Swetlana Meermann's playing is influenced by russian, german and french piano schools. She got her Master Degree at Musikhochschule Frankfurt, Germany, and in 2010 she achieved with the highest distinctions her Postgraduate Diploma at the Musikhochschule Karlsruhe. Her teachers were Irina Edelstein, Michael Uhde, Markus Stange. Beside this she completed her education in France at the Music Conservatories in Lyon and Paris (CNSM), working with renowned pianists as Géry Moutier and Brigitte Engerer.
She has won many Prizes and Awards.
Swetlana Meermann won scholarships of Lipezk Region and Russian Government. In Germany she has been awarded with the first "Lions-Club-Prize" and ZIRP-Stipend of Rheinland-Pfalz. She has been broadcasted on TV in both countries.
At age of 16 the pianist gave her debut as a soloist with the State Youth Orchestra Northhampton in Tchaikovsky's piano Concerto No. 1. She also performed with the State Philharmonic Orchestra of the Rheinland-Pfalz and with the Philharmonic State Orchestra of Baden-Baden, Germany.
Swetlana Meermann is also a committed chamber musician. She was selected by the German Foundation of Chamber Music "Villa Musica", where she performed with renowned musicians.
Her music education was completed through master classes with: Menahem Pressler, Anatol Ugorsky, Rudolf Kehrer, Oxana Jablonskaja, Martin Helmchen...
Swetlana Meermann have been also teaching at Musikhochschule Karlsruhe, Landesmusikgymnasium Montabaur, Germany, Conservatoire Départemental de Bourg-la-Reine, France and giving master classes at the Academy of Music of Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, the International Crescendo Summer Academy in Hungary and the music school in Kigali, Rwanda.
She performed in Germany, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Russia, USA, Hungary, Rwanda.