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Larisa Tedtoeva

Larisa Tedtoeva

Larisa Tedtoeva, born in 1970 in North Ossetia, in the former Soviet Union, began studying piano at the age of six at the Musical College and later at the conservatory of her hometown, where in 1989 she finished her studies with an Honors Diploma.

That same year she entered the St. Petersburg (formerly Leningrad) Conservatory where she was taught by the internationally renowned pianist Anatol Ugorski. There she also received lessons from Kolaiko, which she combined with chamber music and accompaniment with S. Vakman and N. Arsumanova. In 1993 she moved to Paris, where she studied for two years at the prestigious Ecole Normale de Musique.
Winner of several national piano competitions in Russia, Larisa Tedtoeva made her debut as a soloist with the orchestra at the Tchaikowsky Conservatory in Moscow, performing Beethoven’s Youth Concerto, which was the first audition of this work in the Soviet Union.

Since then she has performed numerous concerts as a soloist, in chamber ensembles and as an accompanist, making recordings for radio and television.

After her stay in Paris she settled in Spain, where she alternates her activities as a concert performer and collaborating with different orchestras and opera houses. She has worked with conductors such as Miguel Ángel Gómez Martínez, Kamal Khan, Amadeo Lloris, Tiziano Severini, Christian Badea and Manuel Hernández Silva. She has also collaborated as a pianist in the classes of prestigious singers such as Renata Scotto, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Magda Olivero and Manuel Asensi. She regularily plays with the Moscow Virtuosi Principals.

Among her latest performances are Tchaikowsky’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 with the Orquesta de Córdoba to critical acclaim and Nights in the Gardens of Spain by M. de Falla with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Alicante conducted by Juan Iborra.