Marina Sosnina is one of the most demanded sand arists in Europe. Her artworks invariably fascinate the spectator by their intricate beauty, profound spirituality and delicate technique. The sand under her hands transforms into a sequence of unbelievable images with each one elaborated into a true magic spectacle of visual poetry. Since 2007, Marina has been partcipatng in music concerts, collaborating with great Russian and European musicians, including contre-tenor Gérard Lesne (Tempus Fugit,

Paris, 2015), violinist Pierre Amoyal and Camerata de Lausanne (Les Sérénades et les contes éphémères, Vichy, 2017), a Russian comedian Anatoly Beliy and Moscow Virtuosi chamber orchestra (The Li\le Prince, Moscow, Saint-Petersbourg, 2015-2017). She also created sand illustraions for Bach’s St Mathew Passion in April 2016 in Alsace (The Dominicans) with Strasbourg philharmonic orchestra conducted by Paul Goodwin.

Since 2016 Marina, accompanied by her daughter Eva Sosnina, has been collabora8ng on a permanent basis with Saint Petersburg philharmonic orchestra under the lead of maestro Yuriy Temirkanov and with Saint Petersburg Northern Symphony orchestra, conducted by Maestro Fabio Mastrangelo. Over the last 3 years Marina has created over a dozen performances aimed at family audiences based on such famous stories, as Cinderella, The Nutcracker, The Snow Queen, Pinoccio and many others. On September the 13th at Cathédrale de Chartres (France) Marina will be presen8ng her new musical project Sky and Sand, created in collabora8on with the opera singer Emilie Cousin and the composer Denis Ramos. October 2020 will see Marina’s debut in the United Kingdom with Chaikovskiy’s Nutcracker accompanied by London Royal Philharmonic Orchestra under the lead of Maestro Vasily Peternko.


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Igor Shamraev, manager