Dr. Anna Vinnitsky, a pianist renowned for her eloquence and versatility, has forged a multifaceted career as a sought-after soloist, chamber musician, educator, and composer. With a robust performance calendar spanning the United States, Israel, and Western Europe, she has performed at iconic venues including Carnegie Hall, Chicago’s Orchestra Hall, Leipzig Gewandhaus, New York City’s Merkin Concert Hall, and Auditorium Haifa in Israel.


As a highly sought-after collaborative artist, she has shared the stage with world-renowned musicians such as clarinetist David Shifrin, violinist Ilya Kaler, oboist Philippe Tondre, and cellist Eileen Moon, to name a few. Anna is also a cherished member of numerous music festivals, including the Interlochen Summer Intensive Program.


In addition to her remarkable achievements as a pianist, Dr. Anna Vinnitsky is a dedicated educator, sharing her expertise and passion with aspiring musicians. She currently serves as an adjunct faculty at the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, holds a teaching position at The Seven Hills School in Cincinnati, and has been a guest lecturer at universities nationwide. Her commitment to music education is further evident through her involvement with the Kaufman Center’s Lucy Moses School and her role as a founder of Westchester Piano Studio, an innovative initiative that provides exceptional piano instruction tailored to each student’s artistic development, performance presentation, ear training, and theory.


As a composer, Dr. Vinnitsky has garnered acclaim with commissioned works for esteemed institutions such as the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) and the Stamford Symphony Orchestra. Her solo and chamber music compositions, embraced by renowned performers, resonate widely across the musical landscape. Anna’s highly anticipated Klezmer Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra is scheduled to premiere in March 2024 at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati.


Currently, Dr. Vinnitsky is residing in Cincinnati with her husband, clarinetist Pavel Vinnitsky, their son Daniel, and a goldendoodle named Shemesh.

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