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Anna Sutyagina

"When we say the word “fantasy”, hardly anyone thinks of music. “One has fantasy,” we say when someone invents stories or paints interesting pictures or just dreams. Fantasy goes beyond limits, breaks the conventional forms, encourages new understanding and allows free and fresh interpretation. The word “fantasy” can also be seen as a play and fun. When we talk about music and playing the piano, it’s all about fantasy.
I want to bring together different genres and disciplines: music tones become images, the sounds become cinematic scenes, great literature becomes music… The imagination has no limits thanks to the magical power of music and piano playing." Anna Sutyagina

“Anna Sutyagina amazes with her vision, desire, and ability to break the mold of traditional presentation of classical music”. June 21, 2016 Summer Issue, 2016. Vol. 2 Piano Performer Magazine

Anna Sutyagina is a concert pianist and artistic director of a new Internet platform for classical music “Moving Classics TV” where she explores new trends in classical music. She is a producer of several music video clips.

Anna Sutyagina has an outstanding creativity and imagination in engaging audience and presenting musical pieces in innovative ways. In 2009 she founded Munich Klassik Salon where she brings music, word and theater together to create the thematic productions with the motto “searching for old and new ideals of beauty”. She is currently working on project “Concerti Illumini” devoted to the visualisation of classical music.

Anna Sutyagina is also a creativity coach for business companies. Her concept “Creativity Break 45” is an innovation creativity training based on music. (

Anna Sutyagina was born in Tomsk, Russia, where she studied piano and literature. She won DAAD and American Collegiate Consortium scholarships for the studies in Frankfurt am Main (Germany) and Oklahoma (USA). She attended master classes with Volker Banfield, Ewa Kupiec, Matthias Kirschnereit and Marina Horak. Anna Sutyagina lives in Munich and is coached by Prof. Michael Leslie.