Natalia Gordeyeva er en ukrainsk violinist, pædagog, grundlægger af Music Arts Academy (Kyiv, Ukraine). Natalia Gordeyevas karriere som solist blev sat i gang, da Deutsche Bank i 2005 tildelte hende et stipendium på det internationalt anerkendte Kayaleh Music Academy i Schweiz, hvor hun studerede under professor Habib Kayaleh, ven og tidligere elev af Yehudi Menuhin. Som medlem af kammergrupper og som solist optrådte Natalia over hele verden på de prestigefyldte scener, såsom Deutsche Bank-arrangementerne i Benelux og Shloss Elmau i Tyskland, FN-hallen i Genève, Casa Paganini i Genova, deltog også i festivalen "Sne og symfoni" i Saint-Moritz, Menuhin-festivalen i Gstaad samt har givet solokoncerter i Tokyo og Osaka i Japan.
Natalia er grundlægger af Kyivs første private uddannelsesinstitution for klassisk musik - Music Arts Academy, der siden 2014 har været en vigtig platform for adskillige internationale uddannelsesprojekter, masterclasses og samarbejder.
Concert supporting Ukraine with violinist Natalia Gordeyeva, who fled from Ukraine in the beginning of the war. She will be accompanied by pianist Nadia Okrusko. A chorus of around 20 Ukrainian children and adults will open the concert.
About Natalia Gordeyeva:
Natalia Gordeyeva is a Ukrainian violinist, pedagogue, founder of Music Arts Academy (Kyiv, Ukraine). Natalia Gordeyeva's career as soloist was set into motion, when Deutsche Bank in 2005 granted her scholarship at the internationally renowned Kayaleh Music Academy in Switzerland where she studied under the prof. Habib Kayaleh, the friend and former student of Yehudi Menuhin. As a member of chamber groups and as a soloist, Natalia performed worldwide on the prestigious stages, such as the Deutsche Bank events in Benelux and Schloss Elmau in Germany, the United Nations hall in Geneva, Casa Paganini in Genova, also took part in the “Snow and Symphony” festival in Saint-Moritz, Menuhin festival in Gstaad, as well as have given solo recitals in Tokyo and Osaka in Japan.
During her studies Natalia was taken by the idea of providing development of her own country's culture. After completing studies in Switzerland. she moved back to Kyiv to set her knowledge and experience into Ukrainian hearts and minds. Today, Natalia is the founder of Kyiv's first private classical music educational institution - Music Arts Academy that since 2014 became an important platform for numerous international educational projects, masterclasses and collaborations.