Natalia debuted as a solo performer on professional stage with Rostov Symphony Orchestra at the age of 11. She became a winner of multiple national competitions in South Federal Region of Russia. Her legendary teacher Elena Litvinova toured all over the country with her students giving concerts, lectures and master classes and Natalia was one of her prodigy. Later on at the age of 15 Natalia received the “Governor’s Prize” as a talented musician. In 2006 Natalia graduated from Rostov State Conservatory which is included in top three musical academies in Russia. Her teachers were Vladimir Daych, Oleg Barsov and Elena Chaplina. During her doctoral study Natalia actively toured and participated in international competitions and festivals.
Natalia’s concert career includes tours in Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Austria, Russia and United States. She got the 3rd Prize and Bronze Medal at VII International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition in New England (Boston, MA), 1st Prize and the title of a “Golden Talent” at the 1st D. D. Shostakovich’s International Chamber Music Competition (Moscow, Russia). She was also the finalist at the 1st N. Rubinstein’s Open Chamber Music Competition (Moscow).
Natalia was awarded scholarships from Alexander Glazunov Foundation (Munich, 2009), the Johannes Brahms Society (Portschach, 2009), and the “Russian Performing Art” Foundation (Moscow, 2008) among others. She participated in a number of chamber music festivals in Portschach (Austria), Odessa (Ukraine), Moscow and Rostov-on-Don (Russia).
Natalia Bezuglova is a Russian-born pianist residing in USA.