A pianist of great eloquence and versatility, Dr. Anna Vinnitsky has established a diverse career as in-demand soloist, chamber musician and educator. She maintains an extensive performance schedule as orchestral soloist and recitalist across the United States, Israel and Western Europe, performing at such iconic venues as Carnegie Hall, Chicago’s Orchestra Hall, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Merkin Hall, Tenri Cultural Center, as well as Auditorium Haifa.
Additionally, Dr. Vinnitsky enjoys a varied career as a collaborative artist, performing regularly with international soloists as well as the members of The New York Philharmonic and Metropolitan Opera Orchestras. When not in a concert hall, Ms. Vinnitsky is immersed in composing and arranging. A world premier of her newly composed Sonata for Clarinet and Piano will take place in April, 2021 in New York City.
As a passionate advocate of music education Anna has served on the piano faculty of the Kaufman Center’s Lucy Moses School and is a founder of Westchester Piano Studio - an innovative education initiative. Currently, Ms. Vinnitsky holds a teaching position at St. Luke’s School in Manhattan and has been a guest lecturer at Universities nation-wide. With a multicultural musical background comprising both the European and American traditions, Anna holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook, as well as master’s degree from DePaul University in Chicago.