Polina was born in Ryazan, in 1988. When she was four, she started her music education at children’s music school No.5 (class of Vladimir Bobylev). In 2007, Polina finished the Chopin Moscow State College of Music Performance (class of Professor Ara Bogdanyan, the Honored Art Worker); in 2012, she graduated from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory after educating in class of the same mentor who is teaching the young musician in the master class now.
The violinist is a laureate of the well-known music competitions:
In 2006, 3rd Prize of the “Classic Heritage” International Competition (Moscow);
In 2009, 4th Prize of the "DEMYUKS" International Demidov Violin Competition (Yekaterinburg);
In 2010, 3rd Prize at the Canetti International Violin Competition (Israel);
In 2011, Grand Prix at the "Open Europe" International Competition and Festival (Moscow);
In 2012, Gran Prix and Shostakovich special award at the 1st International Competition n.a. Savely Orlov (Samara).
In 2013, winner of the Moscow International Competition and Festival of Slavic Music.
In 2014, winner of the 8th "World Muses" International Competition (Moscow), the International Competition and Festival dedicated to the 100th birth anniversary of Hrachya Bogdanyan (Armenia).
In 2015, winner of 1st Prize of V International competition-festival «Night in Madrid» (Spain);
In 2016, winner of 1st Prize of I International competition Agustin Aponte (Tenerife, Spain).
Polina is a fellow of “New Names" and Vladimir Spivakov Foundations, a fellow of the Ministry of Culture of Russia (1999-2000), honored with the Moscow Government Award (2014).
She took part in the Moscow festivals: “Romantic Music of Young Musicians”, “Renaissance” International Music Festival of Youth, “Primavera Classica” International Music Festival, as well as in the International Festival of Chamber Music "32 Semana de la musica camara” in Spain.
Since 2000, Polina has been annually invited to Montreux and Real (Spain) to participate in the International Festival and Courses of Conducting and Professional Skills Improving.
Polina Borisova plays the violin made by Jean Baptiste Vuillaume provided by the State Collection of Unique Musical Instruments
Polina participates in the programs of the Saint-Petersburg Music House since 2013.