PIANO 2023: Jury
Rena Shereshevskaya taught for twelve years at the Special Central School of Music for Gifted Children of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory and then was invited to the Ippolitov-lvanov Music Institute as a piano professor and head of a piano department. She currently teaches piano at the Alfred Cortot School of Music in Paris and at the Conservatoire de Rueil-Malmaison. She gives masterclasses all over the world (France, USA, Canada, Italy, Switzerland, Russia, Monaco, China…) and is often invited as a jury member in international piano competitions. Many of her students have been awarded prizes in major international competitions, such as Rémi Geniet (2nd Prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition, Brussels, 2013), Lucas Debargue (4th Prize at the 15th Tchaikovsky Competition, Moscow, 2015), Alexandre Kantorow (1st Prize and Grand Prix at the 16th Tchaikovsky Competition, Moscow, 2019). Parallel to her pedagogical activities, she plays chamber music with internationally renowned musicians and also performs as a duo with her daughter, mezzo-soprano Victoria Shereshevskaya.