Assia Davidov grew up far away from the great center of musical metropole and opera. In early childhood she realized a great love for music, mainly singing, as her mother still used to sing folk and cradle songs for her. However nobody could guess that there was a talent growing up that would later be a wonderful combination of heart and artistic power, of feeling and intellectual pervasion. in Uzbekistan
In 1988 it was first confirmed that she was on the right way, a decision that she had made early in her life: she won the singing competition “Talents are welcome” in Tashkent, where she had started to study piano and then singing. She had never needed that confirmation for herself, for her the path was clear. For the world of music this 1st prize was however very important: it began to notice the young singer. Her debut was the Contessa in Mozart’s “Le Nozze di Figaro”, a part with some difficulties and complexities. “Mozart is like a balm to the soul, but his seeming simplicity is often not possible to manage, neither technically nor stylistically. It requires a lot of discipline.”
.“The Voice of Israel” . The final touch to her education was achieved in Israel at the Rubin-Academy and therefore it is not surprising, that only two years after her first win in the competition in 1990 she also wonPlacido Domingo Assia Davidov gratefully remembers her teachers, Friedl Teller-Blum, Bill Woodroff and the famous Raffaele Arié, who himself sang at the Scala in Milano for thirty years, but also Franco Iglesias, who also trained
In the meantime a dream really had come true: the world famous Bolschoi Theatre in Moscow had contacted and engaged the young singer. Then in 1990 a scholarship of the American Cultural Trust launched the international career with an engagement in the USA as Antonia “Tales of Hoffmann”, Leticia “The old Maid and the Thief”, and Mimi “La Boheme”. Later on APA would report about her Mimi: “…. Assia Davidov let her wonderful soprano thrive.” Master classes with Martina Arroyo, Renata Scotto and Walter Berry also contributed further towards this.