Konstantin Emelyanov is a winner of the International J.B. Viotti Piano Competition (Vercelli, Italy, 2017 – First Prize and Audience Award), the Third All-Russian Music Competition (Moscow, Russia, 2018 – First Prize), as well as the Competition of Young Pianists in Memory of Vladimir Horowitz in Kiev (Ukraine, 2012), the International Piano Competition in Verona (Italy, 2017) and the International Piano Competition in Suzhou (China, 2017).
In 2019 Konstantin Emelyanov won the Third prize at the XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. In the same year he was awarded the title of "Artist of Radio Russia", and got the Audience Award of readers of the “Musical Life” Magazine.
Recent and forthcoming highlights of this season include solo recitals in St Petersburg, Moscow, Istanbul, Bern, Seoul, along with the recitals tours in Japan later in 2021. In January 2021, Konstantin Emelyanov makes his solo recital debut in the Great Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Increasingly in demand as a concerto soloist, he has been invited to perform as a guest artist with The State Academic Symphony Orchestra "Evgeny Svetlanov", The Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, The State Symphony Orchestra "Novaya Rossiya", The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, The Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, The Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, The Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, The Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, The Moscow Soloist Chamber Orchestra and The COOP Orchestra of Seoul.
Konstantin Emelyanov collaborates with such musicians as Vladimir Fedoseyev, Yuri Bashmet, Vladimir Spivakov, Christian Knapp, Alexander Sladkovsky, Kalle Kuusava, Jang Yun-Sung, Vasily Petrenko, Felix Korobov, Mark Kadin, Mark Gorenstein, Julian Rakhlin, Sarah McElravi, Vladislav Lavrik and others. His expanding list of performances includes participation in international festivals, such as “Great Sonatas of the 20th Century” in Genova, Italy (artistic director Pietro Borgonovo), the Sergei Rakhmaninov Festival (artistic director Nikolai Lugansky), the "Stars on the Lake Baikal" (artistic director Denis Matsuev), International piano series in Bern, Switzerland, Festival of Russian Culture in China (Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Zhenzhou), and Yamaha piano series as well.
In 2019, Konstantin Emelyanov took part in the Valery Gergiev Festival in Zaryadye Concert Hall. In 2019-2020, he has performed at such prestigious venues as the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, the Seoul Art Center, the Beijing Performing Arts Center, the Sofia Hall, the center of Paul Klee in Bern, the Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall, the Great Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, the Moscow Philharmonic Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, and the White Hall of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. The same year he was a participant of the exclusive "Boesendorfer Loft Philharmonic chamber music project", and he took part at the Raсhmaninov-marathon and the Beethoven-marathon of the "Ars Longa" International Festival in Zaryadye (artistic director Ivan Rudin) as well.
Since 2019, Konstantin Emelyanov has been an exclusive Yamaha artist.
Konstantin Emelyanov was born in Krasnodar (Russia). He began to study piano at the age of 5. In 2013, he graduated from the Academic College of Music at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory (class of Olga Mechetina, the Honoured Teacher of the Russian Federation). In 2018, Konstantin Emelyanov graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, where he studied with the legendary Professor Sergei Dorensky and his assistants Prof. Nikolai Lugansky, Prof. Pavel Nersessian and Prof. Andrei Pisarev. Konstantin Emelyanov also studied in the classes of Prof. Alexander Mndoyants (until 2015), Prof. Alexander Bonduriansky and Prof. Natalia Rubinstein (chamber music class). In 2017-2018, he studied with Prof. Epifanio Comis at the Rachmaninov Piano Academy in Catania (Italy). In 2020, Konstantin Emelyanov got a Piano Master degree from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory under Prof. Sergei Dorensky and Prof. Nikolai Lugansky.