Anastasia Antonova was born in Moscow in 1990.
From 1995 – 2005 she studied at the Gnessin music school in the class of Tatjana Sarkisyants. In 2010 Anastasia graduted with honours from the State College of Music under the Moscow State Conservatory (class of People’s Artist of Russia Victor Bunin and prof. Mona Haba)
From 2010 Anastasia Antonova is a student of Moscow State Conservatory at the department of historical and contemporary performance in the class of prof. Michail Dubov (piano), prof. Olga Filippova (harpsichord), prof. Alexey Lubimov(fortepiano), prof. Vjacheslav Poprugin (chamber ensemble).
From the school years Anastasia showed the great skills in classical and baroque music: her first recitals with orchestra were at the age of 12 with concertos by Bach and Mozart. Also at school she was first time given the honour of playing at the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, where she performed solo repertoire by Mozart and Beethoven.
– laureate of “Beethoven’s days in Moscow” piano competition (Moscow, 2005)
– laureate and the winner of a special prize “Rachmaninov special mention” at the international “IBLA Grand Prize” competition (Ragusa, Italy, 2007)
– laureate (Third prize) of the Open All-Russian “Merzlyakovka invites friends” piano competition (Moscow, 2008)
– winner of a special audience award at the Austrian baroque academy (Gmunden, Austria, 2011)
She also improved her mastery at the international master-classes with such professors as Paul Badura-Scoda, Alexey Lubimov, Zvi Meniker, Aline Zylberajch, Jeremy Joseph, Wolfgang Glüxam and others.
As pianist, harpsichordist and fortepianist Anastasia is a regular participant of concerts in Moscow and other cities of Russia and Europe, including such famous halls as Rachmaninov Hall, Small Hall and Great Hall of Moscow State Conservatory. Her repertoire includes music from English virginalists to modern composers of XX and XXI centuries.
Anastasia is in the team of the Young Artists of the Accademia Europea Villa Bossi in Bodio – Varese, Italy.