RCMFS will be hosting the annual Piano Recital Series concert at 3:00 PM on December 8, 2013 at Frye Art Museum.
Tchaikovsky – Pletnev The concert suite from the ballet “The Nutcracker”
Rachmaninov Étude Tableaux op. 33 N6 in e flat minor
Rachmaninov Étude Tableaux op.39 N3 in f sharp minor Prokofiev Sonata op.28 N3 in a minor
Anastasia Dedik has performed on some of the most important stages in the world, including the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, The Concertgebouw Hall in Amsterdam, L’École Normale de Musique in Paris, The Paganini Conservatory in Genoa, The Palazzo Farnese in Piacenza, Teatro Communale, San Remo and appeared on RAI (the largest Italian television Network) in Italy. She has also performed at The Great Philharmonic Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia, The Rachmaninoff Hall in Moscow, as well as on the NordDeutscher Rundfunk (NDR TV and Radio). In addition, she has performed as a soloist and collaborative pianist for ABC television in the USA. Ms. Dedik’s début Solo CD was released in February, 2008 by GPM Records, Recco, Italy.
Ms. Dedik is a first-prize winner of the 2001 “Ennio Porrino” International Piano Competition, Italy, 2005 Russian International Piano Competition, the 2006 Lee Biennial Piano Competition, the 2006 Rovero d’Oro International Piano Competition, Italy, the 2007 Buono and Bradshaw International Piano Competition, New York, Cliburn Institute/Piano Texas Concerto Competition, 2007, Asti International Piano Competition, 2007 Italy, the Pietro Argento International Piano Competition, Italy, 2009, New York Concert Artists & Associates International Piano Competition, 2010, Bosendorfer International Piano Competition, 2011, Tempe, Arizona.
Anastasia is also a founder of the Prima Trio, an ensemble that burst onto the international stage when they won the Grand Prize at the Fischoff International Chamber Music Competition in 2007. The trio’s first album called “Prima” was released in April of 2012. Throughout the 2012-13 concert season, both Ms. Dedik and the Prima Trio performed over 50 concerts in 22 states all across the USA. The Prima Trio is managed by Lisa Sapinkopf Artists Management.
Anastasia has been the recipient of numerous national and international awards, including the Harold and Helene Schonberg Piano Scholarship and the Susan W. Rose Fellowship at The Juilliard School. After graduating from the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 2004, Anastasia continued her education at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and The Juilliard School. Her previous teachers include: Elena Shishko, Valery Vishnevsky, Sedmara Rutstein and Matti Raekallio. She has also participated in master classes with Yoheved Kaplinsky, John O’Connor, Vladimir Krainev and others.
Ms. Dedik’s recent and future concert appearances include performances at Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, in Los Angeles, Sonoma and San Francisco as well as solo recitals and master classes in Bari, Italy, St.Petersburg and at the University of South Dakota (Sioux Falls).
Along with an active performing career, Ms. Dedik has served on the panels of the Sorantin International piano competition in San Angelo and the Connecticut State MTA 28th Annual Winter Competition.
Anastasia is the Founder and Artistic Director of the “Russian Heritage” Piano Competition for young pianists, which was held in March of 2012 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Ms. Dedik resides in New York City and is on faculty of Gracias Music School at Mahanaim, NY.