The music program of the Ohrid Summer Festival continues tonight with a concert by the famous Russian pianist Natalia Trull, which will be held at the St. Sophia Church in the standard festival term, from 9 p.m.
The repertoire includes works by Beethoven, Chopin, and Debussy.
Natalia Trull began studying piano in her hometown of St. Petersburg and later moved to Moscow. There he graduated from the Moscow Conservatory working with pedagogues: I. Zak, М. Voskresenski and T. Kravchenko. Her international career began with the victory at the International Competition in Belgrade in 1983, but her greatest success came in 1986 when she won the silver medal at the Tchaikovsky Competition. In 1993 she won the Grand Prix award at a competition in Monte Carlo in which only winners of international competitions can participate.
Trull performs with important orchestras from all over the world: the London Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, the Japanese Philharmonic Orchestra, the Monte Carlo Orchestras, Dusseldorf, and all the major Russian orchestras under the baton of world-renown conductors.
Her repertoire includes more than 50 concerts for piano and orchestra, but of course, the priority is Concerto No. 1 by P. I. Tchaikovsky who has performed more than 100 times in prestigious concert halls around the world. As a pedagogue, Natalia Trull often teaches master classes in the United States, Japan, Italy, Germany, and South America. She is a full professor at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow and is often a member of the jury for international piano competitions. He has recorded several CDs, one of which contains all the piano sonatas by S. Prokofiev, and the others with solo piano music by Tchaikovsky, Chopin, and Schubert.