Alexandra Koreneva is a Russian harpsichordist and pianist, one of the brightest persons of the Moscow Conservatory, the creator of the popular Internet blog BAROQUE4YOU
She finds a source of great inspiration in the Baroque music and the historical performing practice. Today all possible ways of performing are open for her: some of the world-famous musicians are among her friends, her recordings start coming with the most reviewed labels, such as Naïve, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi and Berlin Classics.
As many musical critics say, any piece of music becomes a theatre play in Koreneva's fingers. No sooner had the story begun, than the audience was captivated by the variety of characters, motifs with their peculiar individuality, scarcely noticeable in an «ordinary» performing.
Alexandra Koreneva willingly plays with a great number of soloists.
Alexandra is equally eager to play harpsichord and hammerklavier.
And she is a pianist as well, because "she never gave it up, she just has no time for it now"
. Among her remarkable stage partners are the flutists Erik Bosgraaf, Carsten Eckert and the famous American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato. She participated in Joyce DiDonato's tour 2012-2015 all over Europe and Asia. Besides she is a constant participant of the ensembles Arsenale Sonoro and La Voce Strumentale.
Together with the violinist Boris Begelman and the Italian cellist Ludovico Minasi Alexandra recently recorded the violin sonatas of Telemann. The album was was highly valued by many European and American music-centered media.
Alexandra considers the tandem work with the academic musicians of the Moscow Soloists Chamber Ensemble
on the baton of Yury Bashmet (performing Bach's Brandenburg Concerto №5) to be a unique and successful project.
In November 2016, Alexandra Koreneva started her new Facebook project — blogging about Baroque music at BAROQUE4YOU
. In less than a year the blog has gathered more than 20.000 subscribers, has attracted big scale partners, and now it keeps moving forward at a stunning pace, unthinkable even for mass media!