…”She is a soloist by nature but also a fine chamber musician always ready for new challenges…”-Hans Pålsson.
Pianist Julia Sigova has received wide acclaim for her powerful performance,her poetic interpretations and her innovative programming across a wide repertoire ,which often includes lesser-known works from the Russian and Romantic repertoire.
Since Ms.Sigova's debut with The Malmö Symphony Orchestra in 2010,she has become one of the leading female concert pianists in Scandinavia.She has been invited to perform at many prestigious festivals and venues worldwide including La Biennale in Venice,Societa dei Concerti in Milano,Satie Festival in Paris,Britt Music Festival in Medford,Båstad Chamber Music Festival and Music in Tagaborg in Sweden,St.Martin in the Fields in London among others.Musicians and conductors with whom Ms.Sigova has performed include Håkan Hardenberger,Susanne Resmark,Mats Rondin,Marc Soustrot and others.
Julia Sigova has received many awards and scholarships ,being awarded the prize as the Best Pianist in the Öresund region in 2008,and being designated as the Best Female Classical Artist in Sweden by Fredrika Bremmer Foundation in 2011.
In December 2018 Julia released her debut album "Russian Piano Music" (Classical Dal Vivo) featuring an innovative program of works for solo piano by Tchajkovsky,Rachmaninov,Prokofiev and Shchedrin.
Born in Minsk, Belarus, Julia showed an early musical talent, beginning to play piano at the age of 6. After finishing Glinka Music High School in Minsk she was invited to study at the Malmö Academy of Music in Sweden, completing her Soloist Diploma with prof. Hans Pålsson,and subsequently studying at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki. She continues her education as a soloist under the guidance of prof. Konstantin Bogino in Bergamo and prof.Norma Fisher in London.
In addition to her performance career,Ms.Sigova is deeply comitted to music education, and is Founder of the International Piano School "Sigova PianoForte" in Malmö,Sweden.