Anna Fedorova, Piano

Chamber Music Management & PR

Anna Fedorova's playing is "unfailingly sensitive, poetic and tasteful” (Gramophone). From an early age, the Ukrainian-born pianist Anna Fedorova showed an innate musical maturity and amazing technical abilities. Her live recording of Rachmaninoff’s 2nd Piano Concerto has more than 35 million views on YouTube making it the most-viewed concerto video on the platform.

In addition to her busy performing schedule, Anna is devoted to raising funds through benefit concerts for the victims of the war in Ukraine. Together with her colleagues and friends, she raised well over 500,000 Euro for humanitarian aid organizations in March and April 2022 alone.

In July 2022 Anna performed the opening concert at the Verbier Festival with the Verbier Festival Orchestra and Gianandrea Noseda, and made her debut at the International Festival de Piano La Roque d’Anthéron. In July & August 2022, she will perform Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra, touring the main concert halls of Europe and the United States. These performances will play many of the season's major festivals, such as the BBC Proms, the Edinburgh Festival, The Aldeburgh Festival ending at the Kennedy Center.

In September 2022, Anna will return to her home base in the Netherlands for a week to officially open the Davidsbündler Music Academy in The Hague, which she founded together with her husband and bassist Nicholas Schwartz.

Anna Fedorova, Piano

“Between organizing and playing benefit concerts for Ukraine, helping refugees in the Netherlands with housing, instruments, education and income, starting up a new music academy in The Hague, recording albums with Channel Classics, having my parents live with me and my husband in Amsterdam, being on tour all the time, and having huge concerts in my diary such as the Opening Concert of the Verbier Festival and the Ukrainian Freedom Tour, I am very much looking forward to what season 2023/24 will bring for me. In this brochure you will find some of the chamber music projects that are most close to my heart, together with my dear friends Dana, Maja, Nicholas and Daniel.”