Uzbek-born pianist Anna Malikova is most beneficial known on her behalf interpretations of music by Chopin. She’s performed and documented both concertos, the entire etudes, preludes, and impromptus, and several individual solo functions. But Malikova is definitely hardly an expert: she takes on an array of compositions, consuming large segments from the outputs of J.S. Bach, Soler, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt, Saint-Saëns, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, and Shostakovich. She’s toured thoroughly throughout European countries, Asia, Australia, and SOUTH USA, and offers performed with lots of the world’s leading ensembles, like the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, as well as the main orchestras of Warsaw, Moscow, Sydney, Oslo, Tashkent, as well as others. Malikova also frequently performs chamber music and offers produced several recordings, many obtainable from Classical Information, Audite, and Farao. Anna Malikova was created in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on July 14, 1965. She analyzed piano in the Tashkent Conservatory Unique Music College with Tamara Popovich. From 1979-1984 she analyzed at Moscow’s Central Music College with Lev Naumov. Malikova experienced further piano research in the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. While still students there, she captured 5th prize in the 1990 Chopin Competition in Warsaw. Right before her 1991 graduation Malikova’s 1st recording, a disk of Chopin functions, was released on the Common Music & VI label. Malikova trained for one 12 months in the Central Music College (1991-1992), and from 1992-1996 offered as Naumov’s associate in the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. On the other hand, she also produced headway in her concert profession: from 1991 she provided recitals and made an appearance as soloist in Australia, the U.K., Poland, Germany, and various other Europe. In 1993 Malikova gained the esteemed ARD Competition in Munich. With right away fame, Malikova produced concert travels to Brazil, China, and the center East. In 1994 she documented both Liszt concertos and Chopin Second Concerto, released with an Amadis Compact disc in 1997. In the brand new hundred years Malikova’s concert actions continuing apace, despite added teaching responsibilities on the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen, Germany (2002-2005). In 2005 Malikova produced some acclaimed recordings for the Classical Information label, including a Compact disc of Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet and various other piano works. More lucrative recordings implemented, but Malikova’s concert timetable also remained complete with travels to China, Korea, and Poland this year 2010. That same season the next and final Compact disc in Malikova’s extremely praised traversal from the five Saint-Saëns piano concertos was released in the Audite label.