Pianist Nikita Galaktionov was born in Moscow on August 25, 1995. Graduated from the Central Music School at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. A student of Arkady Sevidov, professor of the Moscow Conservatory, laureate of the Fourth Tchaikovsky Competition Arkady Sevidov. He was twice rejected by the Moscow Conservatory. He graduated from the Maimonides Jewish Academy, without interrupting his studies with Sevidov.
On a professional stage from the age of eight. Performed at the Grand Kremlin Palace Georgievsky Hall , in the Residence of the Ambassador of the Russian Federation and the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Washington, in the Beethoven Hall of the Bolshoi Theater, in the General Consulate of the Russian Federation in New York, the Zaryadye Concert Hall, the Representation of the Russian Federation to UNESCO in Paris, the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall The Moscow Philharmonic, The Mansion at Strathmore, the Moscow International House of Music, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory.
Together with Professor Arkady Sevidov, he toured Prague, Rome, Yekaterinburg, Milan, Vienna, Tallinn, Vilnius and Washington with the program "Maestro and His Student".
The only Russian musician has been performing at Carnegie Hall for the fifth year in a row.
Creator of the first music video in Russia for a classical piece for piano - "Dreams of Love" by Franz Liszt.
Released the disc "The best", where he recorded the best pieces for piano by Russian composers.
At the age of 13, he won first prize at the international competition "Euterpe" in Corato (Italy), ahead of his 18-year-old rivals. Since then, in principle, has not taken part in any musical competitions.
International music competition Euterpe - 1st prize (2009)
American Fine Arts Festival - 2 Certificates of Excellence (2015)
International children's music festival (2016)
New York State Assembly Certificate (2018)
Proclamation from Senator Martin J. Golden (2018)
American Fine Arts Festival - Certificate of Excellence (2018)
New York State Assembly Certificate of Merit (2019)