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Tatiana A. Zenaishvili, Ph.D.
 
En Estudios sobre el Arte, Profesor Asociado del Conservatorio Tchaikovsky, Moscú
 

TATIANA A. ZENAISHVILI, Ph.D.

in Art Studies, Associate Professor

Tchaikowsky State Conservatory, Moscow

Bolshaya Nikitskaia 13, Moscow, Russia Phone: + 7 916 6718818 E-mail: zenaishvili@hotmail.com http://mosconsv.ru/en/person.aspx?id=8823

 

Performing experience

 

· 2016 Arts Director, Soloist and Producer of the first Baroque festival «Pirouette of Baroque or Extravagancy of Genius – FROBERGER, HANDEL, BACH», Atrium Tsaritsyno-Museum, Moscow

· 2014-2016 Solo harpsichord and organ recitals, master-classes Moscow, Kazan, Ekaterinbourg

· 2010 Arts Director and Producer of the «Bravo, Harpsichord» Festival of harpsichord music, Moscow

· 2000-present Soloist and Producer of the Concert series «Anthology of Keyboard Music» and «Baroque Silhouettes», Harpsichord, organ and clavichord solo recitals, Moscow Conservatoire

· 1998-present Soloist, Producer, Lecture. «Salon de Сlavecin», solo harpsichord recitals, Glinka Central State Museum of Musical Culture, Moscow

· 1999-present Soloist, Producer, Lecturer. Radio recitals and programs for Radio Rossiya, Orpheus Radio

· 2002-2006 Soloist and member. Catherine the Great Chamber Orchestra, St. Petersburg

· 2004-2005 Soloist and member of an ensemble. 7th and 8th International EARLY MUSIC Festivals, Moscow State Conservatory in affiliation with St. Petersburg Philharmonic

· Solo recitals with St. Petersburg baroque orchestra in Wigmore Hall, London, UK

· Solo recital and recital with counter-tenor Michael Chance, UK

Some other recitals

· 2000 Harpsichord and organ (solo), Evanston, Chicago, IL and Rochester, MN

· 2000 Harpsichord (solo) and chamber music recitals with flautist Susan Kutertan, Eastminster Church, Toronto

· 1992-1993 Soloist (organ and harpsichord) in Baroque and Chamber Music recitals La Salle Corto, Paris, France; Forum Atrium, Osnabrück, Germany; Academie Musicale de Villecroze, Provence, France; Centro de Estudos de Musica Barocca, Porto, Portugal.

· 1990 Solo and chamber music recitals, Organ Festival, Gotenborg, Sweden

· 1980-1994 Piano, Organ, and Harpsichord recitals, Portugal, Germany, France, Sweden, Poland, Czech Republic, former USSR

Published recordings

· Yuriy Butsko Polyphonic Concerto, CD, Performers Tatiana Zenaishvili, Lyubov Shishkhanova, Yulia Tikhonova, Aleksandr Kulikov.© Russkiy Dom – Yaroslavl’ , 2011

· XVIIIth Century Harpsichord Music, CD, Performer Tatiana Zenaishvili, © Glinka State Central Museum of Musical Culture, 2001

· Italian harpsichordists in XVIIIth century Russia, CD, Performer Tatiana Zenaishvili,© Glinka State Central Museum of Musical Culture, 2007

Teaching experience

· 1994-present Professor of harpsichord, Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow

· 2002-2006 Professor of harpsichord and organ, Smol’ny Institute of Free Arts and Sciences, St. Petersburg State University/Bard College, NY

· 2000 Professor of harpsichord, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

· 2000 Master-classes in Evanston, Chicago, Rochester, Toronto, Moscow, St. Petersburg

· 1993-1994 Teaching Assistant Ecole Normale de Musique (Paris) and Concervatoire Claude Debussy (Paris)

 

Education and research

· 1997 Ph.D. in Arts Studies, Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow Thesis: Organ compositions of Johann Pachelbel: Problems of Style and Performance Interpretation

· 1994 Prix d'Excellence in harpsichord and basso continuo, Ecole Nationale de Musique, Bobigny

· 1992-1994 Four time recipient of Premier Prix in harpsichord and chamber music, Conservatoire Municipal Claude Debussy, Paris

· 1988-1991 Postgraduate studies in Organ, Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow

· 1981-1987 Professional Degree of Higher Education (Piano, Organ, and Chamber Music) with Honors, Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow

· 1977-1981 Vocational Education Diploma (Piano) with Highest Honors, Music College of the Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow

· 1992-1994 Participated in Master classes with: Huguette Dreyfus (Paris) Michel Chapuis (Paris) Bob van Asperen (Amsterdam) Harald Vogel (Hanover) Felipe Nabuco-Silvestre (Porto)

Other awards and achievements

· 1994-present Invitation from Glinka State Museum to perform concert series on a harpsichord made in 1766 by Shudi

· 1999-2000 Fulbright grant from the Department of State of the United States of America

· 1991-1995 Scholarship from the Foundation des Treilles: Centre D’Études du Bassin Méditerraneen, Schlumberger Foundation

 

 

List of publications: in Russian.

