In 1990, Anatol Ugorski emigrated to Berlin/Germany. This was not for the miserable political and economic situation, but for the fact that in the former Soviet Union, the Jews where being held responsible for the disastrous state of the nation.
On March 14, 1992 Ugorski made his début in Italy in the sold-out Milan conservatory. 2.500 enthusiastic listeners (among them the minister of education and arts) celebrated the « genius Ugorski » (Il Giorno). Critics counted him among the greatest masters on the piano.
Anatol Ugorski regularly gives concerts in the most important musical metropols of the world such as Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Leipzig, Zurich, Paris, Milan, Madrid, Brussels, Copenhagen, Vienna, Amsterdam, Athens, USA, Australia, Japan and the Far East, with such renowned orchestras as German State Opera Berlin, Czech Philharmonic, Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam (Ingo Metzmacher), Orchestre de Paris (Pierre Boulez), Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestre National de Lyon (Günter Herbig), Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie Brussels (Libor Pesek), Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony (Pierre Boulez), Montreal Symphony Orchestra (Charles Dutoit). Tokyo Philharmonic (Gerard Schwarz), New Japan Philharmonic.
He appeared and appears at the Ravinia Festival in the USA, at the Festival Lanaudière in Canada, Rheingau Musikfestival, Berliner Festwochen and the Salzburg Festival.
Apart from his concert activities, he holds a professorship at the Detmold college of music.