Born in 1982, Liubov Ohrimenko began studying the violin at the age
seven. In 1997, She had the privilege to
study at the Accademia di Musica in Milan, Italy. She earned her first Bachelor
in Violin Performance at the Rachmaninov School of Music in Kishinev, Moldava
and studied with Naum Hosh.
In Europe, Ohrimenko has performed with the Teleradio Moldova Symphony
Orchestra, the national Philharmonic Orchestra of Kishinev, the Amadeus Chamber
Orchestra, as well as the Mihai Eminescu Theatre Chamber Orchestra.
In 2002, Ohrimenko participated in the XXI Festival Internacional de
Orquestas de Jovenes (FIOJ), in Murcia, Spain, as the assistant concertmaster
and the 2004 XXIII FIOJ, as the principal second violinist.
Upon moving to Miami, Florida, Ohrimenko attended the University of
Florida’s New World School of the Arts(NWSA), where she won the NWSA’s Concerto
Competition. Ohrimenko completed her studies with Daniel Andai and Amos Fayette.
Ohrimenko currently enjoys performing with groups, such as the Miami
Symphony Orchestra, the Miami Lyric Opera, and the Alhambra Orchestra.