She studied for 5 years at the Tchaikovsky Memorial State Moscow Conservatory under Eliso Vilsalase. She competed in the Top of the World International Competition (Norway) and won the Chopin Competition, the Rubinstein Competition, and the Queen Elisabeth Competition, among others.
She won the Chopin Competition, the Rubinstein Competition, the Queen Elisabeth Competition, and other competitions. She then made her international debut at the Manhattan International Music Competition (USA), where she won the Grand Prix and was awarded the Pogorelich Prize by Ivo Pogorelich, the president of the jury.
He has performed at Carnegie Hall (New York), Wigmore Hall (London), Gasteig Hall (Munich), Elbphilharmonie (Hamburg), Gewandhaus (Leipzig), Rome Opera House, Verdi Conservatory Great Hall (Milan), Moscow Conservatory Great Hall, He has performed at major concert halls and festivals around the world, including the Miami Piano Music Festival and the Dusiniki International Chopin Piano Festival, where he has received enthusiastic support. She has received rave reviews in newspapers and other media.
His recitals in various countries have been broadcast by radio stations such as Polish National Radio, NDR (Hamburg), MDR (Leipzig), and ARD (Munich), and his performance at the Moscow International Music Center was broadcast on the cultural channel of Russian national television. The performance at the Moscow International Music Hall was broadcast on Russian TV's Culture Channel. After her Japan debut at Tokyo Nikkei Hall in 2018, she will make her second Japan tour in April 2019 at Minatomirai Hall and other venues. In 2021, she will give recitals at Yamaha Hall and Hakusyu Hall, and perform Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2 with the New Japan Philharmonic under the baton of Kazuyoshi Akiyama at Sumida Triphony Hall to great acclaim. She also teaches young pianists in master classes sponsored by the Yasuko Fukuda Award Foundation.
In 2022, she performed at Suntory Hall and other major halls in Japan, in parallel with her performance activities in Europe.
In 2022, she will perform at Suntory Hall and other major halls in Japan, and in the following year, she will perform with cellist Nobuko Yamazaki, violinist Tomoko Kato, and other famous musicians at Hamarikyu Asahi Hall in Tokyo, The Phoenix Hall in Osaka, Soji Hall in Nagoya, and Nara 100nen Kaikan in Nara, Japan. From April 2023, he will be a guest associate professor at Nagoya College of Music.
From 2019, he will introduce the activities of WWF Japan (World Wide Fund for Nature), which conducts environmental conservation activities, in the lobby after performances and collect donations.