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Zoya Vyazovskaya
the flute

Born in 1990 in Moscow. She graduated from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the Royal Academy of Music in London (class of Prof. William Bennett). Soloist of the Black Square quartet and the Classics-art ensemble. Endorser by Altus Flutes.

Winner of the V. N. Tsybin International Flute Competition (2007). Laureate of international competitions named after Carl Nielsen (2nd prize and a special prize for the performance of a contemporary piece, 2010) and the British Flute Society (3rd prize, 2011). She has received awards from various UK foundations.

In 2010 she gave solo concerts at the British Flute Society Convention in Manchester and at the International Flute Festival in Slovenia. Since then, she has performed in Russia and abroad as a soloist, in ensembles and orchestras. She collaborated with famous conductors, including Martin Brabbins, Heinz Holliger, Jane Glover, Daniel Barenboim, Edward Gardner, Simon Gaudenz, Francesco Pascaletti, Alisa Firsova and others.

As a soloist, she has performed with the Odense Symphony Orchestra (Denmark), the Royal Academy of Music Orchestra in London, Meladina Ensemble (London), MKO Musica Viva, MKO Vremena Goda, the Moscow Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, etc. Participated in the Moscow Chamber Music Festival Return .

Recordings of the artist's performances are broadcast on radio stations in Great Britain, Slovenia, Denmark, France, Belgium, and the USA.

Since 2014, together with Galina Kuzenna, she has organized the annual international competition "My Favorite Flute" and the festival "Big Flute Days". Since 2014 - teacher at the Gnessin Moscow School of Music. As a flute teacher and pianist, she participated in the William Bennett International Flute Summer School (Great Britain), the Croatian Flute Academy, the Nice Flute Festival, etc.

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