Anna Malikova

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Anna Malikova
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Background information
Birth nameAnna Malikova
Born14 July 1965 (1965-07-14) (age 53)[1]
Tashkent, Uzbekistan, USSR[1]
GenresClassical
Occupation(s)Pianist
InstrumentsPiano
Years active1993-present
LabelsACOUSENCE
Linn Records
Farao Classics
Classical Records
Associated actsAustralian Chamber Orchestra
Bavarian Radio Orchestra
Oslo Philharmonic
Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
Websitewww.malikova.com

Anna Malikova (born 14 July 1965 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan)[1] is a Russian pianist.

Life[edit]

Malikova was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan,[1] where she received her first musical education with Tamara A. Popovich at Uspensky Music School. At the age of 14 years she entered Central Music School in Moscow in the class of Lev Naumov. Later, she continued her studies with Naumov at Tchaikovsky Conservatory. After her graduation she taught at the conservatory as Naumov’s assistant from 1992 until 1996. Her career started afterwards, first in the Soviet Union. Today she lives both in Krefeld/Germany and Vienna/Austria

Performances[edit]

She played recitals in Moscow, Leningrad, Omsk, Baku and with orchestras in Ekaterinburg, Minsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan and Tashkent. After winning the 1st Prize at ARD Competition Munich she began to perform worldwide. Today she plays in recitals and with orchestra, gives master classes and judges in competitions in Armenia, China, Europe, Japan, Korea, and South America. From 2002 until 2005 she was substitute professor at Folkwang University in Essen, Germany, and from 2011 until 2013 visiting professor at Szymanowski Academy in Katowice, Poland. In October 2018 Anna Malikova was appointed distinguished professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Awards and competitions[edit]

Recordings[edit]

Classical Records[4]
  • Frederic Chopin, Mazurkas, Ballads, Walzes, Andante Spianato
  • Frederic Chopin, the two piano concertos; Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino, Julian Kovatchev
  • Frederic Chopin, integral Préludes and Impromptus
  • Frederic Chopin, integral Etudesop. 10, op. 25, op. posth.
  • Franz Schubert, sonata A major D 664, sonata B flat major D 960
  • Franz Schubert, Lieder-Arrangements by Franz Liszt
  • Dmitri Schostakowitsch, Préludes op. 28, Phantastic Dances, Puppet Dances
  • Padre Antonio Soler, 19 selected sonatas
  • Sergei Prokofiev, Sarcasmen op. 17, Visions fugitives op. 22, Romeo & Julia op. 75
Audite Musikproduktion[5]
  • Camille Saint-Saëns, integral piano concertos I - V (Doppel-CD); WDR Radio-Symphony Orchestra Cologne, con. Thomas Sanderling
Farao Classics[6]
  • Peter Tchaikowsky, Ballet Suites Sleeping Beauty and Nutcracker, Children's Album
ACOUSENCE[7]
  • Johannes Brahms, piano concerto no. 2; Duisburg Philharmonic, con. Jonathan Darlington
  • Alexander Scriabin, integral piano sonatas I - X
  • Robert Schumann & Dmitri Shostakovich, the piano quintets; with Belenus Quartet

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Anna Malikowa". Fryderyk Chopin - Information Centre. Retrieved February 25, 2014.
  2. ^ "Past Competitions". The Sydney International Piano Competition of Australia. Archived from the original on October 29, 2008. Retrieved February 25, 2014.
  3. ^ www.ClassicsToday.com
  4. ^ Classical Records
  5. ^ audite Musikproduktion
  6. ^ Farao Classics
  7. ^ ACOUSENCE records

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