Artem Yasynskyy was born in 1988 in Ukraine into a family of professional musicians. At age seven he was accepted at as a pupil of Albina Oryshchuk at the Special School for Gifted Children in Donetsk and gave his first public concert aged eight. He graduated at the Donetsk Prokofiev State Musical Academy with Honours.
From 2010 Yasynskyy continued postgraduate piano studies at the University of the Arts in Bremen with Professor Patrick O’Byrne. During his study he was supported by the Keyboard Charitable Trust, Clavarte Foundation and the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.
Yasynskyy is the recipient of numerous awards and competition prizes. The Gold Medal at the Cincinnati World Piano Competition paved the way to his debut at Carnegie Hall. A further success at the Theodor Leschetizky Competition led to his first commercial recording, a CD for the Grand Piano Label featuring works by Józef Hofmann. His second CD with pieces of Domenico Scarlatti was published in January 2018 by the Naxos Label.
He won prizes at competitions such as the Honens International Piano Competition in Calgary, the Gian Battista Viotti Competition in Vercelli, the Sendai International Music Competition and the Horowitz International Piano Competition in Kiev.
Concert appearances have taken him throughout Ukraine, Germany, Canada, the USA, Italy, Spain, South Korea, Greece, Japan and Russia. He has appeared at diverse international music festivals, including the Honens Festival, Husum Festival, Paderewski Festival, Gina Bachauer Concert Series.