Driven by her motto, “Passion Rules The Game” and described as “spellbinding” by Northwest Music Scene, Anastasiia Mazurok is an award-winning violinist, D’Addario artist and ambassador, GEWA official artist, TEDx speaker, and the Juilliard School alumnus (Rockefeller Foundation’s fellow).
A native of Saint Petersburg, Russia, Anastasiia made her concerto debut with orchestra at thirteen. She has performed extensively throughout Russia, the United States, France, and Austria.
Ms. Mazurok is touring the world with America’s largest-selling instrumental artist, renowned multiple Gold, Platinum, and Grammy-winning trumpeter-composer Chris Botti. Her sold-out performances alongside the jazz legend have gotten numerous positive reviews in media sources, calling her interpretations “delicate and elegant” and “nothing short of beautiful”.
As a featured soloist with Botti’s all-star band, Anastasiia performed in venues such as the Kleinhans Music Hall with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, PPG Arena in Pittsburg, The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center in Auburn, Alabama, and the famous Wilbur theater in Boston, MA.
In the Summer of 2020, Anastasiia began a partnership with the Chopin competition’s winner, Italian pianist Niccolo Ronchi. Together, they recorded “The Dragonfly Suite” for violin and piano with the orchestra, written by the UK’s most well-known composer and the British Empire Medal (BEM) recipient, Alan Hackshaw. In October 2022, Anastasiia had the honor of playing the 1745 Carcassi violin for her and Niccolo’s recitals in New York.
In 2021, Ms. Mazurok joined the international music sensation, Dallas String Quartet on their album “Love Always”. They charted as #2 on the Classical Crossover Album and the Classical Album Billboard charts.
Ms. Mazurok maintains a large social media following of over 200k people and accumulates millions of weekly news. Her social media success was covered by the sources like The Guardian, Classic FM, The Strings Magazine, etc. Anastasiia has collaborated with photographers, sound engineers, violinmakers, ensembles, and companies such as Blue Microphones, Logitech, Daniel Wellington, Henle Verlag, Medici TV, Impulse Records, Sudio Sweden, Twosetviolin, Soundbrenner, 92 Keys, and Warner Music Records.