Born in France in 1995, Nathalia Milstein studied piano from the age of four with her father, Serguei Milstein, continuing with Nelson Goerner at the Haute École de Musique (Geneva), and with Sir András Schiff at the Barenboim-Said Academy (Berlin). She launched her career in 2015 when she won First Prize at the International Piano Competition (Dublin), since then appearing in prestigious halls and festivals throughout Europe performing solo and chamber music recitals, and in concerts with leading orchestras and conductors. She plays in duo with her sister violinist, Maria Milstein. Together they have recorded on the Mirare and Alpha Classic labels. In 2017 she was awarded the Young Soloist Prize by the Médias Francophones Publics. Throughout her studies she was mentored by pianists including Barenboim, Pressler, Krasovsky, Elena Ashkenazi, Jan Wijn and Enrico Pace.
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