Russian and Abkhaz opera singer (dramatic soprano). The soloist of the Moscow musical theater "Helikon-Opera". Honored Artist of Russia (2004). People's Artist of Abkhazia - December 5, 1970
In 1989 graduated from Sukhum School of Music with a degree in "Theory of Music." In 1994 she graduated from the Russian Academy of Music. Since 1991, and 1994 - the soloist of the ensemble "Madrigal" at the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic.
In 1992, she joined the Moscow theater "Helikon-Opera". During her work in the theater she sang leading soprano roles, including: Aida ("Aida" by Verdi), Violetta ("La Traviata" by Verdi), Lady Macbeth ("Macbeth" by Verdi), Lisa ("Queen of Spades" Tchaikovsky), Tatiana ("Eugene Onegin" by Tchaikovsky), Emilia Marty ("The Makropulos Affair" L.Yanachek), It ("The Human Voice" F. Poulenc), Madame Liduan ("Dialogues des Carmelites" F. Poulenc) Rosalind ("The Bat" Strauss) Nedda ("Pagliacci" R.Leonkavallo), Anthony ("Tales of Hoffmann" Jacques Offenbach
In 2004, Alice Gitsba was awarded the title of Honored Artist of Russia.
In 2007, Alice Gitsba was awarded the title of People's Artist of Abkhazia.