The cellist Anastasia Feruleva was born in 1992 in Arkhangelsk, Russia. She has performed
in her native country from early childhood on, and her concert engagements have taken her since also to Norway, Finland, Germany, Italy, France, Belgium, Romania and the Netherlands, where she has finished her bachelor degree with Larissa Groeneveld at the Royal
Conservatoire in The Hague with 10 with distinction. In February 2018 she has finished her master studies cum laude with Troels Svane at the Hochshule für Musik Hanns Eisler in
As a soloist, Anastasia has performed works of Dvorak, Lalo, Tchaikovsky, Brahms and Vivaldi with orchestras in the Netherlands,Germany and Russia.
Anastasia has been awarded prizes in various competitions from a very early age. Recently she has been awarded the second prize and a prize for the best interpretation of the
commissioned work on the National Cello Biennale competition in Amsterdam. . She has gained her orchestra experience with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Netherlands Philharmonic/Netherlands Chamber Orchestra.
She plays a cello by Rombouts (1710), which has been given to her on loan.