Valeria Zorina is a much sought-after guest in prestigious concert halls: Queen Elisabeth and the Barbican Hall (London), the Temppeliaukion Hall (Helsinki), the Liederhalle Stuttgart and the Alte Aula Heidelberg (Germany), the Moscow International House of Music (Russia), the Auditorio Nacional Madrid (Spain), as well as at multiple international music festivals, such as the Cardiff Festival (UK), the Schwetzinger Festspiele, the Hambacher Musikfest and the Villa Musica (Germany), the Evian Rostropovich Festival, and the Royaumont Festival (France).
As a chamber musician, Valeria has shared the stage with Mark Lubotsky, Nicolás Chumachenco, and Valentin Berlinsky. Being a disciple of David Takeno and Sir Yehudi Menuhin Valeria has worked with and performed under Sir Colin Davies, Mstislav Rostropovich, Günter Pichler, and Peter Eötvös.
Awards at international competitions such as the Cittá di Padova Prize, the Concorso Zinetti, the Marco Fiorindo International Competition, the Karlsruher Kammermusikwettbewerb, and the Kammermusikwettbewerb of the Kulturfonds Baden led the young Moldavian violinist to sign contracts with distinguished radio stations: WDR, Radio Berlin Brandenburg, Bayerischer Rundfunk, SWR 2.
In the highest recognition of her artistic activity, Valeria Zorina is awarded an honorary membership in Rotary International, and she is often a jury member at prestigious classical music competitions and awards around the world.
Valeria’s second CD, «Present,» released with the label OEHMS CLASSICS and highly acclaimed by the press, has led composers from Italy, France, and Denmark to dedicate compositions to her.
Her interest in the new dimensions of composing for violin and her unique and charming way of communication with the public always makes Valeria’s performances totally compelling.
Her new CD project SOUNDMAPS on NAXOS / OEHMS CLASSICS has been recently released and highly recommended by the emblematic FANFARE ARCHIVE USA.
Valeria Zorina has a professorship at Centro Superior KATARINAGURSKA in Madrid, and she is a guest professor at the Music Academy and Festival in Brescia.