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Anastasia
Petryshak

“Anastasiya is a very talented violinist possessing a perfect intonation, a very fascinating sound, a brilliant technique and a pure musicality” Salvatore Accardo

Anastasiya Petryshak is considered one of the most interesting young violinists on the international music scene. Born in Ukraine, naturalized Italian, she is often called 'the girl of the Stradivari' due to her great experience with the best violins in the world, acquired thanks to the collaboration with the Cremona Violin Museum

Anastasia Petryshak, one of the most acclaimed violinists of her generation, she was born in Ukraine in 1994. At the age of eight she began performing in public, winning numerous national and international competitions.
 
In 2005, at the age of 11, she moved to Italy to continue her violin studies becoming the youngest pupil of Maestro Salvatore Accardo who will be her guide in the world of music, and with whom she studied at the 'Walter Stauffer' Academy in Cremona for eight years. It was at this time that Anastasiya Petryshak began to establish her career, making a name for herself in the musical scene from a very young age.
 
In 2016 he moved to Switzerland, completed the "Master Soloist" at the prestigious University of the Arts (ZHdK) in Zurich under the guidance of Maestro Rudolf Koelman, further consolidating his art. Her international solo career takes her to play all over the world: Europe, United States, South Korea, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and South Africa.
 
Anastasiya Petryshak performs in the most prestigious concert halls, including Sala Santa Cecilia at Parco della Musica in Rome, Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville, Teatro Politeama in Palermo, Metropolitan Pavilion in New York, Teatro Conjunto Santander in Guadalajara, Mexico, and in important institutional venues such as the Palazzo del Quirinale and the Senate in Rome; he plays with renowned orchestras (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London, Real Orquesta Sinfonica di Sevilla, Orquesta Sinfonica Sinaloa de las Artes) and conductors such as Vasily Petrenko, Michel Tabachnik, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Luigi Piovano, Giuseppe Finzi, Miguel Salmon del Real. Since 2010 he has regularly collaborated with the tenor Andrea Bocelli.
 
In 2018 Anastasiya Petryshak records her first CD 'loved good with Sony Classical, recorded with 'Gli Archi dell'Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia' playing on the so-called Stradivari The Tuscan. The collaboration with Sony continues by publishing the second album in 2023, 'Ange Terrible', focused on the French music of the twentieth century.
 
Anastasiya is often called “the girl of the Stradivarius” for the great experience acquired with the best violins in the world (Stradivari, Amati, Guarneri…): in fact, she collaborates with the Cremona Violin Museum, which grants her the privilege (reserved for very few in the world) to play them. Play and record with more than 60 instruments for scientific research. She performed at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa playing the famous violin The Cannon belonged to Niccolo Paganini.
 
In addition to her concert activity, Anastasiya is also dedicated to teaching: she teaches at the Yamaha Music School in Zurich and regularly holds master classes in various countries.
 
She was awarded the “European Personality in the Field of Classical Music” award in 2016, on the occasion of the 46th Europe Day. In 2022 she was recognized as Woman of the Year, receiving the international award "Profilo Donna", 32nd edition.
 
Anastasiya Petryshak plays regularly in contexts of international importance such as state visits or initiatives such as 'The Great Mystery' wanted by Pope Francis for the most significant cathedrals in Europe, for example the Sagrada Familia of Barcelona.
 
She is invited to many documentaries and television shows, including San Remo Festival, Petrushka, 60' Minutes from CBS USA, EBS International and Telethon. Anastasiya attended the 35th edition of the famous Christmas concert in the Upper Basilica of San Francesco di Assisi, organized by RAI (2020).
 
Anastasiya collaborates with Pirastro (manufacturer of strings and accessories for stringed instruments) and regularly plays Roberto Regazzi's violin built especially for her in 2012.
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