Natalia RojcovscaiaChisinau, MD
Natalia Rojcovscaia is a composer, pianist, conductor, pedagogue, linguist, interpreter, writer, librettist, actress, painter and sound director.
Natalia Rojcovscaia is a member of the Union of Composers and Musicologists of Moldova, a member of the Composers Union of the Russian Federation, a Board member of the International Alliance for Women in Music (IAWM), a member of the American Composers Forum. She is a laureate of national and international competitions, a participant of the international festivals. Natalia Rojcovscaia is the President of the Guild of Young Art Creators.
Natalia Rojcovscaia graduated from the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts, Republic of Moldova.
Natalia is a pianist-diplomate of the national Young Performers Competition, organized by the Union of Composers and Musicologists of Moldova.
In July 2007 Natalia participated as a composer in the II-th International Festival of Contemporary Music “Music Marine Fest” (Ukraine, Odessa).
She is a constant participant in the annual International Festival of Contemporary Music “Zilele Muzicii Noi” (“The Days of New Music”) in Chisinau.
Since 2008 Natalia is a member of the Union of Composers and Musicologists of Moldova.
She was the laureate of the Polish Competition of Composers “A. Mickiewicz”, conducted by the Polish Embassy and the Polish Society in Moldova (2009).
In 2010 and 2011 Natalia twice received the diploma in internal composer competitions, organized by the Union of Composers and Musicologists of Moldova in categories “Chamber Music” and “Symphonic Works”.
In 2010 Natalia was one of the winners of the International Competition of Scores, organized by the Orchestra Unleashed (USA, California, Hollywood). On September 11th, 12thof the same year, in the “El Portal” Theatre, passed two concerts, which was filled with her music.
In 2017 Natalia graduated with a Master’s Degree in translation–interpretation of English from Institute of International Relations of Moldova.
In January 2019, Natalia Rojcovscaia became a member of the International Alliance for Women in Music and since October of this year she became a member of IAWM Board.
Natalia Rojcovscaia joined the Composers Union of the Russian Federation on July 4, 2019.
Since the spring of 2019 Natalia Rojcovscaia is the President of the Guild of Young Art Creators.
In December 2019, Natalia was honored to join the American Composers Forum.
Music by composer Natalia Rojcovscaia is on the air of radio stations around the world: the USA, Canada, the Netherlands, Africa, Moldova and others.
Natalia Rojcovscaia’s creativity covers many genres and forms of both Art Music (ensemble, orchestral, major choral, musical and dramatic) and Electronic Studio Music. She also works in such areas as film music, music for television programs, and theater performances.
There are many publications on her compositional and scientific activities. A number of her own articles have been published.
Many documentaries, television programs and interviews with Natalia were shot, where she was presented in the role of composer, pianist and actress.
Natalia’s artworks were published in the magazines of Moldova and Germany.
She is the author of the ArtWay method of learning English through the Musical Art, as well as new methods of teaching musical-theoretical disciplines in synthesis with the exact sciences, philosophy, literature, etc., which she successfully applies in her practice.
Philosophy of Miracle – Natalia Rojcovscaia (W. Shakespeare “The Tempest”)
Symphonic Poem “Philosophy of Miracle” by Natalia Rojcovscaia based on the play by W. Shakespeare “The Tempest”.
This composition is the Diploma work of Natalia Rojcovscaia and winner of the International Competition of Scores, organized by the Orchestra Unleashed (USA, CA, Los Angeles, Hollywood).
«To see a world in a grain of sand
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour.»
William Blake “Auguries of Innocence”
Sympho-Suite “Master and Margarita”. Part I – Natalia Rojcovscaia
Sympho-Suite “Master and Margarita” based on the novel of the same name by M. Bulgakov for two solo violins, piano, children’s and youth choir, orchestra and actors (2019). Part I