The pianist Vita Kan distinguishes herself through her sensitive, intelligent and virtuose playing. Her attentive ear for fellow players and the ability to both shape and follow make her a sought-after chamber music partner. 


Vita Kan performs regularly in a great variety of chamber music formations on the most prestigious stages in Europe, including concerts in Berlin Philharmonic Hall, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Konzerthaus Berlin, Prinzregententheater Munich, Salle Gaveau Paris, Opera Lyons and Stefaniensaal Graz. Her projects led her to the leading music festivals in Germany, Australia, China, Lithuania, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands and Italy. Vita Kan has also taken part in numerous media productions by Radio France, BR, SWR, SR, NDR and HR. Vita Kan was honored most highly at the greatest chamber music competitions of the music industry. In 2016, she won the 1st Prize along with four special prizes at the 12th «Concours International Musique de Chambre de Lyon» as a duo cello/piano. Vita Kan was a founding member of the piano trio „Trio Marvin“. Shortly after the trio came together they were declared winners of Mendelssohn Hochschulwettbewerb in Berlin and won the 2nd Prize along with two special prizes at «Chamber music Competition Trio di Trieste». In the following year they were awarded 2nd place (with 1st prize not given out) at the competition „Franz Schubert und die Musik der Moderne“ in Graz, Austria, and became prize winners at the 2018 ARD Competition in Munich. In the same year, they not only secured 1st Prize but also the esteemed Gran Prix at the worlds largest chamber music competition „Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2018" in Australia. Vita Kan is already represented on several CD releases such as „Echoes of War“ (SWR/Genuin, Trio Marvin), „Salut to the Violin“ (Prospero, collaboration cello/piano) and the prize winning CD of the Mendelssohn Competition 2017 (Betont, Trio Marvin). Since leaving the piano trio, Vita Kan dedicates herself to her appearances in various chamber music formations as well as her teaching position at Hochschule für Musik und Theater Munich.


 The corner stone of her musical education was laid by Prof. Timur Urmanchejev in Kazakhstan. Amongst the most important teachers, Vita Kan considers her long time professor, Gerald Fauth (Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig) as well as the world renowned Artemis Quartet (Universität der Künste Berlin). All of her soloistic and ensemble studies Vita Kan graduated with honors. Furthermore, she gained valuable insights by collaborating with Prof. Jacques Ammon, who became her long time mentor. Vita Kan was a scholarship holder of DAAD and Ad-Infinitum Foundation as well as receiving the Deutschland-Stipendium (scholarship). 

In her free time, Vita Kan passionately pursues the art of photography. Her interests range from professional artistic shoots to scenery and street photography.