Vladimir Rumyantsev, a celebrated pianist, is renowned for his exceptional ability to perform a diverse range of repertoire with rare virtuosity. His mastery of the piano has earned him critical acclaim, as he effortlessly renders compositions of the highest complexity with a natural gift for the instrument.

Throughout his illustrious career, Vladimir has graced prestigious venues worldwide, including the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, and the iconic Bolshoi Theater. His performances transcend borders and captivate audiences around the globe. Additionally, he has showcased his talent at renowned festivals such as the Golden Mask Festival in Moscow and the International Keyboard Institute and Festival in New York.

Vladimir’s musical journey began at a young age when he won his first competition at the Glinka Competition in Moscow at the tender age of seven. Since then, he has garnered prizes in several international piano competitions, including those in Moscow and Hamburg. Notably, during his studies at the Mannes School of Music in New York, he won the 2015 Concerto Competition, followed by a triumph at the Hartt School’s Concerto Competition in 2022.

Under the guidance of esteemed piano instructors such as Sergey Dorensky, Nikolai Lugansky, Elena Sorokina and Pavel Nersessian, Vladimir honed his craft, completing his Masters and Professional Studies degrees at the Mannes School of Music under the tutelage of Pavlina Dokovska. Currently pursuing a DMA at The Hartt School under the guidance of Jose Ramos Santana, Vladimir’s commitment to musical excellence continues to flourish.

In 2024, Vladimir recorded “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind” by Sean Hickey. Set for release in early 2025 by Sono Luminus, this project showcases Vladimir’s versatility and musical innovation.