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Violinist Anna Rabinova was thirteen when she performed the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, and also performed the Ernst Concerto and Paganini Concerto No. 1. Born in Moscow, she studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Leonid Kogan and Igor Bezrodnyi. After graduation, she toured extensively throughout the former Soviet Union. Anna Rabinova was the winner of the Bach International Competition in Leipzig, Germany, and was awarded first prize at the 16th International Competition in Belgrade. As winner of the 1993 Concerto Competition at The Juilliard School, she performed Shostakovich’s Concerto No. 1 (Stanislav Skrowaczewski conducting). She has toured Germany, Italy, Yugoslavia, Hungary, and Bulgaria, performing concertos with the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra and numerous other European orchestras including the Halle Philharmonic, Schwerin Philharmonic, Moscow Radio Orchestra (Vladimir Fedoseyev conducting), Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Eisenach Symphony, Russian State Symphony, Junge Europa Philharmonie, and Berlin Symphony (Lior Shambadal conducting). German newspapers highly acclaimed her recent appearances with the Polish Chamber Philharmonic. In the United States, she has made solo appearances with the American Symphony Orchestra (Leon Botstein conducting), Memphis Symphony, Asheville Symphony, and Maryland Symphony.

Anna Rabinova has premiered works by John Corigliano, Alfred Schnittke, and has collaborated with such noted musicians as violists Cynthia Phelps and Rebecca Young, cellists Hai-Ye Ni and Natalia Khoma, pianists Cecile Licad and Jonathan Feldman. Among other engagements, her recital appearances have taken her to venues in Moscow, Berlin, Rome, Leipzig, and Belgrade, as well as in the United States to places such as the Phillips Gallery (Washington, D.C.), Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Bargemusic and the Rockefeller University Concert series. In April 2004 she served as concertmaster of the Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Symphony Orchestra. Her festival performances include Tanglewood, Caramoor, Berlin Chamber Music Festival, Schubertiad 2000 at Mannes College, and Long Island Mozart Festival. Anna Rabinova’s recent performances at a festival in Berlin were highly praised by the press. In 1998 she recorded sonatas by Brahms and Schubert for the NHK-TV (Japan) chamber music series. This TV production was broadcast throughout the world. In addition, she has recorded works by Schumann for the German label Auris-Subtilis.

Role: Classical Artist 
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