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The first performance was in 2010, playing Tatyana in Tchaikovsky's opera "Eugene Onegin" on the educational stage of the Russian University of Theatre Arts. In 2011, Alexandra Zarubina took part in G. Donizetti's opera "Companello di note", as Serafina, in the Moscow Musical Theatre "Helikon-Opera". Also this year Alexandra participated in music festival «Kammeroper Schloss» in Rheinsberg (Germany). There she was singing concerts of Russian romance and Gala concerts with orchestra.
In 2012, participated in Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo performing different concerts and master classes. Director and conductor was Fabio Luisi. In 2012 she won the first prize in the nomination "Academic vocals" at the International competition of Performing Arts "Golden Dolphin" in Sochi, Russia.
Since 2013, Alexandra Zarubina is working with the Moscow State Orchestra (director and conductor Dmitry Orlov), with concert organization "Stars of Russian Romance" and with the Ivan Kozlowsky Foundation.
In 2013 she won the first prize in the nomination "Academic vocals" at the International competition festival of performing Arts "Southern Star" in Rostovon-Don, Russia.
In 2015 year Alexandra Zarubina won the 1st Prize in the nomination "Young performer" at "Spring of romance 2015" competition in St. Petersburg, Russia. The same year Alexandra sang Adina in the opera of G. Donizetti "L'elisir d'amore" at IV international St. Petersburg Music Festival "All together opera" with the participation of leading conductors and soloists of Opera theatres in St. Petersburg, Moscow and Europe.
In 2016 she patricipated at V international St. Petersburg Music Festival "All together opera", sang Susanna from "Le nozze di Figaro". Since 2017 Alexandra has been working in St. Petersburg Chamber Opera theatre.
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