Kseniia Vokhmianina performs internationally as a piano recitalist, concerto soloist, and chamber musician on various concert stages in Singapore and overseas. A recipient of the Lee Foundation Scholarship, she studied at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and consequently continued with the degree course offered in collaboration with the Royal College of Music (UK). Upon graduation, she was awarded the “Best Graduate (Degree)” and the “Embassy of Peru” awards. In 2015, she completed her Masters in Music with distinction at the Kharkiv National Pedagogical University (Ukraine). She has been a student of the distinguished pianist and pedagogue, Professor Boris Kraljevic for many years. In 2018, Kseniia obtained the Certificate of Advanced Studies in Classical Music Performance at the Zurich University of the Arts (Switzerland, class of Professor Konstantin Scherbakov).
A prize winner of international piano competitions held in France, Australia, Poland, Italy, Serbia, Malaysia and Singapore, Kseniia has been a guest artist in several international music festivals, including “Convivium Musicum” (Serbia), “International Piano Festival” (Vietnam), “Days of Music” (Montenegro), “George Town Festival” (Malaysia) and “International Holland Music Sessions” (Netherlands). She appeared as a concerto soloist with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Symphony Orchestra, Festival Symphony Orchestra (Singapore), Kharkiv Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (Ukraine), Belgorod Chamber Orchestra (Russia) and Kaunas Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (Lithuania). At the end of 2018, Kseniia had a concert tour which covered five countries of Europe, including solo concerto appearance with Murmansk Philharmonic Orchestra in Russia, chamber music recitals in Switzerland and Germany, as well as solo recital in Sweden.
In addition to her international performing career, Kseniia is a full-time Music Faculty member of the School of the Arts (SOTA) and part-time piano accompanist at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore.
Kseniia Vokhmianina won international piano competitions held in France, Australia, Indonesia, Poland, Italy, Serbia, Malaysia and Singapore, including the 1st Prize and Special Prize for “The Best Performer from Eastern Europe” at the International Competition “Citta di Barletta” in Italy; the 1st Prize at the IX International Piano Competition in Serbia; the 3rd prize at Singapore National Piano and Violin Competition; “Golden Piano” prize at the International Forum of Pianists in Sanok (Poland); Silver prize at 4th ASEAN Chopin Piano Competition (Malaysia); the 2nd Prize in "Russian Piano" category at Sydney Eisteddfod (Australia). Ms Vokhmianina's most recent achievements include the 1st Prize (Artist category) at Medan International Piano Competition (Indonesia, 2015) and two awards (including "Prix du Barreau du Val D'oise") at the Piano Campus International Piano Competition (France, 2015).