Alla Pushnenkova was born in Russia.
In 1989 she graduated from Piano performance department of State Ufa Institute of Art (Russia). In 1994 she got a post-graduate course in Piano performance at Ekaterinburg State Conservatory named after Mussorgsky (Russia).
Since 1989 till 2002 worked as a Piano Teacher and Chair of the Piano Department at Chelyabinsk State Institute of Arts (Russia).
Since 2001 Alla Pushnenkova has lived in Portugal and worked in different educational institutions: since 2002 to 2019 - a professor of Piano playing at Superior Conservatory of Gaia (Portugal), since 2004 till present time - a piano teacher at Calouste Gulbenkian Conservatory of Music in Aveiro (Portugal).
She also conducts annual Piano Techniques seminars for teachers and students at University of Aveiro (Portugal), takes part in music conferences, organized by University of Aveiro (Portugal).
Annually holds seminars and trainings for professors and students of piano faculties.
Besides teaching Alla Pushnenkova takes part in music competitions and concerts: in 1996 received an honorary Diploma of International Music Competition of Pier Lantue (Paris), in 1999 - the Third Prize at International Music Competition in Moncalieri (Italy).
Since 2002 till present time took part in several solo concerts and chamber music concerts in Portugal: V International Piano Festival Celebrating Great Pianists, Festival-celebration of Lopes Graça, International Music Festival of Gaia, Autumn Festival of Aveiro.
Her students got several prizes at national and international competitions as well.
For achievements in piano performance and music education in 1996 she was included into Catalog of the Russian Culture Fund (Encyclopedia of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 1996), in 2000 got a Scientific Degree in Higher Education (Piano performance) of the Ministry of Education of Russian Federation.
Alla Pushnenkova has several publications: articles and books on piano art history and composer’s techniques (Chopin, Debussy, Rachmaninoff).
In 2014 AVA Publishing (Portugal) launched the "Album of a small pianist", a collection of piano pieces composed by Alla Pushnenkova.
Johann Sebastian Bach
The Well Tempered Clavier, BWV 846-869, Book 1:
Preludes and Fugues NºNº5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 22
The Well Tempered Clavier, BWV870-893 Book 2:
Preludes and Fugues NºNº13, 17, 20
Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue, BWV 903
Toccata in Re major, BWV 913
Harpsichord Concerto Nº8 in D minor, BWV 1052
Harpsichord Concerto Nº5 in F minor, BWV 1056
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartAdagio in B minor, K.540
Fantasia in C minor, K.396/385f NSA
Fantasia in D minor, K.397/385g
Fantasia in F minor, K.608 (the arrangement for piano by A.Pushnenkova)
Piano Concerto Nº17 in G major, K.453
Piano Concerto Nº21 in C major, K.467
Piano Sonata Nº2 in F major, K.280/189
Piano Sonata Nº10 in C major, K.330/300h
Piano Sonata Nº15 in F major, K.533/494
Piano Sonata Nº18 in D major, K.576
Piano Sonata Nº17 in B-flat major, K.570
Piano Sonata in F major, K.Anh.135/547a
Ludwig van Beethoven11 Bagatelles, Op.119
Andante favori, WoO 57
Piano Concerto Nº2, Op.19
Piano Sonata Nº3, Op.2 Nº3
Piano Sonata Nº9, Op.14 Nº1
Piano Sonata Nº13, Op.27 Nº1
Piano Sonata Nº28, Op.101
Rondo, Op.51 Nº1
Franz SchubertWanderer Fantasy in C major, D 760
Piano Sonata in A major D664
Piano Sonata in A minor DV 537
Felix MendelssohnRondo capriccioso, Op.14
Robert SchumannAbegg Variations, Op.1
Johannes Brahms3 Intermezzi, Op.117
6 Klavierstücke, Op.118
Piano Concerto Nº2, Op.83
Frédéric ChopinBallade No.1, Op.23
Ballade Nº, Op.47
Piano Concerto Nº1, Op.11
Piano Sonata Nº2, Op.35
Sergei RachmaninoffPiano Sonata Nº2, Op.36
2 Preludes, Op.23 Nº5, Nº6
Variations on a Theme of Corelli, Op.42
Moments musicaux, Op.16 NºNº3, 4, 5
Aleksandr ScriabinPiano Sonata Nº2, Op.19
Piano Sonata Nº4, Op.30
5 Preludes, Op.16
4 Preludes, Op.22
Etude Op.42 Nº5
Waltzes, Mazurkas of different opuses
Pieces for piano by Russian composers:
Anton Arensky, Aleksandr Borodin, Mikhail Glinka, Anatoly Liadov.
J.Bach3 Sonatas for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord, BWV 1027-1029
W-A.MozartTrio in E-flat major, K.498
Violin Sonata in D major, K.306/300l
Violin Sonata in F major, K.376/374d
Violin Sonata in G major, K.379/373a
Violin Sonata in E-flat major, K.380/374f
Violin Sonata in A major, K.402/385e
Violin Sonata in B-flat major, K.454
Violin Sonata in E-flat major, K.481
Violin Sonata in A major, K.526
L.BeethovenPiano Trio in E-flat major, Op.1 Nº1
Cello Sonata Nº1, Op.5 Nº1
Cello Sonata Nº3, Op.69
Cello Sonata Nº5, Op.102 Nº2
Violin Sonata Nº5, Op.24
Violin Sonata Nº7, Op.30 Nº2
Violin Sonata Nº9, Op.47
F. SchubertArpeggione Sonata, D.821
R. SchumannMyrthen, Op.25
Violin Sonata No.1, Op.105
3 Romanzen, Op.94
J. BrahmsClarinet Sonata Nº1, Op.120 Nº1
Clarinet Sonata Nº2, Op.120 Nº2
Clarinet Trio, Op.114
Cello Sonata Nº1, Op.38
Cello Sonata Nº2, Op.99
Violin Sonata Nº2, Op.100
M.Ravel5 Mélodies populaires grecques
Francis PoulencClarinet Sonata, FP 184
Mikhail GlinkaTrio Pathétique
S. RachmaninoffTrio élégiaque Nº1 in G minor
Romances of different opuses