Nika Ryabchinenko is a soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre, the head of the Russian Harp Society (since 2017), and the founder of the Dulova Music Saloon. She studied at the Moscow Gnessin Middle Special School of Music (classes of Mark Rubin and Milda Agazaryan). At the age of 15, she became a prize-winner at the All-Union Harp Competition (1988). After winning the All-Union Harp Competition in Leningrad (1990), she received a harp from the New Names Foundation. Prize-winner at international competitions in the United States, France, Israel, and Bulgaria.
She graduated from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire and completed her assistant traineeship at the Conservatoire (class of Vera Dulova). Ryabchinenko plays the classic pedal harp and the Celtic (frame) harp.
Jury member of international competitions and festivals, organiser of master-classes. Ryabchinenko has held monthly music and educational events for students of music schools and art schools of Moscow and the Moscow Region for seven years. She also organises charity concerts with the participation of musicians and singers of theatres and orchestras of Moscow. Ryabchinenko has given concerts at the Bolshoi Theatre, the Small Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire, the Moscow House of Music, the Yauza Palace and other concert venues.
Information for March 2019