Alisa was born in a family of musicians. The first years of her

life Alisa lived in Georgia, then in Poland and then she moved

with her family to Russia. The first music education she got in

Tver Music School and Music College named after M. P.

Musorgsky. Her first teacher, Stepan Miltonyan, He taught Alisa

by his special developed method of study music by way of

improvisation. Due to this method Alisa has learned not only

play the violin, but also composing music. In her first concert

she played her own compositions on the violin and the piano.

During her study in music college she started to learn music

theory and composition more in-depth. Alisa continued her

education in Saint-Petersburg conservatory. Alisa was

scholarship holder of goverment of Tver Region and Russian

Performing Arts (Moscow). As violinist she took part in such

projects as Festival Junger Künstler Bayreuth (Germany),

Hiiumaa Homecoming Festival (Estonia), Festival Les Classique

de Villars (Switzerland), Davos Festival (Switzerland), Animato

Philharmonic Orchestra European tours and other projects. Her

music published by the biggest russian publishing house

"Music". In January 2018 was the successful premiere of a

musical fairy tale "The Music Store" (Libretto by L. Legut) for an

actor and symphonic orchestra in cooperation with Kostroma

Gubernsky Symphonic Orchestra under direction of Pavel

Gershtein. Presently Alisa studies composition at the Munich

Music Academy with professor Jan Müller-Wieland and taking

active part of the musical life as a violinist.

Photo by Roman Mordashev

Alisa was born in a family of musicians. The first years of her life

Alisa lived in Georgia, then in Poland and then she moved with her

family to Russia. The first music education she got in Tver Music

School and Music College named after M. P. Musorgsky. Her first

teacher, Stepan Miltonyan, He taught Alisa by his special

developed method of study music by way of improvisation. Due to

this method Alisa has learned not only play the violin, but also

composing music. In her first concert she played her own

compositions on the violin and the piano. During her study in

music college she started to learn music theory and composition

more in-depth. Alisa continued her education in Saint-Petersburg

conservatory. Alisa was scholarship holder of goverment of Tver

Region and Russian Performing Arts (Moscow). As violinist she

took part in such projects as Festival Junger Künstler Bayreuth

(Germany), Hiiumaa Homecoming Festival (Estonia), Festival Les

Classique de Villars (Switzerland), Davos Festival (Switzerland),

Animato Philharmonic Orchestra European tours and other

projects. Her music published by the biggest russian publishing

house "Music". In January 2018 was the successful premiere of a

musical fairy tale "The Music Store" (Libretto by L. Legut) for an

actor and symphonic orchestra in cooperation with Kostroma

Gubernsky Symphonic Orchestra under direction of Pavel

Gershtein. Presently Alisa studies composition at the Munich Music

Academy with professor Jan Müller-Wieland and taking active part

of the musical life as a violinist.

Photo by Roman Mordashev

Alisa was born in a family of musicians. The first years of her life

Alisa lived in Georgia, then in Poland and then she moved with her

family to Russia. The first music education she got in Tver Music

School and Music College named after M. P. Musorgsky. Her first

teacher, Stepan Miltonyan, He taught Alisa by his special

developed method of study music by way of improvisation. Due to

this method Alisa has learned not only play the violin, but also

composing music. In her first concert she played her own

compositions on the violin and the piano. During her study in

music college she started to learn music theory and composition

more in-depth. Alisa continued her education in Saint-Petersburg

conservatory. Alisa was scholarship holder of goverment of Tver

Region and Russian Performing Arts (Moscow). As violinist she

took part in such projects as Festival Junger Künstler Bayreuth

(Germany), Hiiumaa Homecoming Festival (Estonia), Festival Les

Classique de Villars (Switzerland), Davos Festival (Switzerland),

Animato Philharmonic Orchestra European tours and other

projects. Her music published by the biggest russian publishing

house "Music". In January 2018 was the successful premiere of a

musical fairy tale "The Music Store" (Libretto by L. Legut) for an

actor and symphonic orchestra in cooperation with Kostroma

Gubernsky Symphonic Orchestra under direction of Pavel

Gershtein. Presently Alisa studies composition at the Munich Music

Academy with professor Jan Müller-Wieland and taking active part

of the musical life as a violinist.

Photo by Roman Mordashev

ALISA SPILNIK
ALISA SPILNIK
ALISA SPILNIK