Babintseva is a soloist of the Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre and Yekaterinburg Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. She graduated from the Urals Mussorgsky State Conservatory in 1999 (class of Professor Nikolai Golyshev, People’s Artist of Russia). On the Perm Opera and Ballet stage, Babintseva has performed lead role in operas: Jeanne d'Arc (Tchaikovsky’s The Maid of Orleans), Cléopâtre (Massenet’s, Cléopâtre (Life of an Actress)), Prince (Massenet’s Cendrillon, or the Tale of Cinderella), La Musica (Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo). She has taken part in international projects with the Perm Opera, singing the parts of Carmen (opera by Bizet) and Lola (Mascagni`s Cavalleria rusticana) in Craiova (Romania) and at music festivals in Germany and Finland. In 2008 she performed at Carnegie Hall in New York as part of the Perm troupe. She was the winner of the Glinka International Vocal Contest in Chelyabinsk in 2001. She was also a prize winner in the field of art and culture of the Perm region for her interpretation of Bradamante in the opera Alcina by Handel and Death in the opera Le rossignol by Stravinsky in 2005, and in 2001 for her role as Cherubino in Mozart`s Le nozze di Figaro. Babinseva was nominated for the Golden Mask in 2010 for Cherubino and her part in Irkin Gabitov’s production at the Yekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theatre.