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“A breathtaking artist!” Diapason
“Classy!” The New-York Times
"She is talented, of course, but much more” Grand Piano

Anastasya Terenkova performs piano compositions by Scarlatti, Chopin, Liszt and Mussorgsky at the Saint-Christophe Church of Bénerville-sur-Mer. An elegant and perfectly executed performance followed by a cocktail held at the Bénerville-sur-Mer Town Hall.


Chopin Mazurkas op 24. n 2
Scarlatti Sonata K 24
Chopin Mazurka Op.17 n 4
Scarlatti Sonata K 141
Chopin Nocturne Op 9 n 1
Chopin Waltz Op 70
Chopin Nocturnes Op 9 n 3
Chopin Waltz Op 34 n 3 "Valse brillante"

Liszt Forgotten Waltz n.1
Liszt Rigoletto Paraphrase

Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition"


Born in Moscow, Anastasya started taking classes of piano at the age of six entering the famous Moscow Gnessin's Special Music School for Gifted Children. She was accepted to the Paris National Superior Conservatory of Music and Dance, where she was unanimously first appointed for the first edition of the “Performing Artist” PhD.
Anastasya gained several international piano contests, including the prestigious 2010 “Gawon” International Music Award.
She participated to several radio and television programs, in particular on France Musique and France 3, and regularly performs in France: Musée d’Orsay, Louvre Auditorium, Champs-Elysées Theatre, Cité de la Musique, Salle Cortot, Saint-Louis des Invalides or Mogador Theatre.
She is often invited to Italy, Germany, Russia, Spain, Southern Africa, the United States and South Korea. But also to renowned international festivals, such as "Le Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo" held in Monaco, "International Keyboard Institute and Festival" in New York, "Myra Hess Concert Series" in Chicago, "Manasterly Palace" concert series in El Cairo, "Les Solistes aux Serres d'Auteuil" in Paris, "Festival de musique de Menton" or "Festival Piano aux Jacobins" in Toulouse.
In 2016 Anastasya was invited by the Hollywood actor John Malkovich to perform together on stage in “Report on the Blind”, combining the concerto for piano and strings by Alfred Schittke with the narration of Ernesto Sabato’s novel titled "On heroes and tombs".


Base rate : 25,00€


Concert, Recital

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