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Inga Dzekzer

piano

Biography

After her graduation form the PG course of the Saint-Petersburg Conservatorium (Professor T.L. Fidler class), Inga Dzekzer started to teach at the chamber ensemble chair of the Conservatorium. The young Saint-Petersburg pianist combines her pedagogical and an active concert activity very well. Her name could be seen on event posters of the best concert halls of Moscow and Saint-Petersburg, as well as Berlin, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Brussels and other cities of Germany, France, Portugal, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Finland, Switzerland, the USA, Japan, Korea and China.

Inga Dzekzer is the winner of the International chamber ensembles competition in Trapani (Italy) and Internatinal piano duettes competition in Tokio (Japan).

She gave master-classes in Japan, Korea and Portugal, worked as a concertmaster at master-classes of Berlin Philharmonia quartet. She also participated in master-classes of Gustav Mahler International Academy in Italy, held under the patronage of Claudio Abbado. She also worked in the Summer Music Academy The International Holland Music Session in the Netherlands and was a jury of the Internatinal chamber ensembles competition in Linz (Austria).

She took part in many festivals of chamber music, held both in Russia and abroad (in Germany, Finland, Portugal, Italy, France, United Arab Emirates). She participated in the festival of chamber music organized by Yurii Bashmet on the Elba Island (Italy).

She was an official concertmaster of the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, International Violin Competition Rodolfo Lipizer Prize in Gorizia (Italy), Competition named after D.F. Oistrakh in Odessa (the Ukraine) and China International Violin Competition.

Inga Dzekzer recorded CDs for Mlodia (Russia), La Salle de Musique de La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland), The Catgut Acoustical Society (the USA) and Fuga Libera (Belgium). Her last two CDs she recorded together with the Russian violinist Andey Baranov and young Taiwan violinist Tseng Yu-Chien, who both are the winners of the Queen Elizabeth International Violin Competition in Brussels (2012).

Nearest concerts

20
June, 2018
7:00 pm
28
October, 2018
7:00 pm

09
January,2019
7:00 pm
13
March,2019
7:00 pm
28
March,2019
7:00 pm
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