 

1. On Sources of Johann Pachelbel’s Keyboard Music. Об источниках клавирной музыки Иоганна Пахельбеля. // Журнал «Музыка и время», № 9, М., 2013, С. 56-61.

2. Regarding the History of the Early Keyboard Instruments: the clavichord in the time of Johann Pachelbel. К истории старинных клавишных инструментов: особенности клавикорда эпохи Иоганна Пахельбеля. // Вестник Московской консерватории, №2, 2012, С. 100-111.

3. A few speciality from the history of German keyboard suite of the 17th-century Некоторые подробности из истории немецкой клавесинной сюиты XVII века. // Fioretti musicali: Материалы научной конференции в честь Инны Алексеевны Барсовой – М.: Научно-издательский центр «Московская консерватория», 2011, С. 57-66.

4. Keyboard Historical Practice: the problem of an Appropriate Instrument and the Concept of the 17th-century German Harpsichord. Клавишное историческое исполнительство: проблема «правильного» инструмента и загадка немецкого клавесина XVII века. // Журнал «Музыка и время», № 8, М., 2011, С. 9-14.

5. Harpsichord or Clavichord: What does Georg Simon Löhlein Recommend to Practice on? Клавесин или клавикорд?: методические предпочтения Георга Симона Лелейна. // Вестник Московской консерватории, №2, 2011, С. 191-201.

6. Music Baroque Composition: an Attempt of Rhetoric Analysis. Тайны композиций музыки барокко: опыт риторического анализа. // Журнал «Музыка и время», № 6, М., 2011, С. 23-29.

7. Baroque Clavier and Keyboard technique: historical approach. Клавишные инструменты барокко и клавирная техника: исторический подход. // Журнал «Музыковедение», №1, 2011, С. 24-30.

8. Virtual Encounter between Pachelbel and Buxtehude: from the history of Keyboard Suite. Пахельбель и Букстехуде: «несостоявшаяся встреча» (из истории клавирной сюиты). // Журнал «Музыковедение», №7, 2010, Москва, С. 8-14.

9. Hexachordum Apollinis by Johann Pachelbel. «Гексахорд Аполлона» Иоганна Пахельбеля. // Журнал «Музыковедение», №10, 2009, С. 2-6.

10. Uncovered Organ Manuscript by Louis Couperin sheds light on his significance for Keyboard Music. Обретенные шедевры Луи Куперена: из истории клавирных жанров. // Журнал «Музыковедение», №6, 2009, Москва, С. 13-20.

 

And numerous other publication in Russian

 

11. Работа над регистровкой и артикуляцией в органных сочинениях Пахельбеля: учебное пособие. – М.: Научно-издательский центр «Московская консерватория», 2008. – 24с.

12. История клавесинного искусства: программа-конспект. – М., 2008. – 44с.

13. Центральная Германия: Династия Кригеров, Иоганн Каспар Фердинанд Фишер, Иоганн Пахельбель, Иоганн Кунау. // Из истории мировой органной культуры XVI-XX веков. Учебное пособие. Москва, 2007, С.144-175.

14. Темперация (в соавторстве с М. Распутиной) // Из истории мировой органной культуры XVI-XX веков. Учебное пособие. Москва, 2007, С.299-313.

15. Задачи курса «История и теория клавесинного искусства» в совершенствовании профессиональной подготовки и методики обучения инструменталистов в сфере исполнительства на клавишно-струнных инструментах. // Вопросы совершенствования профессиональной подготовки педагога – музыканта. Сборник научных трудов МПГУ. Вып. 13. М., 2006, С. 58-62.

16. Специфика работы пианиста в процессе освоения навыков игры на клавесине и методико-технологические аспекты перехода с фортепиано на струнно-щипковые клавишные инструменты. // Вопросы совершенствования профессиональной подготовки педагога – музыканта. Сборник научных трудов МПГУ. Вып. 13, М., 2006, С. 72-76.

17. Учебник для органистов или Загадка «Веймарской Табулатуры» (к 300-летию со дня смерти Иоганна Пахельбеля 1653-1706). // Журнал «Старинная музыка», №№ 1-2 (31-32), Москва, 2006, С. 16-20.

18. Возвращение клавикорда (из истории клавирного искусства) // Вопросы совершенствования профессиональной подготовки педагога – музыканта. Сборник научных трудов МПГУ. Вып. 12, М., 2005, С. 3-13.

