Hanna Hrybkova
Armenian Music Ensemble - Violin

Violinist Hanna Hrybkova began studying violin at the age of 5 in her native Belarus. Currently, Hanna is a Master’s student at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music and a violinist of the VEM ensemble studying with Professor Movses Pogossian.

Hanna began studying violin at the Akhremchik Gymnasium of Arts with Galina Goncharova and continued her studies at the Special School of Music affiliated with the St. Petersburg Conservatory in the class of Prof. Savely Shalman. Hanna completed her bachelor’s degree as a Woodruff Scholar at the Schwob School of Music where she studied with Professor Sergiu Schwartz, and she has also graduated from the St. Petersburg Conservatory where she studied with Ilya Ioff.

Following her concert debut in Italy in 2009, Ms. Hrybkova has performed in recitals and as a soloist with orchestra at numerous venues in Belarus, Russia, Europe, and the United States.

Hanna performed with the Schwob Philharmonic Orchestra as a winner of 2017-18 and 2019-20 CSU/Schwob Conservatory of music Concerto Competitions at River Center of the Performing Arts. She has also performed with the Georgia Philharmonic orchestra as a winner of the Samuel Fordis Young Artist Concerto Competition. Among other awards, Hanna holds first prize at the Atlanta Music Club competition, Second prize at the Rudolf Barshai String Competition. Additionally, Hanna Hrybkova had been awarded a scholarship from the Glazunov Foundation and received scholarships to participate in music festivals among which are the Summer Academy in Murren, Switzerland, and the Montecito Chamber Music Festival.

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