ANASTASIA RAZVALYAEVA
harpist

The solo and chamber orchestra repertoire of harpist Anastasia Razvalyaeva ranges from Baroque to modern music. She was awarded with the Junior Prima Prize and is an active participant in the Hungarian musical events; she has performed solo and chamber orchestral compositions in the most prestigious Hungarian concert halls.

Anastasia was born in 1986 in Russia and has lived in Hungary since 1993. She began learning the harp at the age of seven with her mother, Natalia Gorbunova; later she continued her studies with Prof. Melinda Felletár at the Franz Liszt Music Conservatory of Szeged. In 2011 Anastasia gained a Masters’ Degree at the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest, where she had been studying with Prof. Andrea Vigh. She was one of the four people to win the special scholarship of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music (2010) and the Career Office of the Academy of Music (2014), which supports the most gifted students. She received the Junior Prima Prize in 2011. Anastasia has been a DLA student at the Liszt Music Academy since 2011, and since 2012 she has also taught there. In 2015 she received the Fischer Annie Scholarship.

She has participated in numerous international competitions, among her awards the most remarkable are her 2nd prize at the International Chamber Music Competition in Arles (1999), her First Prize at the 14th “Petar Konjovic” International Competition of Young Musicians in Belgrade (2009), and her 3rd prize in solo harp category at the 4th “Suoni d’Arpa” International Competition in Briosco. In 2014 she received two awards for her harp and guitar duos with Miklós Környei in two international competitions for chamber music: 2nd Prize at the 4th Spanish Competition for Chamber Music in Madrid and 3rd Prize at the 4th “Suoni d’Arpa” International Competition. In 2015 they received Special Prize at the 7th “Svirél” International Music Competition and Festival in Slovenia.

As a soloist Anastasia has performed with several Hungarian orchestras, such as the Budapest Strings Orchestra, the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, the Pannon Philharmonic, the Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra, and the Chamber Orchestra of Miskolc. She is involved in various chamber music projects and also performs as a soloist. Currently, she has two partners with whom she regularly performs: Erzsébet Seleljo in the SeRa duo (saxophone, harp) and Miklós Környei in the Musiciens Libres (harp and guitar) duo. Her saxophone-harp duo focuses mainly on contemporary music, while paired with a guitar she and her partner are specialized in arrangements, playing their own musical settings from Bach through Bartók.

Chopin

Liszt: Rigoletto-parafrázis

Rameau

Csajkovszkij: Anyegin-fantázia

MASTER COURSES

2014 – Gabriella Dall’Olio (Italy)

2012 – Willy Postma (Norway)

2011–2014 – Germaine Lorenzini (France)

2010 – Xavier de Maistre, Marie–Pierre Langlamet(France), Willy Postma (Norway)

2009 – Erika Waardenburg (Netherlands)

2008 – Isabelle Moretti, Marielle Nordmann, Isabelle Perrin (France)

2007 – Elinor Bennett (Wales), Jana Bouskova (Czech Republic)

2006 – Maria Graf (Germany), Jana Bouskova (Czech Republic)

2003 – Susanna Mildonian (Belgium), David Watkins (England), ), Marielle Nordmann (France)

2002–2005 – Milda Agazaryan (Russia)

1996 – Ion Ivan Roncea (Romania)

COMPETITIONS, AWARDS

2015 – Fischer Annie Scholarship

2014 – 3rd prize in solo category at the 4th “Suoni d’Arpa” International Competition in Briosco (Italy)

2014 – 3rd prize in chamber music category at the 4th “Suoni d’Arpa” International Competition

(partner: Miklós Környei, guitar) Briosco (Italy)

2nd prize at the IV. Spanish Competition for Chamber Music with harp

(partner: Miklós Környei, guitar) Madrid (Spain)

2014/2015 – winner of the support of the Career Office of the Academy of Music

2011 – Junior Prima Prize

2011 – 2nd International “Golden Harp” Competition in St. Petersburg (Russia)

2010/2011 – winner of the special support programme of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music for gifted students

2010 – finalist of the 2nd Wales International Harp Competition (Caernarfon, Wales)

2009 – 1st prize at 14th “Petar Konjovic” International Competition of Young Musicians in Belgrade (Serbia)

2008 – 4th Vera Dulova Competition–Festival in Moscow (Russia)

2008 – International Competition Cité des Arts de Paris (France)

2007 – Finalist of the 1st International Harp Competition in Szeged (Hungary)

2007 – International Harp Competition in Cardiff (Wales)

2003 – 5th International Harp Festival in Gödöllő (Hungary)

2003 – 1st prize at the 1st Hungarian Conservatory Harp Competition, Vác (Hungary)

2000 – International Harp Contest in Laussane (Switzerland)

1999 – 2nd prize at the International Chamber Music Competition in Arles (France)

(partner: Krisztina Kocsis, flute)

1999 – Lily Laskine International Harp Competition in Deauville (France)

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