| Alisa Sadikova|
| Classical music|
| 30 March 2003 (age 13)
St. Petersburg, Russia (2003-03-30) |
Marcel Grandjany, Marcel Tournier, Valérie Milot, Isabelle Moretti, Yuri Temirkanov
Alisa Sadikova (Russian: Алиса Садикова) (born 2003) is a prodigy classical harpist from Russia.
Alisa Sadikova Wikipedia
Alisa Sadikova was born on 30 March 2003 in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Harpist and family friend Olga Shevelevich first spotted the young girl's talent when she showed Sadikova a musical piece that the five-year-old started playing right away on the harp. Shelevich subsequently became her music teacher. Currently, Sadikova also studies at the Special Music School of Saint Petersburg Conservatory, with Kristina Bonner, under maestro Vladimir Spivakov's sponsorship.
Alisa has two older sisters who are also classical musicians: Svetlana Sadikova who studies violin, and Anna fortepiano. They have a younger brother, Pavel.
In 2010, Sadikova won the First Prize at the International Youth Competition in New York, and played in the concert of the winners of the competition in Carnegie Hall.
In 2011, she won the First Prize at the international competition for musical talent at Hahnstätten, Germany. In 2012, she was named laureate of maestro Yuri Temirkanov's international foundation for cultural initiatives.
Sadikova performs regularly in Europe and the United States.