The French pianist, Racha Arodaky, studied at the Paris National Conservatoire (CNSM) in the class of Dominique Merlet and via the Tchaikovski Conservatoire of Moscow with Yevgueni Malinine. She obtained her first prize of the CNSM at the age of 16. She met Murray Perahia and became one of his rare students, allowing her to complete her career path with the advice of one of the greatest contemporary performers. Exceptionnaly talented, she charted her own course through the most prestigious schools for her instrument.
Racha Arodaky obtained enthusiastic review for three recordings she made exploring different musical worlds, from Felix Mendelssohn (2001), Scriabin (2003) to Domenico Scarlatti (2006), with a selection of 18 sonatas, among a corpus of 550 pieces. Racha Arodaky can reveal the appropriate musical climate, suggesting the density and variety of human feelings with a constant intensity. Even in the Baroque repertoire, she is keen to transcribe the lyricism, expressionism as well as sensuality of the pieces she performs.