He was born in Lipetsk (Russia) in 1988. He began studying music at the age of seven. He made his soloist debut with orchestra performing Beethoven Concerto No. 1 at age ten. He graduated with a diploma of distinction from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow where he studied with Alexei Nasedkin first, and then with Pavel Nersessian. Currently, he studies in Mozarteum University Salzburg with Jacques Rouvier. In addition, he has participated in master classes by Klaus Hellwig, Paul Badura-Skoda, Jerome Rose, Dominique Merlet, Sergei Dorensky, Naum Starkman and other renowned pianists. He is a laureate of numerous international and national competitions. In 2015 he won the Second Prize of 57th Jaén International Piano Competition. In 2014 he received the First and the Audience Prizes of the 41th Luis Sigall International Musical Competition (Chile), and the Third Prize of the Alessandro Casagrande Competition. In 2013 he was awarded the Third and the Audience Prizes at the Gian Battista Viotti Competition. Prior prizes include First Prizes of the competitions World Online (USA, 2012), Princess Lalla Meryem (Morocco, 2012), Ennio Porrino (Cagliari, Italy, 2012), Premio Franz Liszt (Italy, 2009), and Enschede (The Netherlands, 2006), among many others. He has also received further acknowledgments, such as a scholarship from the Rostropovich Foundation and a CD recorded at the Czech Radio. He has played in recitals in Brazil, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Israel, Morocco, The Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland and the USA, and has performed with orchestras throughout Europe and South America. He has also participated in several international festivals, including Gina Bachauer in Salt Lake City (USA), Semanas Musicales in Frutillar (Chile) and Les Sommets du Classique (Switzerland).