Konstantin Emelyanov was born in Krasnodar (Russia).
He was initially trained in the Primary Music School in the native place under Tamara Krivorotova.
From 2009 to 2013 Konstantin had moved to Moscow and started to study in Tchaikovsky Academic Music College at the Moscow State Conservatory with Honored Teacher of Russia Olga Mechetina.
Since 2013 Konstantin studies at Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Honored Artist of the Russia professor Alexander Mndoyants (2013-2015), with Honored Artist of Russia Professor Sergey Dorensky and his Assistants – professors Nikolai Lugansky, Andrei Pisarev, Pavel Nersessian (2015-2018).
During 2017-2018 the pianist had studied in Rachmaninov Academy with professor Epifanio Comis in Catania (Italy).
In 2018 he had graduated Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory and had entered the Assistant Trainee (Master Degree) of Piano Department in Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory
(class of professor Sergey Dorensky and professor Nikolai Lugansky).
Being an exceptionally gifted young musician, Konstantin succesfully participates in various prestigioius international music competitions since a very young age. Among them there are International Competition for Young Pianists In Memory of Vladimir Horowitz (2012; Kiev, Ukraine); Verona International Piano Competition (2017; Verona, Italy);
Suzhou International Piano Competition (2017; Suzhou, China).
The pianist captured the international attention as the laureate winner of the I prize and Audience Award in Gian Battista Viotti International Music Competition (2017; Vercelli, Italy).
Among his most recent achievements are the I prize of the 3rd All-Russian Music Competition (2018; Moscow, Russia) and the III prize of XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition (2019; Moscow, Russia).
Konstantin quickly builds an impressive international solo career and performs as a soloist in numerous recitals, tours and other musical events. His festival appearances include The International Music Festival «Great XX-Сentury Sonatas»
in Genova (Italy), International Music Festival «In Memory of Sergey Rachmaninov», International Music Festival
«Stars on the Baikal» etc.
The pianist also often performs as a member of chamber music ensembles - in duo, trios, quartets etc. In 2019 he took part in an exclusive Chamber Music Project «Boesendorfer Loft Philharmoniс» in Moscow which had situated
in the Cultural Center ZIL.
Since 2019 Konstantin had officially become Yamaha Artist.