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Aleksandra Arsenova

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Biography

Aleksandra Arsenova was born in Moscow in 2004 in a family of professional musicians.
Aleksandra studies in Moscow Secondary Music School name Gnesin’s  in class of professor Milda Agazarian.

Aleksandra has participated in prestigious music competitions:
•FirstPrizes at the Crystal Key International Harp Competition in Saint-Petersburg (2012)
• The Wales International Harp Festival’s Junior Competition in Caernarfon (2014)
• The eMuse International Online Music Competition in Athens (2015)
• Mark Rubin Moscow Open Youth Harp Competition (2017)
• Finalist of the Wales International Harp Festival’s Youth Competition (2018)
• First prize of the 53th competition "Concertino Prague"(2019)
• First prize of the Moscow mayor's Grant (2017,2019)

Alexandra played as a soloist with the “Cantus Firmus” Moscow Chamber Orchestra, the Nizhniy Novgorod State Philharmonic orchestra, the Orchestra Santiago de Compostela at the Peregrinos Musicales International Festival in Spain (2015), the  “Rotary” Orchestra ,the  “Gnesin’s Virtuosi” under M.Khohlov conducting, the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

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