Moscow-born Natalia Bogdanova is one of the most celebrated young pianists gracing the contemporary Russian concert scene. She is a soloist with the Moscow Concert Organization and has toured extensively throughout Russia and Western Europe, performing in both solo recitals and with established orchestras.
Ms. Bogdanova comes from a highly musical family and was accepted at an early age for attendance at the special preparatory school for musically-gifted children established by Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
After graduation, she entered the Tchaikovsky Conservatory itself and pursued her studies there through the doctoral level as a pupil of the revered Russian pianist, Tatiana Nikolayeva. Ms. Bogdanova is particularly renowned for her interpretations of the 19th-century romantic composers such as Schumann and Chopin.
In her active career, she has already appeared as a featured soloist with Russian orchestras in Moscow, Ekaterinburg, Kazan, Petrozavodsk, and Branaul; with the Ismir Symphony in Turkey; and with the Epinal Radio Orchestra in France.