Pianist Anna Vinnitsky is a distinguished artist of great versatility whose piano repertoire embraces all genres and styles, and ranges from innovations of Late Renaissance and elegancy of Chopin to comprehensiveness of Contemporary Music. Ms. Vinnitsky is enjoying an extensive career as a soloist and collaborative artists. She has participated in numerous festivals and master-classes in the US and abroad and appeared to acclaim at some of the world most prestigious concert venues including Orchestra Hall in Chicago, Gewandhaus, Leipzig, Merkin Concert Hall and Tenri Cultural Center in New York City, as well as Auditorium Haifa, Israel.
She has collaborated with world-renowned musicians such as Nina Beilina, Ilya Kaler, Jesse Levine, Charles Neidich, Jessica Philips, Caroline Hartig, Daniel Gilbert, Howard Klug to name a few. Ms. Vinnitsky has also appeared as a soloist with Haifa Symphony Orchestra under the baton Stanley Sperber and collaborated with internationally acclaimed Chicago Symphony Orchestra Conductor Cliff Colnot. Ms. Vinnitsky has been a four years recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship. Currently, Ms. Vinnitsky holds teaching positions at both St. Luke’s School and Lucy Moses School at the Kaufman Center in New York City as well as a staff accompanist position at The Mannes College of Music.