Tatiana Kolesova (piano) ,
Tatiana Kolesova was born in Moscow in 1985 and currently is a graduate student of Moscow State Conservatory P.I. Tchaikovsky in piano class (prof. A.A. Nasedkina) and chamber ensemble class (prof. T.A. Alikhanov).
She repeatedly became the winner of major international piano competitions: in Leeds (UK), Piano-e-competition (Minneapolis, USA), UNISA (Pretoria, South Africa), Grieg Concours (Oslo, Norway), Arthur Rubinstein (Tel Aviv, Israel), in Sydney (Australia) and many others. As a member of «Con Spirito» trio Tatiana was awarded first prize in the Open Competition of N. Rubinstein Chamber Ensembles (Moscow) and in the «Vibrarte» International Competition (Paris). The pianist is also a laureate of the Russian President Prize (1997) and was awarded for scholarship of the Order of the Legion of Honor (France) playing a recital to celebrate its 200th anniversary in Geneva (2002).
Tatiana constantly performs in Russia, Italy, Spain, Poland, Great Britain, Switzerland, France, Germany, Israel, Norway, Morocco and Australia, including famous music forums such as festivals in Northern Aldborough (UK), Encuentro de Musica (Santander, Spain), «Young Talents of Russia» (Kazan, Almetyevsk, Kursk, Kemerovo, Samara , Lipetsk, etc.), «Grieg festival» (Oslo, Hannover), Nathan Rachlin' 100th anniversary (Kazan), «Eilat Piano Festivities» (Eilat, Israel), «Young talents of Europe» (Paris), Ars Longa (Moscow), «Klassik und Jazz» (Engelberg, Switzerland), Chopin Festival in Duzhnikov Zdroj (Poland) and December Nights (Moscow).
Pianist collaborates with orchestras in Russia (Moscow State Symphony Orchestra with Pavel Kogan, Russian National Orchestra, Yaroslavl and Kazan Philharmonics, Russian Camerata), and in other countries (Birmingham City Orchestra with Sir Simon Rattle, symphony orchestras of Winnipeg, Minnesota and Sydney, philharmonic orchestras of Israel and Morocco, with chamber orchestras of Israel, South Africa, and with Orchestre National d'Ile de France).
T. Kolesova has recorded for radio and television of Russia, Poland, Italy, Great Britain, Switzerland, Israel, Australia, as well as studio recording of works by Taneyev, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev, published under the title «Russian Virtuoso Music».