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Liudmila Georgievskaya

Adjunct Lecturer in Piano and Coordinator of Accompanying

Liudmila Georgievskaya has performed as recitalist or soloist with orchestras in Russia, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Italy, France, England, Hungary, Panama and the United States. Top-prize winner in more than 10 piano competitions around the world, she has had her performances broadcast on radio and television programs in the U.S., Russia, Uzbekistan, Italy and Vatican City.

An adherent of the Russian piano school, she studied in Moscow with Tatiana Galitskaya and Liudmila Roschina, both former students of the legendary Russian pianist and composer Samuel Feinberg. She graduated from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory cum laude and earned her Artist Certificate at SMU under the guidance of acclaimed Spanish pianist Joaquín Achúcarro.

Also an avid performer of chamber music, she is a member of the Verlaine Trio and the principal pianist of Voices of Change, one of the most distinguished new music ensembles in the U.S.

Liudmila Georgievskaya serves on faculty at SMU and continues her concert career in Europe and in the Americas. She is also working toward her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance with Dr. Pamela Mia Paul at the University of North Texas.

Georgievskaya's first solo CD was released in December 2013 with Odradek Records and is now available in shops and on Amazon, iTunes, Classical Archives, eMusic and others.

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