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Franco-Moldovan pianist Alissa Zoubritski shares her career between solo piano recitals and chamber music. She majored in both fields at the National Conservatories (CNSM) of Paris and Lyon. She has studied with Rena Shereshevskaya and Géry Moutier. Other influences include Anne Queffelec, Paul Roberts, Aldo Ciccolini, and more.

Passionate about the lyrical repertoire, she graduated with distinction in vocal accompaniment at the Guildhall School of music and drama of London.

She performed as a soloist in various festivals in France, among which La Roque d’Anthéron, Aix-en-Provence, Colmar, Radio-France de Montpellier. Several of her concerts were recorded and broadcasted on the French National Radio. She also gave concerts in China, Poland, Germany, Moldova, Greece, the USA,...

Alissa is a laureate of a number of international piano competitions, among which "Vulaines sur Seine", "Opus Yvelines",  "Lions club" international competition in France and Germany.

Appointed vocal coach of the Paris Bastille Opera Studio in 2011, she played for opera productions and recitals, and met and collaborated with conductors, stage managers and choreographs. These experiences nurtured her musical vision and her interpretations. Venues included vocal recitals at the Opera in Paris, Lille, Nancy, Lyon, and at the Louvre Auditorium. Among her stage partners are Michal Partyka (baryton), Diana Axentii (soprano), Sophie Boyer (soprano), Damien Pass (bass-baryton)…

In 2019 Alissa recorded a CD dedicated to vocal transcriptions for the piano. Recorded under the artistic guidance of Alice Legros, pieces include transcriptions of lieder and melodies by Rachmaninov, Liszt, Granados. Three of the pieces are world premieres: “Tic-Tac” for piano by French composer Jean-Baptiste Robin, as well as two transcriptions by Alissa of the melodies  “Dream” by Rachmaninov, and “Les chemins de l’amour” by Poulenc.

Alissa is involved in the education of young pianists and singers, and teaches at the Ecole Normale Alfred Cortot, where she is the teaching assistant of Rena Shereshevskaya, and is vocal coacg at the Conservatory of  Rueil-Malmaison.

She was awarded the “prix de la vocation Bleustein Blanchet”.

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