Adelia Askarova was born in 1989. She originally started her music studies at the age of 5 as a pianist, making a great success on stage and getting many prizes at the international young pianists competitions in Russia and abroad. Nevertheless she decided to change direction at the age of 12 and started to study organ. From 2004 to 2007 she studied at the Academic Music College of The Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. In 2012 Adelia Askarova graduated from The Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, where she studied organ with Honored Artist of Russia, Professor Alexei Parshin (the student of Marie-Claire Alain). In 2015 she finished post-graduate course of The Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory (supervisor prof. A.Parshin).
She has been improving her skills at different master-classes by professors J.-H.Hahn (Germany), J.Trummer (Austria), G.Rost (Austria), E.Cardi (Italy), T. van Eck (The Netherlands), B. van Oosten (The Netherlands), J.-P. Sole (Vatican), G.Pasqual (USA), T.Flury (Switzerland).
Her impressive international debut in 2004 as a concert organist is designated by the solo performance in The Waalse Kerk The Hague (The Netherlands) on the historical organ of A.Cavaille-Coll (1885). The program included besides the traditional organ repertoire also her own compositions and improvisations. Adelia Askarova is grown up in a remarkable organ talent, a bright and successful artist subdued a world musical stage. She conducts an active and versatile creative involvement as a performer and a teacher, gives regularly recitals in world famous concert halls, participates in the International Musical Festivals in the countries of Europe and in Russia, has recordings on radio and TV. Adelia Askarova is a winner of several International and National organ competitions, among which: III International Valery Kikta Organ Competition (Russia, 2nd Prize), II National Russian Organ Competition «Sancta Caecilia» (Russia, 1st Prize), International Organ Competition «Don Vincenzo Vitti» (Italy, Grand Prix), III International Competition «Organo Duo» (Russia, 1st Prize), International Organ Competition «Ezerski biseri» (Macedonia, 1st Prize), V International Organ competition «Soli Deo Gloria» (Russia, 2nd Prize).