Baeva is a student at the Moscow Conservatoire in Professor E. D.
Gratch’s studio. She has won a number of competitions: At 12 years
of age she won I Prize and received a special award for best virtuosic
performance at the VII International Youth Violinist Competition
in Closter-Chantal (Germany, 1997); I Prize and special awards for
best Bach and Bartok performances at the T. Vronsky International
Violin Solo Competition in Warsaw (Poland, 2000); I Prize, gold
medal, and nine special awards, including the award for best performance
of a modern composition at the XII G. Venyavsky International Competition
in Poznan (Poland 2001).
Alyona Baeva has participated in many international festivals,
actively concertises throughout Russia, in foreign cities not far
from Russia and also in Italy, Germany, Austria, Greece, France,
Great Britain, Israel, the USA, Brazil, China and in other countries.
She is a “New Name” program champion, M. Rostropovich Scholarship
recipient (and since 2000 a D. F. Oystrakh scholarship recipient),
and soloist with the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic. She has
recorded on radio and television in Russia, the USA, Portugal, Israel,
Poland, and Germany. Alyona Baeva plays a Francesco Ruggeri violin
from 1697, property of the State Collection of the Russian Federation
and presented by the “Violin Art Fund” (Moscow).