Pianist, Chamber music artist, Accompanist, piano teacher
Ana Vujosevic was born in Podgorica (Montenegro) in 1989. She started playing piano at the age of four. From 2002 till 2006 she studied at the Podgorica College of Ballet and Music. She obtained a Bachelor degree with high distinction (Red Diploma) in 2009 at the Gnesin State Musical College in Russia where she was studying with professor Maksim Zheleznov. After she graduated at Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory of Music May 2014, where she was studying with famous old school piano teacher Zinaida Ignateva (Samuil Fainberg’s class), winner of Chopin piano competition 1960 in Warshaw. She received the Gold medal at the International Young Musician Piano Competition “Città di Barletta” in 2000, and in 2003 she won the first price at the Montenegro Piano Competition. In 2011 she performed at Carnegie Hall, New York, at The American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition. Also, in 2012 she took part in prestigious montenegrian festival called ‘A tempo’, which was followed and recorded by montenegrian national television. As well she performed at the most prestigious moscow concert halls like: Tchaikovsky Conservatory Rachmaninov Hall, Small Hall, Mjaskovskij Hall, Pushkin Museum (Galicino, Russia, 2013), Anton Rubinshtein Hall (Moscow) and Artemusica cultura Roana (piano duo 2014).
These details were last updated on February 10, 2015