Ukrainian violinist and singer. Was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1965.

After graduating from The National Music Academy, she studied at The Music Academy in Nice, France. As the soloist of The Ukrainian National Philharmonic and the first violin of the string quartet Capris Plus, she performed at many famous European concert halls.

In 1999, she released her debut album of modern instrumental album titled “Homo Novus.”

In 2001, together with Andreas Vollenweider, Mark Knopfler, Robert Plant, Sting and Depeche Mod, Assia Ahhatt took part in Music & Film Festival.

Within this festival Assia Ahhatt had also performed at unique concert known as “8 violinists” together with John Blake, Pierre Blanchard, Mark O’Connor, Regina Carter, Krzesimir Debski, Jean Luc Ponty & Vadim Repin.

In 2002, Assia Ahhatt released the album “For You, Anais,” featuring both instrumental and vocal tracks.Her latest album “Angels Don’t Smoke” was released in 2010.

Assia Ahhatt has released seven pop music albums.

Edited by redron_ on 1 Jul 2013, 17:56

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