From the 20-22 of January, superstar Ukrainian pianist Anna Fedorova will join Absolute Classics for three solo concerts.
The mini tour will see Anna perform works by Beethoven, De Falla and Mussorgsky at Netherby Hall, Longtown (Friday 20 Jan 6:30pm), The Cochran Hall, Kirkcudbright (Saturday 21 Jan 7:30pm) and The Bridge, Dumfries (Sunday 22 Jan 2:30pm).
Friday 20 Jan 6:30pm Netherby Hall, Longtown
Saturday 21 Jan 7:30pm Cochran Hall, Kirkcudbright
Sunday 22 Jan 2:30pm The Bridge, Dumfries
Tickets: www.absoluteclassics.co.uk or Midsteeple box office
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Anna has been completely dedicated to organising benefit concerts for the victims of the war. With several friends and well-known musicians, she has raised well over 500,000 euros for humanitarian aid organisations.
Anna regularly performs at the world’s most prestigious concert halls including the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, New York’s Carnegie Hall & Lincoln Centre, Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo, London’s Barbican Centre, and the Royal Albert Hall. Her live recording of Rachmaninov’s 2nd Piano Concerto has been viewed more than 35 million times on YouTube, making it the most watched classical concerto on the platform.
Anna Fedorova graduated from the Lysenko School of Music in Kyiv with Borys Fedorov and the Accademia Pianistica in Imola, Italy, with Leonid Margarius. She received her master’s degree and Artist Diploma at the Royal College of Music, London, under the guidance of Norma Fisher.