Anna Fedorova was born into a family of musicians in 1990 in Kiev, Ukraine, where she began to study piano at the age of five. Since then she has demonstrated an innate musical maturity and stunning technical abilities that have dazzled audiences around the world. “You are completely taken by surprise, compelled and astonished,” claim Critics who compare her musical style to that of Alicia de Larocca, hailing Ms. Fedorova's “sweet modesty and wild expression”.
Anna’s extensive concert career has taken her to some of the most prestigious halls in the world, including the famous Amsterdam Concertgebouw, The Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico City), and the Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires). Last February, Ms. Fedorova gave several performances at the II Arthur Rubinstein Festival in Lodz, Poland. Among her numerous solo performances at the Grote Hall of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw was the spectacular Dutch premier of the Rachmaninoff/Warenberg Symphony-Concerto, an arrangement of Rachmaninoff’s 2nd symphony for orchestra and piano solo. She has also had the joy of performing in many other countries like France, Germany, Austria, Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Azerbaijan, Greece, Switzerland, the United States, and Poland.
Other recent concerto engagements include the Camerata Amsterdam, the Orquestra Filarmonica de Buenos Aires with conductor Alejo Perez, the Philarmonia of the Nations under Justus Franz, the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Mexico with conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto, the Kiev Kamerata, and the Slovak Sinfonietta of Zilina under Martin Pantileev.
Anna Fedorova is the First Prize winner of the International Rubinstein “In Memoriam” piano competition (Poland 2009). She is also winner of the Dorothy McKenzie awards at the International Keyboard Institute and Festival (NY, USA, 2007, 2008), and has won numerous other international piano competition, including the Frederick Chopin competition in Narva (Estonia, 2004), the Tbilisi International Young Pianists competition (Georgia, 2005), and the Fourth Moscow International Frederick Chopin Competition for young pianists (Moscow, 2004).
In 2008 Anna Fedorova graduated from the Lysenko Musical College for Gifted Children (Kiev,
Ukraine, class of prof. Boris Fedorov). She currently studies with Prof. Leonid Margarius at the Accademia Pianistica Internazionale di Imola “Incontri col Maestro” in Italy. Highlights of her upcoming engagements include solo recitals at the International Keyboard Institute & Festival in New York, the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Tokyo New City Orchestra (conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto) and Mozart Piano Concerto in C, K467 at the famous Tonhalle in Zurich, Howard Griffiths conducting.