Alina Ibragimova

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Birthday
28, 1985
Birthplace
Russia
Birth Sign
Libra
Birthplace
Russia

About

One of the youngest winners of the Emily Anderson Prize, as well as a variety of other awards and trusts, including the Royal Philharmonic Society Young Artist Award in 2010.

Before Fame

She began learning violin when she was four and began playing with orchestras and for ceremonies a few years later; she won the London Symphony Orchestra Music Scholarship in 2002, which launched her career.

Trivia

She worked under the guidance of Yehudi Menuhin and played the slow movement in Bach's double violin concerto for Menuhin's funeral, which she had previously played under his instruction at the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 50th Anniversary Celebration in France.

Family Life

Her father, a double bass player, joined the London Symphony Orchestra when she was ten and her family immigrated to England.

Associated With

She attended the Yehudi Menuhin School, a music school for young violinists.