Elizaveta Miller is a fortepianist, harpsichordist and frequent new music performer.
In 2013 she became the first Russian fortepianist to win the famous Bruges Musica Antiqua competition. In 2012 she won the Second prize at the International Premio Ferrari Fortepiano Competition in Rovereto, Italy.
She has studied in the Moscow State Conservatory with Alexey Lubimov and Olga Martynova and graduated in 2009 cum Laude.
She has also completed a Master’s degree at the Yale School of Music in 2011 (Boris Berman, Hung-Kuan Chen).
As pianist, fortepianist and harpsichordist she took part in many international master-classes and festivals in Moscow, throughout Europe, as well as in the USA, playing for such renowned musicians as Malcolm Bilson, Bart van Oort, Zwi Meniker, Paul Badura-Skoda, Claude Frank, Vladimir Feltsman, Dang Thai Son and others.
Elizaveta regularly performs as a soloist and in chamber music ensembles in Russia, Italy, USA, France. Since 2011 she has taken part several times in the Bizzi fortepiano academy in Bodio, Italy, and has performed as a fortepianist and a harpsichordist, receiving very enthusiastic critics.
The repertoire of Elizaveta Miller is concentrated essentially around the transitional styles in music, such as the early classical period with C.P.E. Bach, Haydn and young Mozart, the late classical and early romantic époque, as well as new music.
Along with her keyboard studies, Elizaveta has graduated from the University of Provence, France, majoring in Literature and Slavic Languages. She has also studied liturgical music, both at Yale and in Moscow, and works currently as a choirmaster.
Elizaveta is in the team of the Young Artists of the Accademia Europea Villa Bossi in Bodio (Varese – Italy).