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Elena Denisova was born in Moscow and began music lessons at the age of four. She studied under two of David Oistrakh’s favourite students, Valery Klimov and Oleg Kagan, and in 1990 she began a remarkable career which has led to collaborations with numerous famous orchestras, such as the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra London, the Munich Symphoniker, the Budapest Radio Orchestra, the Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg and the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra. ??
She has performed as a soloist at countless festivals, for example the Carinthischer Sommer, the Flanders Music Festival, the Hörgänge and Klangbogen festivals in Vienna, the Ljubljana Festival, the Russian Winter festival in Moscow, the Concerti di Primavera in Parma, Beethovenfest Boon and many others. Elena Denisova has been artistic director of the Woerthersee Classics Festival since 2002.
Elena Denisova regards herself an ardent "ambassador of tonal magic" and this credo underlies and informs all of her interpretations of both the Classical and the Modern. Various contemporary composers have dedicated works to her and she has immortalised these in numerous recordings.
The violinist collaborates with Machold “Rare Violins”, she is a jury member of numerous international violin competitions and she also teaches at the Austro American Institute in Vienna. She supports young violinists and regularly performs at benefit concerts, for example in support of pulmonary hypertension sufferers.