The Czech violinist Lada Fedorova studied at the Prague conservatory and the Janacek Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno. She later continued her studies at the Royal Academy of Music Århus and the Vest Jyske Conservatory in Esbjerg in Denmark where she concluded her studies with a soloist diploma.
She has been awarded several prizes at various competitions including the international competition in Dolny Kubin SK, Concertino Praga CZ, the international competition in Zabrze PL and first prize from the Radio Katowitze, PL.In 2012 she was awarded a prize from her Royal Highness Princess Marie which she personally received.
She has attended various masterclasses with many of the worlds prestigious violinists including J. Epstein, Isaac Stern, Vaclav Hudecek and Cenek Pavlik- Guarneri Trio Prague.
She has recorded two CD’s. Romance from Andalousie - virtuous dances of Pablo de Sarasate and Czech Violin romance. In that CD she gave the world premier of the violin concerto in D major by J.V.Kalivoda and playing other works by czech composers with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.
She was also a member of the Czech Philharmonic collegium, a chamber orchestra that includes musicians from the Czech Philharmonic and concertmaster of Czech Symfoniker. As a soloist, she has performed with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, the Janacek Philharmonic orchestra, the South Bohemian Philharmonic, Archi Ensemble and the Czech symfoniker. She is very much active as a soloist in various international music festivals and solo concerts. Lada currently plays a violin by the 18. century (year 1757) violin maker Giovanni Battista Gabrielli from Cremona Italy. She is also member of piano trio Everdel, together with pianist Lucie Kaucka and cellist Sebastien Breguet.