Elena Rozanova
Territories : General Management

Elena Rozanova

Photo credit : Eric Manas

Territories : General Management

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Photo credit : Eric Manas

Upcoming concerts

19/07/2013 - Festival Toulouse d’été - Toulouse - Cloître des Jacobins

George Enesco, George Gershwin, Gabriel Fauré, Maurice Ravel, Camille Saint-Saëns

Playlist

Extrait Toccata, Op. 11_ Allegro MarcatoExtrait Toccata, Op. 11_ Allegro Marcato
Transcription de J.S. Bach's Partita nº3 en mi mineur pour violon seul BWV 1006Transcription de J.S. Bach's Partita nº3 en mi mineur pour violon seul BWV 1006

Biography of pianist Elena Rozanova

Elena Rozanova was born in Odessa into a family of musicians and studied at the Gnessine school for gifted children and the Tchaikovski Conservatory in Moscow. Her teachers were Tatiana Zelikman, Alexei Nassedkine and Evgueni Moguilevski. She won several international competition prizes, in particular the Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibault competition in Paris, the Eduard Flipse competition in Rotterdam, the Takahiro Sonoda competition in Fukuoka, Japan, and the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition. She is also a laureat of the Cziffra Foundation.

Elena Rozanova has performed with the Orchestre National de France, Orchestre National de Montpellier, Orchestre National de Lille, Orchestre d'Auvergne, the Royale Philharmonie de Flandres, the Novossibirsk Symphony Orchestra and the Saint-Petersburg Camerata, conducted by Jean-Claude Casadesus, Saulus Sondeckis, Arnold Katz, Friedmann Layer... She has appeared in numerous chamber music festivals including the Festival de l’Orangerie de Sceaux, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Carinthische Sommer festivals, Piano en Valois, La Roque d'Anthéron, Radio France Montpellier, La Folle Journée in Nantes, Île de France, Ravinia... Elena Rozanova performs in a trio with the violinist Svetlin Roussev and the cellist François Salque. Her chamber music partners include Josef Silverstein, Raphael Oleg, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Dora Swarzberg, the Ysaÿe Quartet...

Elena Rozanova's more recent performances include Théâtre des Champs Elysées, «  Lille Piano Festival »' Festival, Toulon, Nîmes, the Belém Cultural Centre in Lisbonne, Théâtre de la Ville and Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, at the Colmar, Serres d'Auteuil, Divonne, L'Empéri, Quimper and 'Liszt en Provence' festivals. Her 2007-2008 season engagements include Saint-Saens's 2nd piano concerto with the Orchestre National de Lille under Jean-Claude Casadesus, Mozart's concerto for two pianos with Barry Douglas and Camerata Ireland, and Rachmaninov's 2nd piano concerto with the Novossibirsk Symphony Orchestra.

In France her recording with the violinist Graf Mourja for Harmonia Mundi (Ravel, Schnittke, Szymanovski) has been awarded a "Choc de la Musique" in the French magazine "Le Monde de la Musique". Her a recital CD of works by Shostakovitch, Ravel, and Prokofiev in the Harmonia Mundi 'Nouveaux musiciens' collection was awarded 5 Stars in the German magazine Fono Forum and to which the Bayern 4 Klassik radio devoted an entire programme. Her Vladiguerov recording with the violinist Svetlin Roussev, released at the end of 2004, won a Diapson d'Or, 10 de Classica/Répertoire and a special feature in Piano le Magazine. Her highly acclaimed Rachmaninov CD for Satirino Records, including the Moments Musicaux, was selected as CD of the month by Arte television..

From 1999 to 2005 Elena Rozanova was chamber music professor at the Franfurt Hochscule. She is artistic director of “Les Classiques au Val d’Isère”.

Some ideas of Repertory :

Beethoven :  All  + Triple
Chopin :  Concerto No 1 et No 2
Chostakovitch :  Concerto No 1 (Piano/Trompette)
Gershwin :  Rhapsody in Blue 
Grieg :  Concerto pour piano en la mineur op 16
Mendelssohn :  Double (Violon/piano) 
Mozart :  16, 17, 20, “Jeunehomme », 2 pianos
Poulenc :  Aubade
Prokofiev :  No 1, No 3
Rachmaninov :   No 2, No 4, Rhapsodie
Ravel :  Concerto en sol
Saint-Saens :  Concerto pour piano No 2
Schnittke :  Concerto pour piano et cordes
Schumann :  Concerto pour piano en la mineur op 54
Tchaikovsky :  Concerto pour piano No 1