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Evgeniya Norkina

Born in 1986. She began her musical education at the Petrozavodsk School of Arts and continued it, enrolling in 1997 at the Special Music School at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. Rimsky-Korsakov to the class of L. A. Baranova, and since 2001 – Honored Artist of Russia, Professor A. G. Stang. From an early age she began giving concerts as a soloist and in chamber ensembles. Having won a number of first prizes at regional, all-Russian and international competitions, at the age of 12 she made her debut with the Symphony Orchestra of the Karelian Philharmonic. She took part in music programs on the radio, performed in concert halls in St. Petersburg, other cities of Russia and abroad. She took part in master classes of such musicians as Eduard Grach, Liana Isakadze, Shlomo Mints, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Galina Turchaninova and others. During her school years she received several awards at competitions and became a scholar of a number of charitable organizations.

Since 2006, Evgenia Norkina has been actively involved in chamber music. Together with her fellow students, she founded the string quartet “ANIMA”, which later gained recognition in Russia and abroad and became a laureate of international competitions. In 2006—2010. the team was trained by Professor Joseph Levinzon. In 2009, the musicians were invited to study at the Netherlands String Quartet Academy (Amsterdam) in the class of Stefan Metz and Eberhard Feltz.

Evgenia Norkina took part in master classes by famous musicians and bands.

In 2010, after graduating from the St. Petersburg Conservatory and the Academy of String Quartets in Amsterdam, the collective was invited by Professor Eberhard Feltz to the postgraduate study at the Berlin Higher School of Music. Eisler.

Since 2015, Evgenia Norkina has been an artist and deputy concertmaster of the St. Petersburg Capella Symphony Orchestra. Since 2015, she has also collaborated with the Mariinsky Theater Symphony Orchestra as a guest musician, gives recitals, and performs with chamber ensembles.