Savva Fatkulin was born in Sverdlovsk, Rusia en 1981. He began his violin studies at the age of 6, under the direction of his after, Sergui Fatkulin, at the Dependent Music School of the Moscow Conservatory. Later, he completed his musical training at the College of Music of Reina Sofia, at the Violin Chair of the Telefónica Foundation of the professor Zahkar Bron, Holder of the said chair, where he received the Certificate of Honor as a member of the Best Chamber Group of the School, from the hand of her Majesty the Queen Lady Sofía.

Between 2001 and 2003 he completed his training with the professor Grigori Zhislin at the Conservatory of Wurzburg (Germany) and later finished his studies with a Certificate of Honor at the Advanced Conservatory of Yekaterinburg.

Also, he has received master classes from M. Fuks, D. Zafer, P. Munteanu, O. Krysa, P. Vernikov, A. Niechiporuk, V. Repin, V. Tretiakov, J.L.G. Asencio, and D. Poppen. He has given numerous concerts in Germany, France, England, Ireland, Italy, Brazil, and Russia, a country in which he has acted as a soloist with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Nizhni Novgorod on various occasions. He has participated as a soloist and concert master in various recordings and concerts withe the Valencian Baroque Orchestra and with the Scarlatti Quintette. 

Also included is his activity as first violin of various chamber groups, among which the Arima quartet, with whom he made tours and concerts in Mexico, the Netherlands, and Luxemburg, the Alberti Trio, with whom he won the First Prize for the Arnuero Chamber Music Contest (Spain) and has given numerous concerts in Spain, France, and Italy.
He was also part of the Concordiae Trio, an emerging formation whose repertoire ranged from the most representative works of the Baroque, Classicism, and Romanticism to the music of our time, and with whom he won numerous successes in European stages, being as well awarded in numerous national and international competitions, such as the International Chamber Music Competition of Pinerolo, Italy; the International Competition “The Role of Music of Capellades”, Barcelona; The National Competition of Chamber Music of Lucena; The Competition of Chamber Music and Lied “Ciutat de Berga”; “Music Prize of the City of Manresa”, Competition of Chamber Music “Montserrat Alavedra” of Terrassa, among others.
Shortly after that the Concordiae Trio was been selected for the Britten-Pears Young Artists Programme, in Aldeburgh (England).
Parallel to his artistic activity, he has been developing since 18years old his teaching career in various private Spanish schools, combining the basis of Russian schooling with other more recent methodologies. 
Since 1997 he has worked with his father, Serguei Fatkulin, in the Fatkulin Academy Center of Advanced Performance of Madrid and Bonn, in which they have trained brilliant students, holders of numerous international prizes, such as Carla Marrero, Alicia Randó, José Fraguas, Jaime Naya, Alberto Sanz, Kaori Lopez and Sofía Rodríguez.
Also, since 2008 he has given masterclasses on various editions of the Katarina Gurska New Generation Musical Summer International Course (Segovia and Madrid), International Course of Llanes (Austurias), International Course Eduardo Ocón (Málaga), and the International Course “Caprichos Musicales” (Comillas, Spain)
He is currently developing his teaching as a violin professor at the Katarina Gurska Center for Advanced Musical Studies, where students of five years old take the initial steps at the Elementary Grade, to the Medium and Superior Grades.