Russian Harpists

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    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #148408

    Who are the leading Russian harpists? I actually only know a few, and the ones I knew of have probably retired.

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    mr-s on #148409

    what do you mean in leading Russian harpists ? players or teachers?

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    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #148410

    Players and teachers, if not the same.

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    Diana Maja on #148411
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    Elizabeth Volpé Bligh on #148412

    Natalia Shameeva (also spelled Shameyeva) and Anna Levina will also be playing at the World Harp Congress this summer in Vancouver. Anna will be doing a demonstration and talk on Russian ballet cadenzas, and Natalia will be performing a recital of Russian repertoire.

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    edith-zonneveld on #148413

    I’m very happy I can attend the masterclass of Natalia Shameyeva on the 12th of March in Mechelen, Belgium.

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    alexander-rider on #148414

    Some more “up-and-coming” Russian players include Nina Kupriyanova, Elizabeth Mernaya, Maria Goudimov, Maria Kruschevskaya etc.

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    mr-s on #148415

    players of course dont forget the Legendry russian Harpist, Tatiana Tower, but sad that she died. and Irina Donskaia as a player and Professor in St peters burg , and Asia Varosian was a great prof too but she retired, in Moscow should be many players , and good professors are Shameeva Natalia and Milda Agazarian.

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    jessica-wolff on #148416

    What about Andres Izmaylov?

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    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #148417

    Are Emilia Moskvitina and Olga Erdeli still active?

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