Alina Ibragimova gained notice like a sensationally gifted kid prodigy, first in Russia then as an émigré in Britain. She continued to satisfy the guarantee of her youngsters, developing a main international concert profession and receiving several prestigious awards, like the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Emily Anderson Reward. She’s also made many distinguished recordings, possibly the most acclaimed which was her 2009 Hyperion accounts from the J.S. Bach sonatas and partitas for single violin. Ibragimova’s repertory stretches well beyond Bach, consuming functions by Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Prokofiev, Szymanowski, Hartmann, Roslavets, Ligeti, and many more. Ibragimova has offered in the dual part of soloist and conductor and offers often made an appearance in chamber music recitals with such performers as pianist Cédric Tiberghien. Besides Hyperion, she’s documented for EMI and BIS. Alina Ibragimova was created in Polevskoy, Russia, on Sept 28, 1985. Her dad is a dual bass participant and her mom a violinist and instructor. From age group four Ibragimova performed the violin, with five began research in the Moscow-based Gnessin Condition Musical University, with Valentina Korolkova. Ibragimova produced her first single looks with orchestra at age group six. Her family members relocated to London in 1996 when her dad became principal dual bass using the London Symphony Orchestra. In London Ibragimova analyzed in the Yehudi Menuhin College (where her mom became a violin teacher) and later on in the Guildhall College of Music. Ibragimova concluded research at London’s Royal University of Music with Gordan Nikolitch. In 2005, while still students in the RCM, Ibragimova created the Chiaroscuro Quartet, which performs Classical-era repertory on period devices. 2005 was also the entire year Ibragimova dazzled viewers on the Salzburg Mozarteum using a performance from the Mozart Second Violin Concerto, which she also executed. From 2005-2007 she performed being a BBC New Era Artist. Her initial recording being a highlighted soloist emerged in 2007 on the Hyperion CD from the Concerto funebre for violin and strings and various other functions by Karl Amadeus Hartmann. IN-MAY 2009 Ibragimova was presented with the Young United kingdom Performer Classical BRIT prize. Her mounting concert successes, aswell as the important acclaim of her 2009 Bach documenting, paved the best way to her award from the Emily Anderson Award in-may 2011. Her two amounts from the Beethoven violin sonatas, with pianist Cédric Tiberghien, released this year 2010 and 2011 in the Wigmore Hall Live label, have scored another critical achievement.