Maya Oganyan – piano

Maya Oganyan - piano

Maya Oganyan began studying the piano at the age of four with Maestro Alexander Maykapar, professor at the “Gnessin” Music Academy in Moscow.
Maya is the winner of numerous national and international competitions, including the “2023 Schumann Prize”, the First Prize in the “Young Female Talents of Music” Competition, “Vienna Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition”, “Orbetello Piano Competition”, “La Palma D ‘Oro”, also winning the “Premio Pettini”.
At just 17 she won the 2nd prize in the history of the competition “for the best female talent” at the prestigious “Verona International Piano Competition”.
She performs abroad and throughout Italy and has already played for important festivals, including the Unione Musicale of Turin, Società del Quartetto of Milan, Trame Sonore Chamber Music Festival of Mantua, Amici della Musica of Mestre, Ascoli Piceno Festival, Cremona International Music Festival, Patmos Chamber Music Festival. She regularly collaborates with leading musicians, including Alessandro Carbonare, Anush Nikogosyan, Silvia Careddu, Christophe Coin, the Adorno Quartet, and as a soloist with Italian orchestras, such as the Orchestra Filarmonica della Fenice, the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, the Verona Arena Orchestra, the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Italian Youth Orchestra, the Sanremo Symphony Orchestra.
She performs as a soloist accompanied by the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra directed by Maestro Eduard Topchjan in the “Aram Khachaturian” hall in Yerevan, in honor of Maestro Riccardo Muti and the Ravenna Festival and in the Paolina Chapel of the Quirinale in the presence of the President Sergio Mattarella and the President Armen Sarkissian.
The program is repeated at the Toniolo Theater in Mestre accompanied by the Padua and Veneto Orchestra, at the Verdi Theater in Florence with the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra and at the Verdi Theater in Pordenone. In 2023 she returns to play in Yerevan performing Mozart’s Concerto for Two Pianos with the pianist Eva Gevorgyan.


Avetis Quartet, Maya Oganyan - Dvorák

May 31st 2024 – 9.15 pm
Palazzo Ducale, Galleria degli Specchi