"...sounds of bell-like purity and grace." N.Y. NEWSDAY
A native of Moscow, Russia, pianist Nadia Zaitsev is a true representative of the legendary Russian piano tradition of breathtaking virtuosity, dramatic temperament and depth of musical expression. Educated both in her native country and abroad, she was profoundly influenced by her studies with Alexander Eydelman, himself a student of Felix Blumenfeld, Vladimir Horowitz’s teacher.
Since immigrating to the US Nadia has gathered an impressive number of prestigious awards in piano including top prizes in Music Clubs of America Competition and Five Towns Music and Arts Foundation Competition. As a winner of Artist’s International Auditions in New York she was presented in her highly acclaimed Carnegie Hall Debut. She has been a frequent guest on American college campuses, in community theaters around the country and have been audience's favorite headliner for various cruise lines around the world.
Most recently Fleur De Son Classics label released critically acclaimed World Premier Recording “American Souvenirs” on which she is joined in a piano duet by her husband, Vladimir Zaitsev.
Nadia’s versatile repertoire ranges from Bach, Chopin and Rachmaninoff to Scott Joplin, Gershwin and Beatles arrangements.
She offers her audience a unique mix of dazzling pianism and delightful musical anecdotes.