performing treatments, a tendency to cyclic forms. Her
repertoire was huge and included all the clavier works by Bach ("The Well-Tempered Clavier", "Art of the Fugue", all
Toccata, Partita, "Goldberg Variations", French and English Suites, clavier concerts), 32 piano sonatas and 5
concerts for piano and orchestra by Beethoven, works by D. Scarlatti, VA Mozart, Schubert, Chopin, Schumann,
Liszt, Brahms, Bartók, Hindemith, IF Stravinsky's 24 Preludes SV Rachmaninoff, 10 piano sonatas AN Scriabin
Sonatas SS Prokofiev, NY Myaskovsky, Golubeva. The first (after the author) performer 24 Preludes and Fugues DD
Shostakovich (1952). From 1942 to 1993 he played more than 3000 concerts, performing over 1000 works by 74
authors. Devoted pianist "Slavic Concert" BN Liatoshynsky Third Concerto for Piano and Orchestra Golubeva,
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra AY Eshpaja Sonatas An.A. Alexandrov et al Nikolaeva recorded over 50 LPs and
20 CDs ("Melody" and a number of foreign firms).
Since 1959 she taught at the Moscow Conservatory at the Department of Special Piano (from 1985 Head of
Department). Among students: A. Batagov, Evseeva M., T. Levitin, N. Lugansky, V. Lyadov, V. Petrushin, M.
Petukhov, T. Pikayzen, S. Senkov, B. Shagdaron, G. Shirinskaya, O.Yablonskaya, G. Torm (Hungary).
Source: I. In Karpinski. Nikolaeva TP / / Moscow Conservatory from its origins to the present day. 1866-2006.
Biographical Encyclopedic Dictionary. M., 2007. S. 382.
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