I was offered a place to continue my viola studies - Master in Performance - at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, which I’m very much excited to start in September 2019.
I started to play the violin at the age of 4, since then I always knew (and wished for) that I will become a part of a big and great leading orchestra of the world one day.
I grew in Russian countryside, where children didn’t have any activities, but worked at farms helping their families. Which is not too bad - fresh air and animals around.
I was lucky to be born in family with a grit. My parents wanted me to play the violin. My mum brought me to the music school (my second home in back days), where I started my music lessons.
It was far to commute (1 hour one way journey), but it was always a honor to make music and learn something new.
(as my mum says) I was considered a child prodigy and gave my first solo concert at the age of 10. Many of my performances were shown on the regional TV channels.
In a search for good tutors I've moved to Moscow and continued my education at the world renowned State Gnesin College of Music, where I was offered a scholarship. I studied with the most prominent Russian violinists and professors. I was very lucky to work with orchestras where I played with some of the best world musicians and conductors.
I took a part in numerous masterclasses and had lessons with many famous musicians.
In 2008, at the age of 19, I was offed a place for the Masters Programme in Performance as a non-standard applicant (skipping BMus).
2016 - present, I worked in Secondary School. I teach violin, viola and piano.