Neustroeva Yana

Yana Neustroeva was born in Novosibirsk in 1980. When Yana was four years old she began to study violin at the Special Music School at the Novosibirsk State Conservatory. When she was 12 years old she continued her education at the Moscow Gnesin Music Lyceum  in class of  Fihtengolts. In 2003 Yana Neustroeva graduated from the Moscow Conservatory (class of Professor Z.Shihmurzaevoy).

In 2002, Yana  won a Tartini Prize at the Summer Festival in Pirano (Slovenia) . Tartini for the best concert of Mozart.

In December 2002 Yana won the competition to place first concertmaster of the Slovenian Philharmonic. She collaborated with conductors  Alun Francis, Heinz Holliger, James Freeman.

Yana Neustroeva has been performed as a soloist and in collaboration with different chamber ensembles in Italy, Slovenia, Germany, Switzerland, Russia. 

Yana collaborated with musicians: Arvid Engegard, Robert Aitken, Boris Andrianov, Igor Fedorov, Zoria Shihmurzaeva,Mikhail Utkin, Andrey Garin, Christiane Iven, Steven Davislim and Slovenian quintet "SLowind".

In 2004, Yana Neustroeva funded the Creative Association of  Young Musicians.

Since 2007, Yana has been performed as both artist and soloist of  the Moscow Chamber Orchestra Musica Viva.