Welcome to the new website of Anna Serova
A unique figure on the international scene both as soloist and chamber musician, the violist Anna Serova has several compositions dedicated to her in recent years by some of the most important contemporary composers. In fact, by writing for her they have created a new genre in composition uniting the form of the concert piece with the action of an opera.| More |
Anna Serova's interview for "La Repubblica" among the 100 italian women who make a difference
Anna Serova in the Pollaiolo project.
Untill 19 January 2015 at Poldi Pezzoli Museum - Milano (Italy)
Anna Serova in Russian and Mexican Premieres of Viola Tango Rock Concerto
28.03.2014 - OMSK (Russia)
03.04.2014 - MONTERREY (Mexico)
Anna Serova in Brahms Quartets, op.26 & 60 with Domenico Nordio - violin, Alexander Hülshoff- cello, Filippo Faes - piano
10 October 2013 VERONA (Italy), Teatro Filarmonico
7 October 2013 ZAGREB (Croatia), Lisinski Hall
Soloist with HRT - Croatian Radiotelevision Simphony Orchestra
Nicola Guerini - conductor
music by Pigovat, Tchaikovsky, Schostakovich
Anna Serova in charity evening in Crema
Palazzo Terni De Gregory recital viola - piano with Jenny Borgatti Music by Schubert, Vitali, Piazzolla June 14th 2013, 8.30pm
"Les Violons Du Roi" in Cremona
Anna Serova plays the 1615 Amati Viola "La Stauffer" in Cremona, on the 10th of March 2013...
Hindemith's "Der Schwanendreher" in Auditorium Conciliazione, (Rome,Italy)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma,
dir. Jesus Medina
28th, 29th of April 2013 | More |
Anna Serova's New CD release:
Anna Serova plays the 1615 Amati Viola "La Stauffer"
Music by Bottesini, Paganini, Wieniawsky, Vitali, Bruch, Vieuxtemps, Fauré, Paganini
Jenny Borgatti - piano
Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra, Filippo Faes - conductor
Anna Serova is a testimonial for END POLIO NOW
by Rotary International
I'm so honored to take part in the World's Biggest Commercial END POLIO NOW by Rotary International. The fight to end polio is led by the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, which includes Rotary International, UNICEF, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and governments of the world, with the support of many others around the globe.