|January 24, 1963
|61 YEARS OLD
Alexander Markov, a renowned violinist hailing from Russia, is expected to achieve a net worth of $6 million by 2024. Known for his exceptional talent and mesmerizing performances, Markov has captured the hearts of audiences worldwide with his virtuosity and passion for music. With numerous accolades and successful concerts under his belt, including collaborations with esteemed orchestras and conductors, Markov's net worth reflects not only his artistic prowess but also the recognition he has received throughout his career. As he continues to enchant audiences with his captivating performances, Alexander Markov solidifies his position as one of Russia's most esteemed violinists.
Violin Prodigy and winner of multiple Paganini International Violin Competition awards and the Avery Fisher Career Grant.
He was born in Moscow and began playing violin at an early age with his father; his family gained citizenship in the United States in 1982.
He was featured in a film by Bruno Monsaingeon playing Paganini's "24 Caprices."
He was raised by two violinists, Albert and Marina Markov, who had him playing solos and with orchestras at the age of eight.
He has performed and recorded many pieces for piano and violin composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.