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Anfisa Bobylova

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Anfisa Bobylova is Ukrainian pianist, born in 1992. She received her first piano lessons from Lyudmila Popadyuk at the age of 6 in Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine. At the age of 10 she performed her first solo concert. During studying at the music school Anfisa won prizes at musical competitions and musical theoretical olympiads in Ukraine.

In 2007 she continued her studies at the Lviv Specialized Music School, named after S. Krushelnytska, in the class of Tetiana Aleksandrova, where she also started classes in composition by Ukrainian composer Myroslav Volynskyi. In Lviv, the pianist debuted with her own compositions, as well as a soloist with Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra.

Since 2010, Anfisa has been studying at the National Music Academy of Ukraine, named after P. Tchaikovsky, in the class of Honored Artist of Ukraine, Professor Yuriy Kot. In 2015 she completed her master’s degree and graduated with honors.

Currently she continues her studying with Professor Libor Novacek at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz, Austria.

Anfisa won prizes at international piano competitions, including
1st prize at Fausto Zadra Piano Competition in Abano Terme, Italy, 2020
1st prize at Chopin International Piano Competition in Hartford, CT, USA, 2020
4th prize at Tkaczewski International Piano Competition, Special Online Edition, 2020
1st prize at Martha Debelli Scholarship Competition in Graz, Austria, 2019
5th prize at "Silvio Bengalli" Piano Prize in Vat Tidone, Italy, 2019
3rd prize and special prize at ProArt International Piano Competition in Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine, 2019
1st prize at International Music Competition Premio Città di Padova in Padova, Italy, 2018
2nd prize at Agustín Aponte International Music Competition in Tenerife, Spain, 2018
Special Prize at Piano Island Festival Competition in Reunion, France, 2018
3rd prize and special prize at Bela Bartok International Piano Competition in Graz, Austria, 2017
3rd prize at Shostakovich Piano Competition in Dnipro, Ukraine, 2016.

In 2021 Anfisa will take part in XVIII Chopin Competition in Warsaw, Poland and Leeds Piano Competition.

The pianist played numerous concerts as soloist and member of chamber ensembles in different countries. She took part in such festivals as Piano Extravaganza in Sofia, Bulgaria, 2020; Scriabin Concert Series in Grosseto, Italy, 2020; Khmelnytskyi Kammer Fest, Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine, 2020; Haydn Festival Wien, 2020, Festival Nei Suoni dei Luoghi und Carniarmonie in Piano D’Arta, Italy, 2019.

Anfisa collaborated with such conductors: Yuriy Bervetskyi, Taras Martynyk, Sergiy Rabiychuck.

Since 2017 Anfisa is a member of Duo with the violinist Tetiana Lutsyk and since 2018 – of Lemberg Piano Trio. With both formations the pianist won prizes at international competitions and took part in music festivals. With Lemberg Piano Trio she made recordings for Austrian Radio ORF.

Anfisa attended masterclasses with such musicians as Robert Lewin, Milana Cherniavska, Aquiles Delle Vigne, Christoph Sischka, Antonio di Cristofano, Sergio di Simone, Sontraud Speidel, Chenxi Li, Jean Francois Heisser, Uta Weyand, Sofja Guljak, Oleg Stepanov, Volodymyr Vynnytskyi, Karst de Jong, Hugo Ticciati, Kevin Lawrence.

Anfisa composes own music and perform it at the concerts. The pianist is also interested in historically informed performance and plays harpsichord and fortepiano. She made recording of Mozart’s sonatas on the fortepiano for Klangdebüt CD “Mozart am Hammerklavier“.

In 2021 the pianist will record debut solo CD with “XCLASSICS RECORDS”. The pianist received scholarships from Martha Debelli Foundation, City of Graz, Society of Friends of University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz, Mentoring Project of University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. Since October 2017, the pianist is a member of the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation «Live Music Now» and take part in the concerts, organized by this society.

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