Adjunct Lecturer in Piano and Coordinator of Accompanying
Liudmila Georgievskaya has performed as a recitalist in Russia, Italy, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, France, Netherlands, England, Hungary, Panama and the United States. She has appeared as soloist with the Dubna Symphony Orchestra (Russia), Turkeston Symphony Orchestra (Uzbekistan), National Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan and with American orchestras including Meadows Symphony Orchestra, Irving Symphony Orchestra, Las Colinas Symphony, Garland Symphony Orchestra and Concert Artists of Baltimore.
Awarded with top prizes in more than ten national and international piano competitions all over the world, her performances have been broadcast on radio and television programs in Russia, the United States, Uzbekistan, Italy and Vatican City.
Active also as a chamber musician, she is a member of Voices of Change, one of the most distinguished new music ensembles in the U.S. She often performs in piano duos with her husband Thomas Schwan and with her sister Olga Georgievskaya.
She is on faculty at Southern Methodist University, where she teaches directed studies in piano, chamber music and techniques of instrumental accompanying. She has given piano and chamber music master classes in Uzbekistan, Italy, Hungary, Netherlands, Panama and in the U.S.
Georgievskaya studied in Moscow with Tatiana Galitskaya and Liudmila Roschina, former students of the legendary Russian pianist and composer Samuil Feinberg, Alexander Goldenweiser’s pupil and disciple. She graduated cum laude from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. She has also completed post-graduate studies in piano performance at Santa Cecilia Music Academy in Rome, followed by the Artist Certificate at Southern Methodist University under the guidance of Joaquín Achúcarro. She is now finishing her Doctorate in Piano Performance with Dr. Pamela Mia Paul at the University of North Texas.
Her solo CD with music by Beethoven and Schumann, released in 2013 on Odradek Records, was received enthusiastically by international press and won two Global Music Awards.