Russian pianist Liudmila Georgievskaya has performed in Russia, Italy, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, France, England, Hungary, Panama, and in the United States.
She has taken part in several European piano and music festivals, and had her performances broadcast on radio and television programs in Russia, Uzbekistan, Italy, and Vatican City. She has appeared as soloist with the Dubna Symphony Orchestra (Russia), Turkeston Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan, Concert Artists of Baltimore, Meadows Symphony Orchestra, Garland Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Arlington, and Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra.
She won numerous awards in national and international piano competitions, including top prizes at the J.S. Bach Piano Competition in Kiev (Ukraine, 1987), Adilia Alieva International Piano Competition in Gaillard (France, 2000), Twenty-Twenty Music Competition at Hartford University (USA, 2001), and in Italy at the competitions Premio Ars Nova, Città di Valentino, Giulio Rospigliosi, Riviera Etrusca, A.Gi.Mus, Domenico Scarlatti, Pino Torinese, Rami Musicali, Lia Tortora, and Benedetto XIII Piano Prize (2003-2007). In 2009, she was a winner at the SMU Concerto Competition (Dallas, TX), as well as at the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition in Baltimore (MD), organized by the American Liszt Society.
In Russia, Ms. Georgievskaya has been soloist of the Moscow Regional Philharmonic Organization, for which she gave numerous recitals in the Moscow region. In 2004, she became soloist of the Moscow International Philharmonic Organization of Classical Music.
She taught piano at the Anton Rubinstein Music School in Rome and at the Fortuna Music School in Palestrina (Italy, 2005-2008). Several of her students entered prestigious music institutions and received important awards in piano competitions. She has given piano masterclasses in Uzbekistan (Tashkent), Italy (Roana), Hungary (Debrecen), and in the United States (Lewisville, TX).
Ms. Georgievskaya graduated in 2001 from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Honors Diploma in Piano performance, piano pedagogy, chamber music, and accompaniment. Her piano teachers include Tatiana Galitskaya and Liudmila Roschina, both former students of the legendary pianist and composer Samuel Feinberg.
In 2008, she completed a post-graduate course in piano performance of Prof. Sergio Perticaroli at the Santa Cecilia National Music Academy in Rome. During three years in Italy, she gave more than fifty recitals throughout the country.
After being awarded with Meadows Artistic Scholarship, she moved to Dallas (TX), where in 2010 she received Artist Certificate at Southern Methodist University under the guidance of acclaimed pianist Joaquín Achúcarro.
Liudmila Georgievskaya is on faculty at Southern Methodist University and continues her intense concert career in Europe and in the Americas. She also works on her Doctorate in Piano Performance degree with Dr. Pamela Mia Paul at University of North Texas.