Pavel Egorov graduated from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatoire in 1975 where he studied with Professors T.Nikolaeva and V.Gornostaeva. In 1974 he won Grand Prize and Gold Medal at the International Schumann Competition in Zwickau, Germany. Since 1976 pianist lives and works in St. Petersburg, successfully combining teaching and intense concert activity, both in Russia and abroad. In 1980, after finishing post-graduate studies, he was invited to teach at the St. Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory, where he is currently working as a Professor of Department of Special Piano. There are a lot of laureates of the various international competitions among his pupils. Pavel Egorov has conducted open lessons and master-classes in Germany, Holland, Belgium, Sweden and Taiwan. He is conducting annual master-classes “La Scuola Russia” in Rome, Italy since 1993. He was a visiting professor of Keimyung University of Taegu, South Korea in 1996-1998. In 2002 and 2003 he conducted master-classes in Canada. Member of jury of the international and national piano competitions, since 1989 heads jury of Annual International Competition of piano duets "Brother and sister" (S-Petersburg). Pavel Egorov is the organizer and art director of chamber music festivals "Schumann's evenings" and "Days of Brahms in Petersburg" conducted at the St. Petersburg Philharmonia with participation of well-known Russian and international musicians.
On May 9, 2003, the pianist Pavel Egorov received the Order of Polish Government "For merits in culture".