Alexandra MASSEI

Du August 2nd to 10th, 2020.

Concert pianist, piano teacher and graduate sophrologist, Alexandra
Massei teaches piano, pianistic ensemble and stage fright management at the Lyon Regional Conservatory.
She studied at the National Conservatory of Saint Petersburg and
at the CNSMD in Lyon. Alexandra Massei has received numerous awards from national and international competitions (“Flame”, City of Chatou, “Prix Teresa Llacuna”,
“Jeunes Talents” in Montrond-les-Bains, “Alchimia di Musica”, “Maria Yudina
Competition ”), she created in Lyon, in 2006, the Concerto for piano and orchestra by
Gilbert Amy, performed in recital at the Bayreuth Festival thanks to the grant
of the Wagner Society, participated in “the ensemble in residence” at the Festival de la
Roque d’Antheron as a chamber musician.
Passionate about the links between pedagogy and personal development, she
completes his skills and experience by training at the Institute of
Rhône-Alpes Sophrology. Since 2012, she works in this field which she completes
with his piano teacher activity by helping musicians to improve
their level of performance and manage their stage emotions. Alexandra Massei
leads workshops for musicians within the SOL and NEL networks (south west and
north west of Lyon), she works in companies, centers for
children and their parents, organize courses on stress management, self-confidence, preparation for examinations. She is regularly invited to give the
lectures on emotion management for musicians, daily efficiency,
preparing a goal. She led internships to support students
within CNSMD of Lyon, CRR of Toulon, CRR of Cannes, she intervened
for the CNFPT of Nantes within the framework proposed by Forémi (e-training intended
teachers of instrumental practices from the public sector).
Alexandra Massei forms a piano duo with pianist Alain Jacquon since
2017. They have performed successfully in festivals in France and abroad:
“Les Inouïs” in Arras, “Home” in Canton in China, “Artenetra” in Celle-sur-Belle,
“Musical Museum” in Grenoble, International Cultural Forum in
St. Petersburg in Russia to name the latters.