Anna Vinnitskaya is among an ever-growing amount of super-virtuoso pianists to possess won a significant competition and followed having a string of acclaimed debut concerts and recordings. Her triumph in the 2007 Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels positioned her inside a field where getting elbow room is definitely a daunting problem; yet her outcomes with critics and open public alike have regularly augured continued achievement. Her magnificent technique and interpretive depth enable her to convincingly perform a variety of repertory, from functions by J.S. Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven to Rachmaninov, Medtner, and Prokofiev. She’s often performed modern music, aswell, including functions by Sofia Gubaidulina and Miguel Gálvez-Taroncher. Vinnitskaya offers collaborated with such conductors as Dutoit, Fedoseyev, Krivine, and Yoel Levi, and with main orchestras: the Moscow SO, Berlin Radio SO, Israel SO, Munich Philharmonic, while others. Vinnitskaya’s recordings can be found from Naïve. Anna Vinnitskaya was created in Novorossiysk, Russia, on August 4, 1983. Her parents had been also pianists; her mom began providing her lessons from age group six. 1995 was a pivotal yr for youthful Anna: she earned the International Junoshenki Competition and her family members relocated to Rostov-on-Don, where she started research with Sergei Ossipenko in the Rachmaninov Conservatory. From 2001, she researched in the Hochschule für Musik in Hamburg with Ralf Nattkemper and, from 2002, with Evgeny Koroliov. In 2002 Vinnitskaya earned first reward in the Jaèn Competition in Spain. 2 yrs later on she garnered another competition triumph, that one in Hamburg in the Elise Meyer Competition. While she completed 4th in the International Ferruccio Busoni Competition in 2005, it had been her Queen Elizabeth Competition success two years afterwards that demonstrated her watershed accomplishment. Jurors there have been specifically impressed by her last-round shows from the Beethoven Sonata No. 13 as well as the complicated Prokofiev Second Concerto. Vinnitskaya implemented her success with a complete slate of concerts, including performances at many of the leading celebrations: the Verbier Celebration, Rheingau Music Celebration, as well as the Piano Celebration of La Roque d’Anthéron. On the 2008 Schleswig-Holstein Music Celebration Vinnitskaya was the receiver of the Leonard Bernstein Award. Vinnitskaya’s initial documenting, a critically acclaimed Compact disc of solo functions by Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Medtner, and Gubaidulina was released by Naïve in ’09 2009. That same calendar year she became a member of the faculty on the Hochschule für Musik in Hamburg. Her second Compact disc was released this year 2010, a disk from the Prokofiev Second and Ravel G main concertos.