Diplômée (concertiste, musique de chambre et professeur) du Conservatoire Supérieur Tchaïkovski de Moscou, Elina Kuperman remporte plusieurs prix internationaux : deuxième prix et prix spécial au Concours de violon d’Ekaterinbourg (1993), premier prix au Concours Premio Valentino Bucchi (1995), prix Irina au Concours Long-Thibaud (1999), troisième grand prix au Concours de musique de chambre Pierre-Lantier (1999), lauréate de la Fondation Cziffra (2001).
Elle s’installe en France en 1998. 

Soliste, elle est invitée en Europe, au Japon, en Corée, en Israël, aux États-Unis, en Russie. Elle joue avec différents orchestres de Russie, d’Ukraine, de Biélorussie, de France et des États-Unis. 

Depuis 2001, elle est violon solo super-soliste de l’Orchestre de Limoges et du Limousin. 

Elina Kuperman se tourne également vers la direction d’orchestre. Elle a notamment conçu et dirigé le programme du concert spectacle Cordes classiques / Temps modernes (2012). 

Depuis 2014, elle est professeur de violon au Conservatoire de Limoges.

 

 

 

 

 

Elina was born to a family of musicians in the Ukraine, and studied in Kharkov’s renowned musical school. After finishing her studies, she attended the Moscow Conservatory to work with Edouard Grach (violin) and Alexandre Roudin (chamber music) where she graduated with highest honors.

Her talent was  recognized with the Second Prize and Special Prize at the International Violin Competition in Ekaterinbourg (1993) and in Rome, where she received the First Prize of the” Premio Valentino Bucchi” Competition (1995).

Since 1998 Elina resides in France, where she has completed her post-graduated  studies with Alexandre Brussilovsky and Philippe Aïche.

In 1999 she obtains a Special Prize of Long-Thibaud competition and also a Third Prize of “Pierre Lantier” chamber music competition. In 2001 she becomes Cziffra Foundations’ laureate.

These awards launched her career, which lead her to different countries of Europe, Japan, Korea, Israel, Russia and United States. Elina has been featured soloist with numerous  orchestras of Russia, Ukraine, United States and France, and was invited to participate in various festivals.

As a chamber music player, she has been the lead violinist of the Gaudi Quartet, the Arte Quartet, works with Sonia Wieder- Atherton and the Benhaïm Quartet.

Since 2001 Elina is a featured soloist of Limousin Symphony Orchestra and Limoges Opera Orchestra.

She recorded her CD titled “SOLO” in 2007.

Her transcriptions for solo violin of Albeniz’s pieces are published in 2011 by Billaudot Editions.

“Les Tribulations de Mochatello”, a CD recorded with Géraldine Colladant-Hovaere (an author and a narrator) is published in 2010.

While continuing her carreer as a distinguished soloist, chamber music player, violin and chamber music professor, Elina is also conducting.