Nadia LASSERSSON (B.Mus (London), ARAM, GRSM, CRCM-London) graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London. Winner of the Manns Prize.
A highly appreciated soloist and chamber music player, she is the guest of numerous festivals in England, Germany, Croatia, Cyprus. Among her recordings is Mendelssohn’s little known Concerto for violin and piano with violinist Peter Fisher.
Teaches in two conservatories in London and also as a private teacher.
Founder of the only Piano Quartet in England “Piano 4” better known by the current name “The New London Piano Quartett” with a repertoire of 32 works! Author of “Piano doesn’t need to be lonely” (3rd edition!) including the entire directory for groups of pianists.
Nadia provides the general secretariat for EPTA, an association founded by her mother, Carola Grindea, in 1978.