Khrystyna Sarksyan was born in 1990 in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
She debuted at the age of nine by performing Vivaldi’s Concerto as a soloist with the Kharkiv Philharmonic Orchestra.
In 2006, Khrystyna continued her studies in France and was a scholar of the Kriegelstein, Tarazzi and UGAB Foundations.
Khrystyna has performed in the National Philharmonic of Ukraine, St. Petersburg Conservatory, Salle Cortot, Salle Pleyel, Cité de la Musique in Paris, Théâtre du Châtelet, Geidai University in Tokyo, Tchaikovskiy Hall in Moscow and Radio France Auditorium. She also played in Belle Arté Orchestra, French Flutes Orchestra and in concerts of the National Symphonic Orchestra of Radio France. In 2009-2011, Khrystyna participated in recording two CDs with François Le Roux and Christian Ivaldi and played at the French Flute Convention in 2012.
In 2010, she received a Higher Concert Artist Diploma and a Higher Degree in Chamber Music of the Ecole normale de musique de Paris, both upon the jury’s unanimous decision.
Since 2009, Khrystyna has been studying at CNSMDP in Pierre-Yves Artaud’s class, at Pôle Supérieur Île-de-France for a State Music Professor Diploma, and since 2014 in the Master Program of Chamber Music at CNSMDP in Michel Moraguès’ class.
Khrystyna has also taken master-classes from Andraj Adorjan, Henrik Svitzer, Marina Piccinini, Chang-Kook Kim, Magali Mosnier, Philippe Bernold.