69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay NSW 2481
Natasha has performed in Australia and in the territories of the former USSR, And also performed and given masterclasses in Germany, Austria, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, Korea and New Zealand.
After being awarded the prestigious Tchaikovsky Scholarship,she was a major prizes winner in international competitions, including the Beethoven International Piano Competition in Vienna and the Busoni International competition in Bolzano, Italy.
Natasha is currently head of keyboard at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
A soloist and ensemble player, Oleg has performed in the USSR, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary, Cuba, China, Japan and Vietnam and has performed in ensemble with internationally renowned cellist Daniel Shafran, giving numerous recitals all over the world.
Oleg won first prize and Gran prize at the prestigious international competition “Music de chamber” in Florence, Italy. Born Latvia, Oleg studied and later taught at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory..
Oleg is currently in charge of the Young Conservatorium Piano Program and a senior lecturer at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
This year Natasha and Oleg traveled to Moscow where they participated in an International piano festival celebrating 85th birthday of Lev Vlassenko, including performances in the Maly and Bolshoi halls of Moscow Conservatory.