Anna Volovitch performs as a soloist and chamber musician in the USA, Europe and Asia. Her versatile repertoire encompasses a wide variety of styles, from baroque to contemporary music, and her elegant yet powerful touch is widely appreciated by audiences around the world. She received her first piano lessons at the age of six at the Kazan Music School for gifted children in Russia. Anna graduated with distinction from the Kazan State Conservatory in the class of Professor Elfiya Burnasheva, and received an artist's certificate from Azusa Pacific University in California, USA. She graduated with honors from the Longy School of Music, Boston, MA, where she studied with Randall Hodgkinson. In Vienna she studied privately with Prof. Franz Zettl and occasionally works with one of the pianist's Grand Seigneurs, Paul Badura-Skoda. Throughout her career, Anna Volovitch has won top prizes in numerous national and international competitions in various countries and has participated in some of the top
competitions in the world, such as the International Tchaikovsky Competition, Cleveland International Piano Competition, and Queen Elisabeth International Piano Competition. These many accomplishments helped Anna perform as a soloist with various orchestras in the US and Europe as well as offer piano recitals in Austria, Belgium, England, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic, Spain, Denmark, Russia, the USA, Colombia, Ecuador, Japan and Indonesia gave. Anna's career highlights include: Liszt Festival Raiding, concert tour to China, solo performances with 23rd Piano Concerto in A major, KV 488 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto N.1 with the Junge Philharmonie Wien, RadioKlassik (Vienna), 49th International Music Festival "Sofia Music Weeks" and in April 2017 her solo debut at the famous Vienna Musikverein (Tasten.Lauf cycle).
Anna Volovitch has been an official Bösendorfer artist since 2019.