Born in Ukraine in 1992, pianist Anna Dmytrenko has dedicated her life to music from a young age.
As a concert pianist, Anna has performed at such renowned venues as the Kimmel Center of Performing Arts, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Salle Cortot, Yamaha Salon, Steinway Hall, St James’s Piccadilly, and Temple Emanu-El.
Anna has won prizes in many international piano competitions – among them were first places at the Manhattan International Piano Competition, Dorothy MacKenzie Artist Recognition Competition, Viardo International Piano Competition, American Prize, and Bradshaw and Buono International Piano Competition. Anna was awarded the third prize at the New York International Piano Competition and was thus featured on the McGraw-Hill Companies Young Artists Showcase on WQXR radio and performed at the Salmagundi Club in New York. While studying in England for her Bachelor’s degree, she enjoyed performing both solo and chamber music around the UK in places such as St. Paul’s Bedford, Windsor Parish Church, St. Mary’s Perivale, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Steinway Hall, and Regent Hall, among others.
Through numerous master classes, Anna was very happy to receive guidance from famed pianists and teachers, including Sergei Babayan, Boris Berman, Alexander Braginsky, Akiko Ebi, Richard Goode, Gary Graffman, Klaus Hellwig, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Olga Kern, Piotr Paleczny, Yevgeny Sudbin, and Arie Vardi.
Anna began her studies at the Mariupol School of Music in Ukraine. Following her relocation to the United States, she furthered her musical education at the Delaware Music School as a pupil of David Brown and Jeanne Pascal. In 2004, Anna was admitted to The Juilliard School Pre-College Division to study under scholarship with Oxana Yablonskaya. Most recently, she has completed her studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London and received a Bachelor’s degree, under Christopher Elton. She is currently based in Berlin, Germany, where she is working on a Master’s degree at the University of the Arts with Pascal Devoyon.