Anna t'Haron

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Anna t'Haron
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Anna Yevdokimova
(Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Background information
Birth nameAnna Yevdokimova
Born (1978-08-06) 6 August 1978 (age 40)
Chimkent, USSR (Kazakh SSR)
GenresArt music
Occupation(s)Pianist, concertmaster, artist, impersonator

Anna t'Haron is a pen name of Anna Yevdokimova (date of birth: 6 August 1978, place of birth: Chimkent (Russian: Чимкент), Kazakh SSR) – a Russian pianist, laureate of the All-Russian and International chamber music and piano-duo competitions. Since 2009 Anna is a grant holder[1] of the "Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds".[2] Also, Anna t'Haron working as an artist, web-designer, and Personator (artist and photographer – restorer, image editor and photo-stylist).

Musical biography[edit]

Anna Yevdokimova was born into a musical family. In 1997 she graduated with honour the Piano Department of the S.I.Taneev Musical College in Kaluga. In 1997–2002 she studied with famous Russian musician and pianist, Prof. Victor Merzhanov at the Moscow Conservatory named P.I. Tchaikovsky. In 2005 Anna graduated with honors (Cum Laude) the Saratov State Conservatory named L.Sobinov (class of Prof. Anatoly Skripay).

In the same 2005 she left for the Netherlands there to continue perfecting her performing mastery. At first in the Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Prof. Naum Grubert[3] and then in ArtEZ Conservatorium Enschede[4] with Prof. Mikhail Markov.[5]

Alongside the saturated concert activity (as a soloist as a chamber music partner with vocalists and instrumentalists) she successfully participated in masters–courses, competitions and different international festivals, such as for example: III All-Russian chamber music and piano-duo competition (Novomoskovsk, Russia, 1997 – Honorary diploma and the competition diploma winner), Almere International Chamber Music Competition (Netherlands, 2007 – Finalist),[6] a concert tour around the Mediterranean countries as a duo "piano-violin" with violinist & duo-partner Ksenia Beltyukova (2007),[7] IV Monographic Rachmaninov International Piano Competition (Moscow, Russia, 2008), "Euregio Musikfestival" (Osnabrück, Germany, 2008),[8] "Val Tidone Summer Camp" (Italy, 2010),[9] etc. The voluminous concert repertoire of pianist Anna Yevdokimova includes works of the all style directions in the Academic Music practically.[10] Furthermore, she has a special circle of the musical preferences (so-called private, individual repertoire) which includes I.S. Bach, C.Ph.E. Bach, Couperin, Rameau, Mozart, Khanon, Skriabin, Satie and Debussy.

Anna recorded several albums, including CDs:
2000–2005 «S. Rachmaninov. Preludes – Etudes-Tableaux" (Preludes Op.23, Etudes-Tableaux Op.33).
2005 – "J.S. Bach. Clavier Concertos" (Clavier Concertos BWV 1052, 1053, 1055, 1056).
2007 – "Sonatas for piano and violin. J. BrahmsE. Elgar" (J.Brahms. Sonata for piano and violin No.3 Op.108; E.Elgar. Sonata for piano and violin Op.82 *violin – Ksenia Beltiukova).[11] Limited edition.
2010 – "Golden Stones" (J.S. Bach "Goldberg-Variationen", BWV 988).[12]

Since 2011 Anna Yevdokimova completely stopped all public performances (concerts, recitals etc.)

Other activities[edit]

Anna Yevdokimova (2007)
(Amsterdam, Netherlands)

As an Artist, Anna t'Haron working in two genres of fine art: Graphics art and her own art direction "multidimensional graphic arts" grounded on the geometry's principles of regular polyhedrons and synthesis of the different fine art's technological ways: from a simple drawing on paper up to a complicated computer-generated image. As an Artist–Personator she participated in decorating books jointly with the author Yuri Khanon: "Two Processes", "The black Alleys"(de:Allee), "Nietzsche contra Khanon", and "Alphonse Who Did Not Exist" (Russian: Альфонс которого не было).[13]


  1. ^ "Anna Yevdokimova, painorecital. 21 Nov. 2010". Archived from the original on 2013-07-13. Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  2. ^ "Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds". Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  3. ^ ""Koffie bij de Piano" – Anna Yevdokimova". De Week Krant. Archived from the original on 2013-09-27. Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  4. ^ "ArtEZ hogeschool voor de kunsten". ArtEZ Conservatorium Enschede. Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  5. ^ "Anna Yevdokimova. Pianistin". Euregio Musikfestival. Archived from the original on 27 September 2013. Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  6. ^ "Internationaal Kamermuziek Concours". Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  7. ^ "Virtuositeit met diepgang. 4 Nov. 2007". 't Mosterdzaadje. Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  8. ^ ""Euregio Musikfestival" – Rachmaninow Nacht, 16. Mai 2009". Euregio Musikfestival. Archived from the original on 27 September 2013. Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  9. ^ "Val Tidone Summer Camp". Fondazione Val Tidone Musica. Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  10. ^ "Anna Yevdokimova. Official site – "Repertoire"". Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  11. ^ "Biografie. Ksenia Beltiukova. Discografie". Vademecum Kamermuziek. Archived from the original on 28 September 2013. Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  12. ^ "Anna Yevdokimova. Official site – "Audio" (few tracks from the album "Golden Stones")". Retrieved 2013-09-25.
  13. ^ [1] // "Alfons kotorogo ne bylo" (in Russian)

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