Born in 2000, Alice Sinacori grew up in a family of musicians. She began her violin training with Elisabeth Wybou and then with Véronique Bogaerts (finalist of the Queen Elisabeth competition) in the "young talents" section of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Brussels, which she joined at the age of 13.
She then continued her training with Igor Gruppman and Vesna Stefanovic-Gruppman at the Rotterdam Conservatory (Codarts).
In parallel to her violin studies, she developed a passion for the viola and decided to follow the teaching of Leo De Neve at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp. After a few months of viola practice, she immediately won first prize in her category at the International Barshai Competition.
Alice had the chance to attend many masterclasses and to meet fabulous musicians who encouraged her a lot: Lorenzo Gatto, Fabian Perdichizzi, Nicolas Gourbeix, Marc Danel, Francesco Parrino, Diederick Suys, Razvan Popovici...
Highly appreciated as a chamber music partner, Alice is regularly invited to play with excellent musicians such as the Kheops ensemble and has founded with young people from all over Europe a chamber music group with variable geometry, an original and experimental formation.
All her projects give her the opportunity to travel and give concerts in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland, France, Italy and Romania.
Alice is also passionate about the orchestra and has won auditions to join youth orchestras like the EUYO, NJO...
The 2021-2022 season is very rich for Alice who has been selected as an academician to join the viola desks of the National Orchestra of Belgium, the symphony orchestra of Antwerp while pursuing her Master of Viola at the Antwerp Conservatory.