Elena Dypkeeva was born in December 1988 to a violinist and trombonist. Her musical talent was already rewarded at the age of 4, when she mastered the entrance exam to the music school for talented children with her first violin. At the age of 6, away you led her further to the Institute of Journalism for the Arts. At the age of 11 she played her first solo concert with orchestra, since that age she was already an intern of the Symphony Orchestra of the State-Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet in Ulan-Ude.
In 2004, Elena Dypkeeva became a pupil of Professor J.N. Mazchenko at the prestigious music college in Novosibirsk. Here she changed the instrument and has been playing since the viola, but also the viola d 'Amore. With both instruments, she managed to become a prize winner at international competitions. At the same time, she played more and more solo concerts or as a soloist with orchestra.
In 2007, Elena Dypkeeva successfully completed the music college and passed the entrance exam for the conservatory in St. Petersburg. Here she became a student of Prof. Andrej Dogadin. Parallel to his studies, Elena Dypkeeva won the rehearsal on the position of the St. Solo viola of the Symphony Orchestra of the capelle pf St. Petersburg and from then on worked alongside the study. In 2013, Elena Dypkeeva successfully completed her studies at the conservatory.
Up to this point, she has participated in countless solo performances, quartet and other chamber music projects in parallel with her work in the capelle and the course of study.
Up to this point, she has participated in countless solo performances, quartet and other chamber music projects in parallel with her work in the Staatskapelle and the course of study. Her entire experience is the basis for the courageous step to Europe, where she became a Master Student at the University of Music and Theater/Hamburg (Prof. Marius Nichiteanu, 1st Solo Viche NDR Orchestra) in 2013. But after the professor left, Elena's search for a suitable teacher in Europe began anew. She found him in Vienna. Since October 2014, Elena Dypkeeva has been a student of Prof. Alexander Zemtsov, first at the Music and Art Private University in Vienna and since October 2015 at the Academy of Music and Dance in Cologne.
Their courage to go to Europe was rewarded not only with excellent educators, but also with great projects and festivals-Salzburg Festival, Djagilev Festival with Teodor Currentzis, Nigel Kennedy, Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Boris Garlitsky, Alexander Hülshoff, Sergei Nakariakov, Dmitri Hvorostovsky and other exceptionally good musicians worked together.
Since October 2017, Elena Dypkeeva has been a professor in the University of Talca/Chile.