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“unfailingly sensitive, poetic and tasteful”


- Gramophone Magazine

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Anna Fedorova's playing is “unfailingly sensitive, poetic and tasteful, the phrases flexibly shaped even when the technical going gets tough (...) never forces her tone and never loses her cool” (Gramophone Magazine). 

 

From an early age, Ukrainian pianist Anna Fedorova showed an innate musical maturity and amazing technical abilities. Her live recording of Rachmaninoff’s 2nd Piano Concerto has been viewed more than 35 million times on YouTube, making it the most watched classical concerto on the platform.

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Anna has been completely dedicated to organizing benefit concerts for the victims of the war. Together with several friends and well-known musicians, she has raised well over 500,000 euros for humanitarian aid organizations in March and April 2022 alone.

 

In July 2022 Anna performed with the Verbier Festival Orchestra at the opening of the Verbier Festival and she will make her debut at the international piano festival La Roque d’Anthéron. In July & August 2022, Anna will perform Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra on several of the major stages of Europe and the US, including the at the BBC Proms in London, Lincoln Center in New York, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, and many more. Proceeds will go to the benefit of victims of the war in Ukraine.

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  • Scheveningen, The Netherlands | Beach Dinner Concert | Fundraiser for the Davidsbündler Music Academy
    30 sep. 18:00 – 01 okt. 22:00
    Beachclub Culpepper, 2586 HL The Hague, Netherlands
    A multi-course, multi-musical evening. Beachclub Culpepper and the Davidsbündler Academy organize a dinner concert, raising funds for scholarships for Ukrainian young talented musicians to study at the Davidsbündler Music Academy in The Hague.
  • The Netherlands | Amerongen Castle | Chamber Music Program
    01 okt. 20:00
    Amerongen, Kasteel Amerongen, 3958 BK Amerongen, Netherlands
    Olivier Patey, principal clarinet of the Concertgebouw Orchestra Diet Tilanus, violin Nicholas Santangelo Schwartz, double bassist Concertgebouw Orchestra and cellist
  • Germany | Koblenz | IMUKO | All Brahms Concert
    08 okt. 19:30
    Koblenz, Julius-Wegeler-Straße 4, 56068 Koblenz, Germany
    Marc Boushkov / Violine Blythe Engstroem / Viola Benedict Kloeckner / Violoncello Anna Fedorova / Klavier Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Klaviertrio H-Dur, op.8 Klavierquartett Nr.1 g-Moll op.25

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Guardian, 5 Stars from the BBC Proms

"laid-back virtuosity on tap"

Anna Fedorova bright star at La Roque d'Anthéron

Anna Fedorova étoile lumineuse à La Roque d’Anthéron

Anna makes a triumphant debut at the 2022 Verbier Festival

Anna Fedorova opens the festival with Rodion Shchedrin's 2nd Piano Concerto and the Verbier Festival Orchestra | French newspaper, Le Figaro: "La pianiste Anna Fedorova, vendredi, au concert d’ouverture du 29e Festival de Verbier"

Latest Album

SHAPING CHOPIN
Waltzes, Mazurkas, Nocturnes

Shaping Chopin is pianist Anna Fedorova’s 6th release on the Channel Classics label. The album features the music of Chopin that made her feel less lonely during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and will hopefully bring some consolidation and joy to you as well. The album’s cover art was created by Marcelle Schoenmaker during a live concert.

 

“The combination of the Channel Classics engineering and Fedorova’s patrician touch makes that single G-sharp which opens the piece one of the most beguiling single notes I’ve ever heard on a piano recording!”
- Chris Salocks, MusicWeb International

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On July 15, Anna Fedorova opened the Verbier Festival 2022 together with the Verbier Festival Orchestra and conductor Gianandrea Noseda. They performed Shchedrin's Piano Concerto No. 2. Here is a snippet of the third movement, recorded and broadcasted by medici.tv: