Born 1986 in Donetsk/Ukraine.
Anna Korsun is an Ukrainian composer, conductor and performer (piano, voice) of contemporary music. From 2005–2009 she studied at P. I. Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music in Kiev/Ukraine and after her graduation (B.A.), she completed a master in composition under professor Moritz Eggert at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich/Germany from 2010–2012. Furthermore, she took part in numerous courses and workshops as well as international concerts and competitions. She got scholarships from Stockhausen Concerts and Courses in Kürten/Germany and the Baltic Youth Philharmonic master classes. In 2011, she was granted a commission for a new chamber piece from Kulturkreis Gasteig, Munich, and in 2012 she was awarded one of the Leonhard und Ida Wolf-Gedächtnispreise in Munich as well as a commission from AntiquaNova in Argentina. Her work Landscapes for 5 voices was selected for the finale of Gaudeamus Music Week in 2011.
Her music ist amongst others performed by Camerata Silesia (Poland), eNsemble (Russia), Feodor Lednyov (Russia), VocalLab (Netherlands), Oktopus (Germany), Natalia Pschenitschnikova (Germany), ensemble Nostri Temporis (Ukraine).
Anna is co-organizer and participant of the concert cycle of vocal music 6+1 in Moscau/Russia and Kiev as well as Evening of Low Music in Munich.
Her recent projects include: Wehmut for 5 voices, violin, contrabass and sound-objetcs, ISCM World New Music Days, Wroclaw/Poland (October 2014); Ars Nova Choele Choel, concert series in Choele Choel, Rio Negro/Argentina (October 2013); Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Munich (April 2013); Nächste Haltestelle, Ukrainian biennale for new music, Kiew (March 2013).