Nadezda Pisareva learned music at the Central Music School under Tamara Koloss till 2005, then at the Tchaikowsky Conservatory under Sergey Dorensky till 2010, when a full scholarship from DAAD enabled her to move to Berlin and study at the University of the Arts under Professor Klaus Hellwig. In 2013/2014 Nadezda is Artist in Residence in Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth in Belgium.
Nadezda Pisareva has won prizes in competitions in the Czech Republic, France, and Spain and in 2010 won the silver medal and chamber music prize in the prestigious Scottish International Piano Competition in Glasgow.
As a soloist and chamber musician Nadezda Pisareva has appeared widely not only in Russia but also in Germany, France, Holland, Japan, and Canada. She has performed with BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under Martyn Brabbins, with the violinist Daniel Bell, cellist Andreas Brantelid and with Brodsky, Casals and Faust Quartets.
Festivals featuring Nadezda Pisareva have included the Enghen-les-Bains Piano Festival in France (2008), the Mosel Music Festival in Germany (2012) and the Aurora Chamber Music Festival in Sweden (2012). Her performances have been broadcasted by Celtic Music Radio, Polskie Radio 1 and Radio Canada. Nadezda Pisareva's first CD with works by Robert Schumann was released in 2013.