Anastasia Dedik has been performing as a soloist and chamber musician on some of the most important stages in the world, including the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, The Great Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia and many others. Anastasia has appeared as a soloist with Fort Worth Symphony, Saint Petersburg Philharmonic, NYCA Symphony Orchestra, San Jose Symphony, and Oberlin Orchestra. She has been featured on RAI TV in Italy, NDR TV in Germany, WABC in NYC as well as in an episode of NBC’s “Law and Order SVU”, performing Beethoven’s “Appassionata” in an exciting episode “True believers”.
Born and raised in Saint Petersburg, Russia to a family of distinguished musicians Anastasia graduated from The Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 2004 and moved to the United States to continue her education at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and The Juilliard School on full talent scholarships. She has been the recipient of numerous national and international awards, including The Governor of Saint Petersburg Award for Achievements inArts, Harold and Helene Schonberg Piano Scholarship and Susan W. Rose Fellowship at The Juilliard School in NYC. Anastasia is a top prize winner of many International Piano Competitions, including “Bösendorfer and Yamaha USASU” International Piano Competition, San Jose International Piano Competition, Pietro Argento International Piano Competition. Anastasia is a founding member of the The Prima Trio, an ensemble that burst onto the international stage when they won the Grand Prize at the Fischoff International piano competition. Since 2007 the Prima Trio has performed over 200 concerts in more than 20 states. The Prima Trio is managed by Lisa Sapinkopf Artists.
Ms. Dedik’s début Solo CD was recorded at a live recital in Recco, Italy and was released by GPM Records in 2008. In 2015, she recorded Tchaikovsky-Pletnev’s “Nutcracker” Suite and “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Mussorgsky. The CD “PIANO” was recorded at Yamaha Artist Services in New York City and has been released in 2015. Her playing has been praised by “New York Concert Artist Review” as “flawless and memorable” and “Highly accomplished and authentically Russian pianism” – David Beech, Peninsula reviews.
In the past few seasons Anastasia has performed in New York, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Seattle, Miami, Washington DC, Los Angeles and other places. Her latest recording has been released on “Toccata Classics” and premieres works for piano and violin by Ukrainian composer Theodore Akimenko.
Anastasia resides in New York City with her husband and their 6 year-old daughter Anasofia while managing a busy performing, teaching schedule, all while pursuing a DMA at Rutgers University.
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