Masha Dimitrieva received international recognition for her profound and poignant interpretations. In keeping with her artistic credo of “making the unknown, known”, she regularly presents unknown works on stage and in premiere recordings on CD, e.g. piano works Ignaz Joseph Pleyel (Gramola, 2009), Camille Pleyel (Gramola, 2011), Nikolai Mjaskowski (Edition Zeitklang/Master Arts, 2008), Anton Arenski, Paul Juon (Sonus Eterna, 2014), Gordon Sherwood (Sonus Eterna, 2018, 2019, 2020).
Radio stations regularly report on her and her artistic work, e.g. artist portraits SWR2, Deutschlandfunk, “pour le piano” / BR4, Leporello / BR4, Oe1, Radio Stephansdom.
After graduating with distinction from the State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, Masha Dimitrieva completed her training in the master class of Prof. David Wilde (England) at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hanover, from which she graduated with a soloist’s diploma. Prof. Conrad Hansen, a student of Edwin Fischer and co-founder of the Detmold Music Academy, had a significant influence on her artistic development. He summarised: “Masha Dimitrieva is a sensitive and delicate artist of great mental strength, and she has phenomenal stage charisma”.