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Russian Violinist Shortlisted for UK Classical "Grammy"
22.08.2011 13:13
Russian Violinist Shortlisted for UK Classical
Alina Ibragimova

Alina Ibragimova, the beauty and talented Russian violinist, who is only 26, has been included in the shortlist of 45 finalists of the British Gramophone Classical Music Awards.

      The jury of the prestigious British award nominated Alina Ibragimova in the chamber music category for her recording of Beethoven’s Violin Sonatas with the French pianist, Cedric Tiberghien. Altogether the jury chose 3 musical disks for each of 15 categories. 

      Alina began playing violin, when she was only four years old. Aged six, she was already performing on the stage of Moscow’s Bolshoi Theater. Her father is a bass viol player Rinat Ibragimov, who infected Alina with love for classical music.

      When she was 11 years old, he offered a position with the London Symphony Orchestra, so her family moved to UK. There Alina studied firstly at Yehudi Menuhin School and then at the Royal College of Music.

      Alina Ibragimova has already received many prestige music rewards. In 2009, Alina Ibragimova was winner of Classical BRIT Awards and in 2010 she became youngest person to win the Royal Philharmonic Society's Emily Anderson Prize.

      The organizators of the 2011's Gramophone Classical Music Awards will reveal the names of winners on October 6 at London's Dorchester Hotel. 


Sources: RIA Novosti Russia Today 

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian music Russian musicians Alina Ibragimova Classical music  

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