19. Клавесин эпохи И. С. Баха и «Гольдберг – вариации» на английском типе клавесина XVIII века. // Журнал «Старинная музыка» №№ 1-2 (27-28), М., 2005, С. 8-15.

20. Артикуляция в органных сочинениях Пахельбеля // Проблемы стиля и интерпретации музыки барокко: Научные труды МГК. Сборник 32. М.: Московская государственная консерватория им. П. И. Чайковского, 2001, С. 92-99.

21. Венские автографы И. Я. Фробергера 1649 и 1656 годов: итальянское и французское влияния, стиль и нотации, исполнение и инструментарий // Старинная музыка: Практика. Аранжировка. Реконструкция: Материалы научно-практической конференции. – М.: Прест, 1999, С. 111-117.

22. Французская бестактовая прелюдия: импровизация или интерпретация? // журнал «Музыкальная академия», № 2, М., 1999, С. 115-118.

23. Орган Пахельбеля и проблемы регистровки в современной концертной практике // Музыкальные инструменты и голос в истории исполнительского искусства: Сборник научных трудов. – Москва, МГК им. П. И. Чайковского, 1991.

24. “Магнификат” Пахельбеля: к вопросу о специфике жанра и исполнительской интерпретации. Деп. в НИО Информкультура Российской Гос. Б-ки 29.05.1990, 60с.

Amiran Zenaishvili
 
Pianista Concertista
 

Amiran Zenaishvili

Concert Pianist. zenaishvilia@gmail.com

+44 7842 171870

 

Education:

 

· Royal Academy of Music: MA (September 2017 - )

BMus (First Class Honours, September 2013 - July 2017)

LRAM teaching diploma (Distinction, November 2016).

· Central Music School, Moscow, Secondary Vocational Education Diploma with Highest Honours (2009-2013)

· Moscow Special Gnessin Music School (2000-2009)

 

Principal Study Professors:

 

· Prof. Christopher Elton (2013- )

· Prof. Alexander Mndoyants (2009-2013)

· Prof. Ada Traub (2000-2009)

· Prof. Tatiana Vorobyeva (2000-2009)

 

Masterclasses:

 

· Prof. Felix Andrievsky (London, 2013-2017)

· Prof. Dmitri Bashkirov (Santander, July 2017)

· Prof. Plamena Mangova (Santander, July 2017)

· Prof. Ivan Monighetti (Santander, July 2017)

· Prof. Nicola Benedetti (London, January 2017)

· Prof. Levon Chilingiryan (London, November 2017)

· Prof. Gyorgy Pauk (London, November 2017)

· Prof. Joanna MacGregor OBE (London, September 2016)

· Prof. Michel Beroff (Santander, July 2016)

· Prof. Alexander Rudin (Santander, July 2016)

· Prof. Pascal Nemirovski (London, January 2016)

· Prof. Douglas Humpherys (New York State, USA, July 2012)

Performance Experience:

Festivals:

 

· Encuentro de Musica Festival, Santander, Spain (2017)

· Farley Music Festival, Farley, United Kingdom (2017)

· Encuentro de Musica Festival, Santander, Spain (2016)

· Piano Festival at the Royal Academy of Music, London, UK (2016)

· Romantic Age Festival at the Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead, UK (2015)

 

Most notable solo recitals:

 

· Bechstein Piano Centrum, Hamburg, Germany (2017)

· Remenyi House of Music, Toronto, Canada (2017)

· Tchaikovsky Conservatoire Great Hall (Rubinstein Museum), Moscow, Russia (2017)

· Steinway Hall, London, UK (2016)

· China Exchange Centre, London, UK (2016)

· Private concert in Dublin, Ireland (2015)

· Nordstrand Kirke, Oslo, Norway (2015)

· Wigmore Hall, London, UK (2014)

· St. James’s Piccadilly Church, London, UK (2014)

· Grace Place Church, Chicago, USA (2012)

· Randers Musik Skole, Randers, Denmark (2011)

· Museum of Ancient Glass, Zadar, Croatia (2011)

· Moscow Conservatoire Small Hall, Moscow, Russia (2011)

· Gnessin Academy Great Hall, Moscow, Russia (2009)

· Gallery Victoria, Samara, Russia (2008)

· Music and Time Museum, Yaroslavl, Russia (2006)

 

Orchestral performances:

 

· St. Petersburg Academic Chapel, St. Petersburg Academic Chamber Orchestra, Russia (2007)

· Gnessin Academy Great Hall, Gnessin Virtuosi Orchestra, Russia (2006)

 

Most notable chamber concerts:

 

· Chapel Royal with Margarita Balanas (cello), Brighton, UK (2017)

