Deputy Director, Technology Management & Services
Collaborative Pianist, Faculty of Music
- Subject Head, IBCP
- Faculty of Student Care
Kseniia Vokhmianina performs internationally as a piano recitalist, concerto soloist, and chamber musician. A recipient of the Lee Foundation Scholarship, she studied at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore, class of Prof. Boris Kraljevic), Royal College of Music (UK), and is currently obtaining the Certificate of Advanced Studies in Classical Music Performance at the Zurich University of the Arts (Switzerland, class of Prof. Konstantin Scherbakov).
A prizewinner of numerous piano competitions held in France, Australia, Poland, Italy, Serbia, Malaysia and Singapore, Kseniia has been a guest artist in various international music festivals, including Dani Muzike International Festival (Montenegro), Singapore International Festival of Music, and Pablo Casals Festival (France). As a concerto soloist, Kseniia performed with Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Singapore), Kharkiv Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (Ukraine), Kaunas Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (Lithuania), Sichuan Symphony Orchestra (China), among others.
Besides her international performing career, Kseniia is a full-time Music Faculty member of the School of the Arts, Singapore (SOTA), working closely with instrumentalists and vocalists, and performing with students, faculty members and visiting artists in many recitals, concerts, and masterclasses. Together with SOTA students, Kseniia often represents the school at local and international music competitions. Apart from her active role as a collaborative pianist at the faculty, Kseniia regularly teaches performance classes as well as chamber music groups at SOTA.