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“Nikita and Margarita gave a magical and diverse performance with extraordinarily nuanced artistry, virtuoso fireworks and ensemble collaboration."

William Riddle, Artistic and Executive Director of Venetian Arts Society, FL



The Borisevich Duo, featuring pianist Margarita Loukachkina and violinist Nikita Borisevich, is an internationally acclaimed violin and piano duet, frequently performing across the United States and Europe.


 Mr. Borisevich and Ms. Loukachkina are winners of numerous international music competitions and have collectively performed on world renown stages such as The Kennedy Center( Washington, DC), Mozarteum University Salzburg (Salzburg, Austria), Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory( Moscow, Russia), Shriver Hall (Baltimore, Maryland), California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, CA), JCC Greater Washington (Rockville, MD) and Manuel de Falla Auditorium( Granada, Spain), among others. 


The Borisevich Duo was a recipient of the inaugural Young Artist Development Series Award at The El Paso Pro Musica Festival in collaboration with Peabody Conservatory, and has since then been invited to do a residency at El Paso Pro Musica Festival and Sitka Summer Music Festival by Grammy-Award-winning cellist, Zuill Bailey.


In the 2018-2019 concert season Nikita and Margarita made a debut at the Venetian Arts Society in Florida, the Chamber Music Society of Maryland, and gave performances in Metz, France and Luxembourg.


Last season the Borisevich Duo has made a debut at the Alden Theatre in McLean (VA), the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (NY), the Gualala Chamber Music Society in Gualala (CA), the Tuesday Concert Series in Washington, DC and the Evensong Concert Series in Silver Spring (MD).  


In 2020 The Borisevich Duo was named a winner of the Beverly Hills National Auditions and will perform a series of concerts in Southern California in the 2022 concert season.

In addition to an active performing career, Nikita Borisevich is a professor of chamber music at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.

Also this season the duo will be releasing their debut CD, which will feature a piece by award-winning American composer, Zach Gulaboff-Davis which the duo premiered last season among other works.

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