Jelizaveta Vasiljeva was born in Riga, Latvia in 1995. Already at the age of four she had her first piano lessons and was later taught by Prof. Ilze Treija at the "E.Darzin Music School" in Riga, from 2002 until 2014.
In 2005, at the age of ten, she made her debut with the Latvian Symphonic Orchestra in Riga playing J. Haydn's D major Piano Concerto.
She took part in numerous national and international solo and chamber music competitions.
During her studies she won several times Latvia's national piano competitions, "Concours Musical de France", international German and Austrian music competitions for young pianists, international competitions "Young Virtuoso" and "Rising Star" and others.
In addition to participating in competitions, Jelizaveta Vasiljeva gave solo concerts in Latvia and Germany. In 2008 she took part in the charity concert organized by José Carreras in Jurmala, Latvia.
She took part in concerts in Riga and in the Baltic countries. In 2012 she was awarded a special prize at the Festival “In Corpore”, Tallinn, Lithuania with a chamber ensemble. In 2013 she received a special prize from the Lüneburger Heide Sommerakademie. As part of the "Estlat Festival" she performed in 2014 on LR3 Radio Classic in Riga.
In 2014 she began her studies in Germany, at the Lübeck University of Music with Prof. Konrad Elser. She received her bachelor's degree in 2019 and is now pursuing her master's degree at the Musikhochschule Lübeck with Professor Christian Ruvolo.
She continued to take part in various competitions and gave concerts as a soloist and chamber musician with various ensembles in Europe and Asia, including at the festivals ''Saltarello'', broadcasting hall Bremen, ”Teatime Classics" in the Leiszhalle, Hamburg, "New Musical Generation'' in Balandzio Hall in Vilnius, Lithuania, and in the Musik und Kongresshalle in Lübeck.
In 2016 she was a finalist of the "Tonali 16” piano competition in Hamburg.
During her studies Jelizaveta was supported by foundations such as the Possehl Stiftung, the Cziffras Stiftung, the Ad Infinitum Foundation, the Weiland Kultur Stiftung the Latvian Fond for Arts, the Yamaha Music Europe GmbH, the Deutschlandstipendium and others.
She is a scholarship holder of the association "Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now” in Lübeck and Hamburg, playing with various chamber music ensembles.
She is a member of the Muserecordia festival, which supports Romanian underprivileged children.
Jelizaveta Vasiljeva has been a member of the non-profit agency ''music@cetera'' since 2019.
In December 2020 she appeared on Arte TV together with the renowned violinist Daniel Hope, Dorothea and Philipp Schupelius for the show “Hope@Home”.
In 2021 she was musical director of the project "The Ice Melts" in cooperation with the "music@cetera" and the climate researcher Arved Fuchs, performing with the "ClassicPeople Quintet".
In January 2022 she won the “Fanny Mendelsohn Preis” in Hamburg as a duo together with the violinist Dorothea Schupelius.
She took part in various masterclasses with professors such as Prof. Bernd Goetzke, Prof. Markus Groh, Prof. Dina Yoffe, Prof. Konstantin Lifschitz, Prof. Arkady Sevidov, Prof. Einar Steen- Nøkleberg, Prof. Evgenij Korolov, Prof. Michail Voskresensky.
Trio Konzert mit Dominik Wagner und Mathias Well
June 3, 2023, 17:00 Uhr 
Schloss Elmau
In Elmau 2,82493 Krün

Sonntagsmatinee im Mendelssohn-Haus Leipzig
Sonntag, 25. Juni, 11:00 Uhr
Mendelssohn-Haus Leipzig
Goldschmidtstraße 12
04103 Leipzig

Werke von Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy und Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Dorothea Schupelius, Violine
Jelizaveta Vasiljeva, Klavier

mit der  Geigerin Dorothea Schupelius 
Dienstag , June 27, 19.30 Uhr
Ballhaus Wedding
Wriezener Str. 6,

SHMF: Musikfest Emkendorf »Draußen im Grünen«
Samstag, 22. Juli 2023, 13:00 Uhr
Gut Emkendorf
Gutshof 3
24802 Emkendorf
Im Zuge des SHMF spielen Dorothea Schupelius (Geige) und Jelizaveta Vasiljeva (Klavier) open air im idyllischen Emkendorf.

Classic en Provence
Donnerstag, 14. - Sonntag, den 17. September 2023
Lou Calen
83570 Cotignac

Festival der Preisträger
Freitag, 1. September, 19:30 Uhr
Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
Platz d. Deutschen Einheit 4 
20457 Hamburg

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