Anna Fedorova was born in 1990 into a musician family in Kiev, Ukraine; this is where she starts learning the piano from the age of five. She shows very quickly a musical maturity and technical qualities out of the ordinary that will seduce many audiences around the world. The critics first compared Anna Fedorova’s style to the one of the early days of Alicia de Larrocha and Martha Argerich; it is true that one is impressed by his soft modesty combined with a wild expressiveness, with a particular attention paid to the sound. Anna Fedorova already has an impressive career that has allowed her to play in the most prestigious cinemas in Europe, North and South America: the Great Hall of the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Palace of Fine Arts and the Hall Nezahualcoyotl of Mexico City, the Colon Theater of Buenos Aires, the Tonhalle of Zurich, the Warsaw Philharmonic, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan …
Some of the major festivals she has performed on include The International Keyboard Festival and Institute in New York, Arthur Rubinstein Piano Festival in Lodz, The International Piano Festival in Trieste, The Orpheum Music Festival in Zurich … In March 2009, Anna Fedorova Performing at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw the premiere of Rachmaninoff / Warenberg’s 5th Piano Concerto, an arrangement of Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony with the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra conducted by Martin Panteleev: the success is huge. His recent appearances as a soloist have been with the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Alejo Perez, the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra led by Howard Griffiths, the Philharmonic of Nations led by Justus Franz, the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico , the Slovak Sinfonietta, the Ukrainian National Orchestra conducted by Volodymyr Sirenko, and many others … Anna Fedorova has won 14 prizes in international piano competitions: the First Prize of International Rubinstein In Memoriam piano competition (Poland 2009), the “Denis Antoine Prize” of the AVC Charity Foundation at the Piano Campus Competition in Pontoise in 2012, the 2nd Prize of the Frederic Chopin Competition in Narva (Estonia), the 1st prize of the Tbilisi International Young Pianists competition in Georgia, where she also received the Special Award for Best Competition Pianist, the Dorothy McKenzie Award from the International Keyboard Institute and Festival in New York, USA, for the years 2006, 2007 and 2008, the 2nd Prize and Special Prize Frédéric Chopin at the 4th Moscow International Frederick Chopin Competition for young pianists and most recently the 3rd Prize and the Audience Award at the International Piano Competition of Lyon.
In 2008, Anna Fedorova graduated from Lysenko Music College for gifted children in Kiev, Ukraine, in the class of Professor Boris Fedorov. Since 2008 she has been studying with Professor Leonid Margarius at the Imola International Piano Academy in Italy. Anna Fedorova’s recent performances on stage include a series of concerts in Japan with the Tokyo New City Orchestra, recitals at the Warsaw Philharmonic, a recital at the Salle Cortot in Paris in May 2012 and another at the Concertgebouw in Paris. Amsterdam. At the 2012 Piano Campus, Anna wins the Denis Antoine Award from the AVC Charity Foundation. In the summer of 2012, Anna Fedorova was able to improve with Alfred Brendel at the Academy of the Verbier Festival (Switzerland) of which she is the Laureate 2012. The last two seasons have been crucial for Anna Fedorova with many concerts in Poland, The Netherlands, Mexico, Switzerland, Carnegie Hall in New York and France: Paris-Vincennes, Pontoise, Lyon and many summer festivals where she was invited… Note that the video of her recording of Rachmaninoff’s second Piano Concerto, recorded live at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, has exceeded 6 million views on Youtube, an absolute record in the field! The 3rd Piano Concerto by Rchmaninoff follows the same path. The DiscAnnecY label has released Anna Fedorova’s first CD: a recital devoted to Brahms, Chopin, Liszt and celebrated at a very first great recital at the Théâtre de l’Athénée in Paris, which was sold out on this occasion. Many concerts with orchestra and recitals are scheduled in France, Great Britain, Netherlands, Brazil in the coming seasons.