Anna Fedorova

pianist

Ukrainian pianist Anna Fedorova has performed with leading ensembles including the Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic, Tokyo Symphony, Yomiuri Orchestra, Russian National Orchestra, Utah Symphony, Dallas Symphony, Hong Kong Philharmonic, and the Netherlands Philharmonic, and at the world’s most prestigious concert halls, such as the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Carnegie Hall, Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, Tonhalle Zürich, Paris’s Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo, and many others. She is a regular guest at leading music festivals, such as Verbier and Menuhin Festivals in Switzerland, Stift Music Festival in the Netherlands, Festival de Sintra in Portugal, and Ravinia Festival in the United States. In July 2022, she will perform at the opening of the Verbier Festival with Maestro Gianandrea Noseda and the Verbier Festival Orchestra, and she will make her debut at the international piano festival La Roque d’Anthéron.

In 2018, she signed with Channel Classics Records, with whom she has released six albums, including Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the St. Gallen Symphony Orchestra and the duo album Silhouettes with violist Dana Zemtsov. In March 2022, she and Interartists Amsterdam organized a charity concert with members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, cellist Maya Fridman, and percussionist Konstantyn Napolov, raising €111,000 in humanitarian aid for the victims of the war in Ukraine. Since then, she has performed more than 20 benefit concerts in March and April 2022, raising more than €500,000.

She recently joined double bassist Nicholas Santagelo Schwartz to establish the Davidsbündler Music Academy in The Hague. Before the Academy’s doors officially open in September 2022, the Davidsbündler Foundation has already started to provide top-quality musical education to Ukrainian refugees who have fled to the Netherlands. She is a graduate of the Lysenko School of Music in Kyiv with Borys Fedorov and the Accademia Pianistica in Imola, Italy, with Leonid Margarius. She received her master’s degree and artist diploma at the Royal College of Music, London, under the guidance of Norma Fisher. Her mentors include Alfred Brendel, Menahem Pressler, Steven Isserlis, and András Schiff.

(photo: Marco Borggreve)