Russian born pianist Polina Ushakova made her debut as a soloist at the age of 10 at Kremlin Concert Hall at the Rostropovich Philharmonic and has since performed numerous recitals at prestigious venues such as Gasteig in München, Carnegie Hall in New York, Musiikkitalo in Helsinki, and Salle Cortot in Paris. 


Polina recieved her Soloist Master Degrees in Switzerland (with Adrian Oetiker and Vovka Ashkenazy) and is currently obtaining Le Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste with Marian Rybicki at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris. 


Polina won the notable amount of international music competitions in the United States and Europe, among others - the Grand Prizes in Val Tidone Piano Competition (IT), Münchner Klavierpodium Wettbewerb (DE), Kiefer Hablitzel Music Competition (CH), New York Piano Competition (USA).



Genre: classical music

Instrument: piano

Repertoire list: upon request

Residence: CH


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Management MAG Switzerland

Ms Anna Gopper



Master of Arts FHNW in Musikalischer Performance Musik-Akademie Basel (Switzerland)

Master of Arts Solist in Music Performance (Switzerland) and Interpretation Conservatorio della Svizzera italiana (Switzerland)

Diplôme supérieur d'exécution de l'École normale de musique de Paris Alfred Cortot (France)

Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste de l'École normale de musique de Paris Alfred Cortot (France)

References inspirations:

Vitaly Berson, Matti Raekallio, Vovka Ashkenazy, Adrian Oetiker and Marian Rybicki


Clavarte Fondation Award (Berlin, Germany)

Fritz-Gerber Prize (Zürich, Switzerland)

Rahn Kulturfonds (Zürich, Switzerland)

Fondation Nicati-de-luze (Lausanne, Switzerland)


Competition prizes: 

1. prize New York International Piano Competition (USA)

1. prize Music Competition Kiefer Hablitzel (Switzerland) 

Grand-Prix of Val Tidone Piano Competition (Italy)

2. prize 10e Concours national du festival du jura (Switzerland)

2. prize International Piano Competition Grotrian-Steinweg (Germany)

Prizewinner of International Piano Competition Klavierpodium (Germany), Piano Competition Talents of the New Century (Moscow, Russia), V Krystian Tkaczewski International Piano Competition (Poland)