Anya Fadina graduated with distinction from the renowned St Petersburg Conservatoire in Russia. Previously she attended the Special Music School in Yekaterinburg, giving her first performance at the age of nine at the Ural Philharmonia hall in the city.
Since moving to Britain in 2001, Anya has appeared as a soloist with the Kingston Philharmonic and performed at the Almeida theatre with the London Opera Group, with which she also played at the Buxton and Warwick music festivals. She took part in a festival of British music in her home city with the participation of the composer, Mark-Anthony Turnage, and supported by the British Council. Anya has performed at the Dulwich Festival, the International Musician Seminars at Prussia Cove and the South and North Wales music festivals.
She has also given recitals in Denmark, Oxford, Cambridge and Edinburgh and has performed at St John’s Smith Square and The Barbican. For the past two years, Anya has accompanied instrumentalists taking part in the BBC Young Musician Of The Year competition. In addition to her concert schedule, she teaches piano at Westminster School and Westminster Abbey Choir School.