As a concert pianist, Sabina has performed on stages in Europe, Asia and the USA. Her international debut was with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra in the Grand Hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow at the age of 14. Sabina is a laureate of numerous international competitions.
Born into a family of musicians in Baku, Azerbaijan, Sabina grew up in Edirne, Turkey. She began studying piano with her mother Prof. Olga Hasanova, and went on to earn her BA studying with her father Prof. Vasif Hasanov, a graduate of Prof. Dmitri Bashkirov’s class at the Moscow Conservatory.
After receiving her Master’s Degree from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul, she found a new home in Vienna, Austria in 2010 where she completed her postgraduate studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Prof Stefan Vladar.
In 2013, Sabina Hasanova, saxophonist Miha Ferk and violinist Jenny Lippl formed Trio Klavis. They established themselves as an exceptional new chamber music ensemble, pioneering the trio formation of violin, saxophone and piano.
Their repertoire ranges from the classical era to 21st century music by living composers. They have contributed significantly to the repertoire of this instrumentation by premiering, commissioning, and composing original works. Their performances, always played by heart, have been praised for their intensity and freedom.
With Trio Klavis, Sabina has recorded 2 studio albums. International tours have taken the trio through Europe, Asia and Africa.
Sabina has been teaching for over 20 years with passionate interest, fusing the discipline of the Russian school with a modern approach.
She taught at Kafkas University State Conservatory in Kars Turkey, between 2008-10, and held the Manager position at the Music and Arts Academy of Amadeus International School Vienna in 2018.
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