Pianist Elena Braslavsky has distinguished herself as both a soloist and chamber musician.  Her appearances include concerts at the Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York, Théâtre des Champs Elysées in Paris, Berlin Philharmonic, Izumi Hall in Osaka, Melba Hall in Melbourne, Rudolfinum Hall in Prague, Tonhalle in Düsseldorf, Bologna festival, and La Fenici in Venice.  She has performed with musicians including Nobuko Imai, Steven Isserlis, and also appeared as a soloist in the German première of a composition "Alleluia" by Sofia Gubaidulina conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich.
She has performed as a soloist with orchestras including the New Jersey Symphony, the Salzburg Chamber Soloists, the Cracow Philharmonic, the Warsaw Camerata, the North Czech Philharmonic, and the Prague Philharmonia.
Ms. Braslavsky began piano lessons at the age of five in Moscow, USSR.  She graduated from the Gnesin School where she studied with Irina Sekt.  After emigrating with her family to the United States, she continued her studies at the Juilliard School with Leonard Eisner, Nadia Reisenberg, and Oxana Yablonskaya until receiving her Doctoral Degree in 1991.  She also studied at the Staatlische Hochschüle for Music in Cologne, Germany, as a Fulbright- DAAD scholar and at the European Mozart Academy in Prague.
In addition to her active concert schedule Braslavsky has served on the faculties of the Juilliad School of Music and Mannes College in New York.  She is currently on the faculty of the University Mozarteum in Salzburg.