Liubov graduated as Master of Art from the Piano Department of Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine in Kyiv as a student of Honoured Artist of Ukraine Alexander Lysokon.
She studied as post-graduate at the same academy with Honoured Art Worker Svitlana Shabaltina. Liubov received Ph. D. degree in musicology, her thesis is dedicated to Elizabethan keyboard music. Liubov participated in courses with Alexei Liubimov, Christopher Stembridge, Andreas Staier, Aline Zylberajch-Gester, Martin Gester, Patrick Ayrton, Richard Egarr, Jean Rondeau.
She received the “Extraordinary Music Talent Award” from Austria Barock Akademie in Gmunden (Austria), won the First Prize in “Harpsichord Solo Playing” and Grand Prix in “Solo with Orchestra” at III Wanda Landowska International Harpsichord Competition (Ruvo di Puglia, Italy), the First Prize at XVII Torneo Internazionale di Musica (Torino, Italy), the First Prize at I Ukrainian Harpsichord competition “Primus enter pares” (Kyiv, Ukraine), the First Prize at competitionfestival “Music without borders” (Lithuania, on-line), became Finalist of Prix Annelie de Man 2021.
Liubov has given concerts all over Ukraine as a soloist. Her repertoire includes harpsichord music of XVI – XXI centuries. In 2019 and in 2020 she premiered harpsichord pieces by the most prominent contemporary Ukrainian composers – Sviatoslav Krutikov and Leonyd Hrabovsky at Kyiv Music festival.
Liubov also collaborates with Chamber orchestra of National Philharmony of Ukraine, Orchestra “Grand Accordion” of Tchaikovsky National Musical Academy of Ukraine; as a harpsichordist she takes part in theatrical performances.
Their project consists of 5 concerts, which programs are made around harpsichord music of different styles, types and centuries. They would like to present Ukrainian and European music played by Ukrainian musicians at European stage.