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“Poetic and fresh.Love the message of this song and you have done it in an effective and beautiful way that I haven’t heard before. ”

Nataliya's Song " Inside Out " Song Evaluation - Great American Song Contest

“Nataliya,your words are graceful and beautiful.Very poetic,majestic,not an easy feat. Strong lyrics with good imagery and emotion.Good job of creating piece that is moving and not typical. ”

Nataliya's “Fairytales” Song Evaluation - Great American Song Contest

“Nataliya Medvedovskaya, an award-winning star graduate of the St. Petersburg Conservatory that Rachmaninov attended 110 years earlier.”

“The most significant addition was an amazingly mature Quartet No. 1 by Natalya Medvedovskaya, who wrote it at age 18.Only eight minutes long, the piece has a tight, arching structure, good ideas that are bounced around the instruments and a restless, dramatic temperament.”

“Nataliya Medvedovskaya, a composer member of NYCC, performed on piano with her usual virtuosity. ”

David Katz about Arts NYCC Spring Concert at St.Peter's Church at Lexington Ave - The "New York Stringer Magazine"

“Nataliya Medvedovskaya, whose piano performance in the October benefit concert was one of the standout moments, presented four sections from her piece Pantomimes. Humorous and evocative, and bearing the titles Alarm in an Anthill, Waltz of the Poisonous Mushrooms, Tiptoeing Invisible Beings and Tango of Octopi, these charming numbers were illuminated by… the always impressive pianism of the composer. Concert of New Music at the Thalia at Symphony Space ”

David Katz - The"New York Stringer" Magazine

“Nataliya Medvedovskaya will turn your wildest dreams into a musical extravaganza designed especially for your hungry ears. ”

“Nataliya Medvedovskaya provides a sensitive and idiomatic accompaniment. ”

“…Nataliya Medvedovskaya, a young genius pianist-composer who’s one of the very few accompanists able to match Svetlana’s power and drama. ”

“Russian-American composer Nataliya Medvedovskaya's cinematic "First Snow " proved to be a vivid and apt work for the global warming era – she misses her home country's ever-present winter snow. She described it to the audience beforehand as a cold piece, and as much as it relies on astringent atonalities, the way it tracks a winter storm – or two – is often unabashedly amusing.”

“About the"Arts" New York Composers Circle Benefit Concert at Steinway Hall,NY ...Nataliya Medvedovskaya was the pianist. Ms. Medvedovskaya turned in a brilliant performance, with dexterity and incredible dynamic control.”

David Katz - The"New York Stringer" Magazine

“Nataliya Medvedovskaya...was the next composer. Watch this name.”

Robert G.Newman - Charleston Daily Mail