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Anna Vinnitskaya
Russian Federation
Anna Vinnitskaya was born in Novorossijsk, into a family of musicians. She got her first piano lessons at the age of six and played her first full solo recital at the age of nine. After studies at the Sergei Rachmaninoff Conservatory in Rostov-on-Don with Sergey Osipenko, Anna Vinnitskaya began studying with Evgeni Koroliov at the Hamburg University of Music and Theater in 2002. She was appointed professor of piano there herself in 2009. In 2008, she has received the “Leonard Bernstein Award” 2008 of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival.

As a soloist Anna Vinnitskaya regularly performs with renowned orchestras such as the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, NHK Symphony Orchestra, Royal Phiharmonic Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Radio Symphony Orchestras of Hamburg, Stuttgart, and Berlin, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra. She collaborates with conductors Andrey Boreyko, Alan Buribayev, Charles Dutoit, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Marek Janowski, Dimitri Jurowski, Emmanuel Krivine, Louis Langrée, Yoel Levi, Andris Nelsons, Kyrill Petrenko, Krzysztof Urbański, Juraj Valcuha and Gilbert Varga.

In 2009, her debut album was published on the French label naïve, featuring works by Rachmaninov, Gubaidulina, Medtner, and Prokofiev. This recording was awarded the “Diapason d’Or” as well as the “Choc du Mois” by Classica Magazine. In 2010 Anna Vinnitskaya’s first orchestral CD followed. As soloist of the Deutsches Sinfonieorchester Berlin conducted by Gilbert Varga she recorded Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2 and Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G major. This album earned her an ECHO Klassik award in October 2011. In March 2012, she presented her third CD with several masterpieces of Maurice Ravel such as Miroirs, and Gaspard de la nuit. It was immediately awarded the “Diapason d’Or” award.

Her latest recording was released by the label Alpha Classic in summer 2015. Her first recording for this label is devoted to one of her repertories of choice: the concertos of Shostakovich. For this recording, Anna Vinnitskaya was surrounded by partners of the front rank: the Kremerata Baltica and the wind players of the Staatskapelle Dresden.
Concert Prelude to the National Holiday 2011Soloist
Closing concert piano 2007Soloist
Final 2007: Anna VinnitskayaSoloist
Semi-final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya - concertoSoloist
Semi-final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya - récitalSoloist
First round 2007: Anna VinnitskayaSoloist
PIANO 2007First prize - Queen Elisabeth International Grand Prize
Semi-final 2003: Anna Vinnitskaya - recitalSoloist
Semi-final 2003: Anna Vinnitskaja - concertoSoloist
Final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya
Ludwig van Beethoven : Sonata n. 13 in E flat major op. 27/1
Final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya
Miguel Gálvez-Taroncher : La Luna y la Muerte (ONB, Gilbert Varga)
Final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya
Sergey Prokofiev : Concerto n. 2 in G minor op. 16 (ONB, Gilbert Varga)
Semi-final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya - récital
Johannes Brahms : Variations on a Theme by Paganini op. 35 I (Variations on a Theme by Paganini op. 35)
Semi-final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya - récital
Kris Defoort : Dedicatio VI
Semi-final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya - récital
Maurice Ravel : Ondine, Le gibet, Scarbo (Gaspard de la nuit)
Semi-final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya - concerto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Concerto n. 20 in D minor KV 466
Semi-final 2007: Anna Vinnitskaya - récital
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Sonata n. 7 in C major KV 309 (Piano Sonatas)
Semi-final 2003: Anna Vinnitskaja - concerto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Concerto n. 23 in A major KV 488
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