|Native name||Никита Аркадьевич Борисоглебский|
|Born||1985 (age 28–29)
After completing his post-graduate studies, under Professor Eduard Grach, at the Moscow Conservatory, he went on to further studies at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, starting in 2008, with Professor Augustin Dumay.
He has appeared in recital at festivals in Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Croatia, Austria and Italy and has performed with many Russian and European orchestras, including the Moscow Philharmonic, the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra, the NDR Sinfonieorchester (Hanover), the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra (Poland), the New Russia Orchestra, and the State Symphony Orchestra of Russia.
- 2006 4-6 prize, Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition
- 2007 1st prize, Moscow International David Oistrakh Violin Competition
- 2007 2nd prize, International Tchaikovsky Competition
- 2009 5th prize, Queen Elisabeth Music Competition
- 2010 3rd prize, Montreal International Music Competition
- 2010 1st prize, International Fritz Kreisler Competition
- 2010 1st prize, International Jean Sibelius Violin Competition
- Fuga Libera
- 2012 [FUG594] Édouard Lalo: Symphonie espagnole; Sonata - 'Arlequin' - 'Guitare'. Recorded with the Sinfonia Varsovia, conductor Augustin Dumay and pianist Jean-Philippe Collard.
- 2011 [FUG575] Henri Vieuxtemps: Complete Violin Concertos.
- "Nikita Borisoglebsky". Queen Elisabeth Competition. Retrieved 13 January 2013.
- "Prize Winners 1991-2009". Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition. Retrieved 30 January 2013.
- "Violin 2010 Edition". Montreal International Musical Competition. Concours Musical International de Montréal. Retrieved 2 Feb 2013.
- "CD Lalo par Nikita Boriso-Glebsky". Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. Retrieved 2 Feb 2013.
- (Dutch) "Symphonie espagnole". Muziekweb. Stichting Centrale Discotheek. Retrieved 2 Feb 2013.