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Anton Mordasov came to international attention in 1990 when he won a gold medal at the Rachmaninov Piano Competition and a bronze medal at the IX Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition both in Moscow. He was a student of Tatiana Nikolayeva and Sergei Dorensky at the Moscow State Conservatoire. In 1996 Anton won a gold medal at the World Piano Competition in Cincinnati Ohio and was the top prize winner at the Montreal International Piano Competition. Anton received his Artist Diploma from TCU in 2001 where he was under the tutelage of Dr. Tamas Ungar. In the 1990s he appeared in over 300 performances in Switzerland, England, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Japan, the United States, Canada, Spain, France, Portugal, Netherlands, and Russia. These performances included such venues as New York’s Carnegie Hall, London’s Royal Festival Hall, Milan’s Sala Verdi, Munich’s Herkules Hall, Montreal’s Place des Arts, The Great Hall of Moscow Conservatoire, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth as well as New York’s Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center.   Anton is currently on the faculty of the Music Institute of North Texas and maintains a private piano studio at his home in Lewisville, TX. 

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