Alena Baeva

Alena Baeva

Alena Baeva

Violinist Alena Baeva is one of the most exciting, versatile, and alluring soloists active on the world stage today.


    Alena Baeva's  career as an international soloist of the highest renown has grown at an extraordinary pace over recent years. She is a regular presence in the leading halls of Asia, Europe, and North America, with highlights including solo appearances with such ensembles as the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, amongst others.

    A deeply collaborative artist, Baeva works closely with many of the world’s leading conductors, both on stage and in the recording studio. chamber music holds a particularly special place in her musical life, with noted collaborators including Martha Argerich, Daishin Kashimoto, Lawrence Power, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Tabea Zimmermann, and the Belcea Quartet, to name just a few.

    Possessing an extraordinary facility for the assimilation of music, coupled with passionate artistic curiosity, Baeva holds a vast and rapidly expanding repertoire including many lesser-known works of the violin literature.

    Baeva is a citizen of Luxembourg, her home since 2010. she began learning the violin aged five under Professor Olga Danilova. progressing quickly, she was the invited aged 10 to study with Professor Eduard Grach, receiving additional coaching from Mstislav Rostropovich, Boris Garlitsky, Seiji Ozawa, and Shlomo Mintz. she won multiple major competitions, including the prestigious international Henryk Wieniawski competition aged just 16.

    Alena Baeva plays on the “ex-William Kroll” Guarneri del Gesù of 1738 (on generous loan from an anonymous patron, with the assistance of J&A Beares).