About Anastasiia Mazurok
Described as "spellbinding" by Northwest Music Scene, Anastasiia Mazurok is an award-winning violinist, GEWA official artist, and Rockefeller Foundation Fellow at the Juilliard School.
A native of Saint Petersburg, Russia, Anastasiia gave her concerto debut with orchestra at the age of thirteen. She went on to graduate with honors from the Rimsky Korsakov Musical College and received her bachelor's degree as a Garrigues award winner from Boyer College of Music, studying under Dr. Eduard Schmieder. She recently obtained her master's degree as the Rockefeller foundation and Irene Diamond fellow at The Juilliard School, under Masao Kawasaki, Sylvia Rosenberg, and Rohan de Silva.
In her young career, Anastasiia has won top prize at The Petersburgian Spring International Competition of the Arts as well as the Georgy Sviridov International competition.
She was also named the winner of the Russian Federation government's Young Talents award and featured in Strings Magazine as a "Rising Star." She has received multiple scholarships for her musical talent.
Ms. Mazurok has performed extensively throughout Russia, the United States, Japan, France, and Austria. She's toured with multi-platinum, Grammy winning trumpeter/composer Chris Botti, performing to sold out crowds across the USA and Asia. She also served as the leading soloist for the movie Protégé and has collaborated with notable companies like Logitech, Warner Music Records, Tonation Apparel, and more.