Virginia Cunningham Dulaski, a pianist who gave recitals and concerts in Washington, Russia and Mexico, died Nov. 12 at George Washington University Hospital after a long illness.

Born in Atlanta, Ga., she received a bachelor's degree in music from Flora MacDonald College in North Carolina and studied privately in New York City.

In 1933, Mrs. Dulaski went to Russia as an accompanist for a couple from New York who were vocalists, and as a piano soloist. She gave three concerts in the Soviet Union under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture.

She was admitted to the Moscow Conservatory in 1935. At that time she met Benedict J. Dulaski, who had been transferred to Moscow from the American Embassy in Warsaw.

They were married in Moscow, Later Mrs. Dulaski accompanied her husband on assignments to Belgrade, Budapest, Washington and Mexico. He now is with the U.S. Information Agency's motion picture and television service here. They had lived here since 1951.

While in Mexico, where she gave recitals in several cities, Mrs. Dulaski studied music at the National Conservatory. She also had studied at the Juilliard School of Music in New York.

Mrs. Dulaski was a member of the National, District of Columbia. Virginia and Maryland teachers associations, the Friday Morning Music Club and the American Guild of Organists. SHe had been assistant organist at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Potomac.

In addition to her husband, of the home in Bethesda, she is survived by a daughter, Hona Anne Williams, of Silver Spring: a son, Benedict J., of Indiana University in Bloomington, and two grandchildrren.