Anastasia Miloslavskaya was born in Moscow (Russia) into a family of musicians. At six years old
she began to study piano with professor Lilia Tserkovnikova.
From 2007 to 2011, Anastasia attended the Moscow School of Music. Lyadov, where she studied with prof.
Natalia Folomeshkina studied. From 2012 to 2017 she studied at the Chopin School of Music in g.
Class of Professor Maxim Filippov. Since September 2017, he has been studying at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences in the class of Professor Konstantin Shcherbakov. Anastasia from September 2020 receives
Master's degree in railway pedagogy from Professor Konstantin Shcherbakov.
During her studies, Anastasia was a prize-winner of various competitions, including Vlasenko.
Piano Competition, Moscow, 2009 and 2011; Festival "Days of Beethoven in Moscow", 2010; Grieg
Festival in Moscow, 2010; V Alekseevsky Festival of Young Musicians, 2011; on II
international competition "Diamond Music", 2012; at the international competition in Malta, 2013
In 2010 and 2011, Anastasia received a scholarship from the New Names Cultural Foundation and the festival.
Dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Chopin and Schumann. In the summer of 2012, she performed at the Verbier Festival and
participated in the "Emil Gillels Festival" in Freiburg (Germany) in 2014. She recently received awards
at the international competition Rusa in Moscow, 2017; at the international competition of Adilia Aliyeva in the city of
Gaillard, France, 2014; Springboard Prix Walo, Switzerland, 2017.
Anastasia has been teaching piano since 2014. Always looking for an individual approach to each student. Her personal strengths are creativity and patience with children. Anastasia is important
Incorporate a passion for music into every piano lesson.
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