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Polina Osetinskaya

Local Management, Italy

“Her tone is deep and rich, her articulation faultless and her feeling for the pulse of the music she is playing is as natural as breathing – that’s something that cannot be taught.”

(Review by Martin Anderson)

“Polina Osetinskaya is a terrific pianist. More importantly, she is a magnificently endowed musician. Her performances always explore new facets of even the most familiar scores... She is a musical treasure!”

(Review by Lawrence Budmen)

In the season 2023/2024 Polina Osetinskaya makes a number of her solo debuts at the Berlin Philharmonic, in London, in Laeiszhalle in Bach's concerts without a conductor. She also performs in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Israel, Cyprus, the USA and South America.

During the tours in both America’s she returns to  Carnegie Hall with the duo recital with Maxim Vengerov.


Ms. Osetinskaya has performed at Vienna’s Musikverein, London’s Barbican Centre, Rome’s Teatro Argentina, as well as in Italy, Germany, Poland, The USA, Russia and Israel. Ms. Osetinskaya has appeared with musicAeterna, Mariinsky Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra and Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, among others. This season she will perform with Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra and National Chamber Orchestra of Moldova.

 Onstage partners have included Teodor Currentzis, Laurent Petitgirard, Vladimir Spivakov, Andrey Boreyko, Dmitry Liss, Yan Pascal Tortelier. Ms. Osetinskaya has released recordings with the Quartz, Naxos, Sony Music, Bel-Aire, and Melodiya labels. 

Internationally acclaimed pianist Polina Osetinskaya began her career at the age of five and was soon acclaimed as a wunderkind in the former Soviet Union. She gave her first concert at the age of six and entered the Central Music School of the Moscow Conservatory at the age of seven. The first teacher of Ms. Osetinskaya was her father Oleg Osetinsky, then she continued her studies at the Leningrad Conservatory with Marina Wolf and later at the Moscow Conservatory with Vera Gornostaeva.

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