· Encuentro de Musica Festival with mtra. Isabel Charisius (viola) and mtro. Ivan Monighetti (cello), Santander, Spain (2017)

· Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel, Music Teacher Awards for Excellence ceremony with Aleksandra Li (violin), live-streamed to the ClassicFM Facebook page, London, UK (2017)

· Encuentro de Musica Festival with mtro. Alexander Rudin (cello), Santander, Spain (2016)

· Piano Festival at the Royal Academy of Music with Sean Morgan-Rooney (piano) and Tara Mansfield (soprano), London, UK (2016)

· St. Mary’s Perivale Church with Chieri Tomii (violin), London (2016)

· Leatherhead Methodist Church with Timothy Ridout (viola), Leatherhead, UK (2016)

· Colston Hall piano trio with Roberts Balanas (violin) and William Robertson (cello), Bristol, UK (2015)

· St. James’s Piccadilly Church with Rebecca Robertson (trumpet), London, UK (2015)

 

Awards and Prizes:

 

· Francis Simms Prize, Royal Academy of Music, London, UK (2017)

· Philharmonia Orchestra Fellowship, London, UK (2017)

· Entrance Scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music for postgraduate studies, London, UK (2016)

· Mrs. Doris Ethel Blake Prize, Royal Academy of Music, London, UK (2016)

· Jaques Samuel Intercollegiate Piano Competition, finalist, London, UK (2014)

· Full Entrance Scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music for undergraduate studies, London, UK (2012)

· Special State Scholarship of the Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia (2012)

· Yury Rozum charity foundation scholarship award, Moscow, Russia (2011)

· International Carl Filtsch Piano and Composition Competition, 1st prize, Sibiu, Romania (2011)

· 8th International Balys Dvarionas Competition for Young Pianists and Violinists, Grand Prix Laureate and special prize For the best performance of a Classical composition, Vilnius, Lithuania (2008)

· 6th International Young Pianists Competition Step Towards Mastery, 3rd prize, St.Petersburg, Russia (2007)

· 7th International Valsesia Musica Juniores Competition, 1st prize, Varallo Sesia, Italy (2006)

 

 

Biography:

 

Amiran studied piano since the age of five at the Gnessin Special Music College, Moscow under the guidance of Professors Ada Traub and Tatiana Vorobieva, and has performed publicly from an early age.

In 2003 Amiran performed at Cambridge University, England for the “Young Russian Talents” programme. In 2006 he received Ist Prize at the VIIth Concorso Internazionale Valsesia Musica juniors (Varallo, Italy). In 2007 he made his debut as a soloist with the orchestra of the St. Petersburg State Academic Capella and went on to receive IIIrd Prize at the VIth International Competition “A Step toward Mastery” in St. Petersburg, Russia.

In 2008 Amiran received Grand Prix and special Diploma for the best performance of Classical composition at the VIIIth International Balys Dvarionas Competition for Young Pianists and Violinists in Vilnius, Lithuania.

From 2009 Amiran continued his studies at the Central Music School (College) of Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory as a student of Professor Alexander Mndoyants. In 2011 he was awarded a scholarship by The Yuri Rozum International Charitable Foundation, and in the same year he won Ist Prize at the International Carl Filtsch competition in Hermannstadt, Romania. In September 2012 he was awarded a special scholarship from the Government of the Russian Federation. In June 2013 he graduated from the Central Music School with Highest Honours and was accepted to the Royal Academy of Music with full scholarship, where he studies until now under guidance of Professor Christopher Elton. In October 2014 he went on to become a finalist of the Jaques Samuel Pianos Intercollegiate Piano Competition and performed at Wigmore Hall. In August 2015 he was invited to perform an opening recital at The Romantic Age festival in Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead, and in July 2016 he performed solo recitals and took part in different concerts on the Piano Festival in the Royal Academy of Music. Two years in a row he was invited to take part in the Encuentro de Musica Festival in Santander, Spain (July 2016&July 2017).

Amiran also frequently appears as solo performer and in chamber music ensembles in public recitals and concerts in Russia, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Spain, USA, and the United Kingdom (incl. Wigmore Hall, St.James Piccadilly Church, Steinway Hall, London). In 2017 he completed his undergraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music with the First Class Honours degree, and was selected to become a fellow of the Philharmonia Orchestra under their Emerging Artists Programme. He is also fond of conducting and reading.

Teaching experience. Amiran started his teaching work in June 2015, and his students’ achievements include passing ABRSM Grade 8 exam with distinction, receiving prizes at different festivals in the UK, and participation at international competitions.

 

Recordings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFTATX6AMNY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dr_nopWVCw0

 

Future events include:

Piano Festival at the Royal Academy of Music June 2018

Recitals in Russia, Canada, Germany, Estonia, USA and the United Kingdom.