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Prof. Vera Gornostaeva

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Teacher and A Professor

Moscow State Conservatory

Employment History

  • Teacher and A Professor
    Moscow Conservatory
  • President
    Moscow Association of Musicians
  • Russian Performer
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Gina Bachauer, 31 Jan 2012 [cached]
In 2008, Lukas entered the class of Prof. Vera Gornostaeva at the Moscow State Conservatory.
His grandmother, Vera Gornostaeva, a prominent teacher and a professor at the Moscow Conservatory, became his first mentor.
Lukas Geniušas - Home, 7 Dec 2012 [cached]
His grandmother, Vera Gornostaeva, the prominent teacher and professor at the Moscow Conservatory, became his first mentor.
CLASSICAL MUSIC ARCHIVES MP3/WMA: Vera Gornostayeva [cached]
Emeritus Artist of the Russian Federation, Vera Gornostaeva, is a graduate of the Moscow State Conservatory, where her teacher was the Russian pianist and pedagogue, Heinrich Neuhaus, one of the founders of the contemporary Russian piano school.
In addition to her extensive performing career, Gornostaeva is a prominent professor at the Moscow Conservatory; holds masterclasses in Italy, Germany, France, Switzerland, the USA, and the UK.She has presented masterclasses in Japan since 1990 under the auspices of the Yamaha Musical Fund that are broadcast by NHK-TV.Her book, "Two Hours After the Concert" was translated and published there.
Other educational activities include leading annual seminars for Russian music teachers; giving lectures on radio and TV on classical music and the performing arts; and publishing articles and books.She is a jury member and often chairman of the jury at many prestigious international music competitions, and is also the President of the Moscow Association of Musicians.
Professor Gornostaeva is renowned for having trained 26 winners of international piano contests, including Alexander Slobodianik, Simeon Kruchin, Dina Yaffe, Pavel Egorov, Eteri Andzhaparidze (Russia), Ivo Pogorelich (Yugoslavia), Marian Pivka (Czech republic), Ayako Uehara (Japan), Yurie Miura (Japan) and others.
Cover from L.P. Records CD of ..., 11 April 2014 [cached]
Cover from L.P. Records CD of Chopin music played by pianist Vera Gornostaeva.
Given the audience's response to Gornostaeva, WFMT mounted a second, 12-hour drive this week, but packaged the CD with two others for a $115 premium offer.
Robinson credited David Polk, WFMT program director, for pursuing the idea to mount a drive featuring Gornostaeva.
Robinson said Gornostaeva had not heard the recordings.
Robinson said WFMT is considering plans to produce recordings of Gornostaeva performing from her dacha in Moscow.
VERA GORNOSTAEVA | VOL. III | ..., 1 April 2014 [cached]
The first "big piece" that I tackled with my teacher at the time, Vera Gornostaeva, was the Waltz in E flat Major, Op.18.
LP Classics's "Discovering a Legend" series is continuing to explore the live performances of the brilliant Russian pianist Vera Gornostaeva. The uncovering of Vera Gornostaeva's unique rendition of Mussorgsky's Pictures and Rachmaninoff's Preludes is, by all means, a true revelation.
Vera Gornostaeva, is a celebrated Russian performer considered A "True Treasure" of Russian culture and has traveled extensively throughout Soviet Union with up to 100 concerts a year. Her reviewers raved about her "Gornostaeva is a natural! She has an envious control of the instrument. "Recitals, given by Gornostaeva, are never flashy. Her playing is neither mannered nor false. She communicates the true essence of music that she delivers in the most profound way.
Unfortunately, because Vera Gornostaeva never made any compromises - politically or musically, she became a persona non grata in the eyes of the Soviet Regime and despite the fact that invitations from the west kept pouring in, the permission to leave was never granted. As a result, for over twenty years Gornostaeva's name was among those "blacklisted" and was officially deemed politically unreliable. By the time the iron curtain fell, Vera Gornostaeva, already in her 60s, decided to abandon her performing career and dedicate herself entirely to teaching and would perform only occasionally.
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