Anna Sutyagina is a concert pianist and Artistic Director of a popular Internet platform for new piano music “Moving Classics TV” www.movingclassics.tv
„On the internet TV channel Moving classics TV Anna Sutyaginas beautiful, convincing, precise, poetic and powerful piano playing in the first-class videos raises our souls and hearts to heavenly joy!“
28.03.2018 Naji Hakim, composer, pianist and organist, successor to Olivier Messian
“The music…new music, played by Anna Sutyagina.
She bravely and generously showcases new composers, supports them as much as she can.
She also has a very creative approach to this mission of hers. Interviews, blogs, visual art mixed with musical.
There is beauty to be found here.
Musical beauty under Anna’s fingers, and her creation Moving Classics TV.” Gaby Kapps, Composer 2019
Dreaming and exploring something new are the leitmotifs of the artistic work of Anna Sutyagina. Influenced by the traditional education of the Russian music school, the pianist opened early for new developments in order to give more space to the imagination in her play. In the Munich Salon, which she founded, she combined music and literature in theatrical form and interpreted the works and artistic influences of strong women such as Sappho, Lou Salomé, George Sand, Martha Gellhorn, Kathi Kobus, Madame Pompadour or Anais Nin. Early on she started to experiment with music and light and worked together with lighting designers on a concert performance titled “Concerti Illumini”. She produced and directed several music videos of famous piano pieces.
For three years Anna Sutyagina’s great passion has been recording works by contemporary composers. She is personally connected with a large number of composers worldwide, including some of today’s leading composers such as Lori Laitman, Takashi Kako, Dobrinka Tabakova, Naji Hakim, Nimrod Borenstein, Bechara El-Khoury, Karen Tanaka, Gaby Kapps, Takashi Yashimatsu, Douwe Eisenga etc Every day she receives more and more inquiries from composers from all over the world asking her to record their works.