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Anton Mordasov
Piano
amordasov@yahoo.com

Anton Mordasov was born and reared in the Siberian region of Russia. He received his music education at the Moscow State Conservatory, where he was a student of Tatiana Nikolaeva and Serge Dorensky, and at TCU, where he studied under tutelage of Dr. Tamas Ungar. Anton won the first prize at Rachmaninov International Piano Competition in Moscow and was Bronze medalist of the IX Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition. Other competition prizes include the World Piano Competition in Cincinnati, Montreal International Piano Competition, Josef Hoffman International Piano Competition and New Orleans International Piano Competition. Anton performed solo debuts at New York's Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, Herkules Saal in Munich, Purcell Room in London, Suntory Hall in Tokyo among other venues. In 2007 Anton became a permanent resident of the United States and is currently pursuing a teaching career in Texas.

Anton Mordasov (Russia) came to international attention when he won first prize at the 1990 Rachmaninov International Piano Competition and third prize at the IX Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition in Moscow. He has since won awards at the 1996 Montreal and 1997 New Orleans International Piano Competitions and captured the first prize at the 1996 World Piano Competition in Cincinnati. Mr. Mordasov has made his North American debut at New York's Carnegie Hall in 1993 and has performed recital debuts at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall in New York, Hercules Saal in Munich, Sala Verdi in Milan, Purcell Room (South Bank Center) in London, Suntory Hall in Tokyo. He has appeared with several orchestras in the United States and his native country, collaborating with Alexandre Lazarev, Pavel Kogan and Vassily Sinaisky among other noted conductors. A former student of Tatiana Nikolayeva and Sergey Dorensky at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, he recently completed his Artist Diploma at TCU, where he studied under Dr. Tamas Ungar.

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