Elizaveta Frolova belongs to the up coming new generation of pianists. Born in Moscow on July 14th in 1990, she received her first piano lessons at the age of six. In 2005 she entered the Academic Music College under the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in the class of Vera Choroshina, who had herself been a student of the Heinrich Neuhaus. In 2009 she graduated with distinction from the College and joined the class of Jacques Rouvier at the National Superior Conservatory of Paris for Music and Dance. Elizaveta participated in master-classes with many world-renowned professors, including Dmitriy Bashkirov, Dominique Merlet, Emanuelle Krasovsky, Giovanni Bellucci. Elizaveta is a winner of various international piano competitions such as Maria Yudina International Piano Competition (Russia), Yakov Flier International Piano Competition (Russia), International Piano Competition in Monrond-les-Bains (France), Nicolai Rubinstein International Piano Competition (France). She won the first prize at Alexander Scriabin International Piano Competition (France), Berlin International Piano Competition (Germany), International Piano Competition in Vulaines-sur-Seine (France), Mayenne International Piano Competition (France), International Piano Competition Citta di Airola (Italy). In recognition of her artistic and scholarly accomplishments Elizaveta was awarded several scholarships. In 2008 she obtained the Grant of the President of Russia Vladimir Poutine. Elizaveta also enjoys chamber music collaborations. In 2008 she was a prizewinner of the International Duo Competition in Sweden. In 2011 Elizaveta entered the chamber music class in Paris Conservatory (Prof. Philippe Bernolde) with Raphael Severe and Ji young Yun. Elizaveta is frequently invited to classical music international festivals. Her performances have been broadcast on television and radio in Russia, Italy, France, Poland and Sweden. In 2012 she was a guest at Gaelle Le Galick’s classical music program «Generation Young Interpreters» on Radio France.