Dmitry Mayboroda was born in 1993 in a Russian family of musicians. His musical talent was recognized early and later developed at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory by Valeri Pyasetski. After successfully finishing his piano studies with a bachelor degree in 2016, he went on to receive a master’s degree at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich in the autumn of the same year, in the piano class of Adrian Oetiker. In June of 2018 he received the degree of Master of Music. Currently Mayboroda is studying at the Accademia Pianistica Intemazionale Incontri col Maestro in Imola in Italy, under the mentorship of Boris Petrushansky, the student of Heinrich Neuhaus.
From early on the artistic career of Dmitry Mayboroda was marked by success at competitions, such as at the VI Tchaikovksy Competition in South Korea in 2009 (IV Prize), International Franz Liszt Young Pianists’ Competition in Moscow in 2010 (Grand-prix). In 2013 he became the finalist of the prestigious XXV Clara Haskil International Piano Competition in Veve, Switzerland and won the Special Prize of the modern composer Bruno Mantovani. He came out second prize winner as well as audience’s favorite at the Concurso Internacional de Piano Premio „Jaen“ in April 2017 in Andalusia, Spain. His talent was further honoured at the international young pianists’ competition “Münchner Klavierpodium“ with the first prize “Marble Key” as a young piano talent of the year 2017. A year later he received the Steinway-Förderpreis Klassik in Munich as well as the audience award at the competition “Concert for young artists” of the cultural association in Ingolstadt.
Concert performances at international music festivals, including Rheingau Musik Festival, International piano art festival in Antalya, Ravinia Festival in the USA or Winter festival in Brasil are all proof of the great interest of the international musical arena for Dmitry Mayboroda, as well as his solo performances with prestigious orchestras, including the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Turin Philharmonic Orchestra, Belgian National Orchestra, Moroccan Royal Symphony Orchestra and Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra in St. Petersburg. Renowned conductors have stood at his side, including Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Vladimir Spivakov, Christian Arming, Dima Slobodeniouk, Oleg Reshetkin, Lorenzo Viotti, Darrell Ang, Ilyich Rivas, Robertas Šervenikas, Robert Reimer, Michael Schmidtsdorff, Marin Alsop and Andrey Boreyko.
Since 2017 Dmitry Mayboroda can be seen at numerous concert-series at the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, including „Young Talents“, „Musical stars of the XXI century“, “Silhouettes of the silver age”, “Thaw. Musical-poetical evenings”, Liszt-Rachmaninoff. Piano pictures“ as well as „Chopin- Rachmaninoff. Piano pictures“. In November 2017 Dmitry Mayboroda was invited by the Bavarian State Opera in Munich to perform solo at the new production of the ballet „Anna Karenina“ with the Bayerische Staatsorchester. In January 2019 followed the ballet “Lady of the Camellias“ and in April „Jewels“. For the year 2020 Dmitry Mayboroda is invited to perform in the Munich Ballet Premier “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Alexei Ratmansky.
Sergey Rachmaninoff Foundation has been supporting the young pianist since 2010. The foundation was established by the composer’s grandson, Alexander Rachmaninov, at the family villa Senar in the Swiss municipality Weggis, where the BBC shot its documentary „Joy of Rachmaninoff’ in 2015. In the film then 22 year old Mayboroda played the legendary grand piano of the great Rachmaninoff.