Kristina Kosmina was born in Saint Petersburg in 1983. At four years old, she began to play on the piano in a private lessons. At the same age she began a figure skating. After three years, she decided to concentrated on a life of pianist.

From 1989 to 2004 in Russia, Denmark, Great-Britain and Poland, she passed in the prestigious music schools to academy via the university.
She will study, amongst other things, in Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in Saint Petersburg in Russia and Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in Poland.
She will have as professors Tamara Poddubnaya, Olga Kurnavina, Alexey Kalmykov, Bronislawa Kawalla, Barbara Hesse-Bukowska and others.

Kristina was participated in some internationals contests, as Steinway International Competition (1st place in 1993) and Léonie Sonnings Music Award Competition of Copenhagen in Denmark and New Time Competition of Berlin in Germany.

Since 1991, she gave concerts private or public in solo or with chamber orchestras as “Randers Chamber Orchestrated” or “Aalborg Symphony Orchestra”.

Graces to all these schools, Kristina can give the lessons in Russian, French and English.