Uzbekistan who began
formal training at the age of six at the Tashkent
conservatory and continued her studies at the St. Petersburg conservatory.
She was good enough
to pursue a career as a soloist and worked with the National Korean
Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Kazakhstan,
and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Uzbekistan.
As a chamber
musician, she has performed with ensembles in Germany,
Kazakhstan, Korea, Moscow,
St. Petersburg, and Uzbekistan.
She went on to
teach at Tashkent
and some of her students have included Shim Vladimir Alexandrovich,
and Lisa Ferschtman.
Uzbekistan bestowed their People’s Artist of the Republic of Uzbekistan
award upon her in 1989.
In 1991, she
moved to The Netherlands and became first violin with Camerata
Amsterdam, The Hermitage Trio, and the Netherlands Radio Symphony
She formed the
all-female Raduga Ensemble, the only such chamber
orchestra in The Netherlands, and one of few throughout the world, in 1997. In September 2003, the Ensemble
participated in Days of Dutch Culture:
Window on the Netherlands. Alla is
the artistic leader and concert leader of the group.