This enticing album of sonatas by Ravel, Enescu, Ysaÿe and Prokofiev emerged from violinist Diana Tishchenko's victory at the 2018 Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition. Born in Ukraine, and trained in Kiev and Berlin, she has been noted by The Strad for her "power to mesmerize the audience with her large gesture and strong personality". Her musical partnership with the Hungarian pianist Zoltán Fejérvári is extraordinarily close and potent. In the words of the French online journal Toute la musique, they are "not two interpreters playing together, but a true musical entity, an artistic fusion... They played as if each note were being created in real time... deploying an infinitely large palette of colours and nuance - the possibilities were inexhaustible."
This enticing album of sonatas by Ravel, Enescu, Ysaÿe and Prokofiev emerged from violinist Diana Tishchenko's victory at the 2018 Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition. Born in Ukraine, and trained in Kiev and Berlin, she has been noted by The Strad for her "power to mesmerize the audience with her large gesture and strong personality". Her musical partnership with the Hungarian pianist Zoltán Fejérvári is extraordinarily close and potent. In the words of the French online journal Toute la musique, they are "not two interpreters playing together, but a true musical entity, an artistic fusion... They played as if each note were being created in real time... deploying an infinitely large palette of colours and nuance - the possibilities were inexhaustible."
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Strangers In Paradise
Artist: Diana Tishchenko
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This enticing album of sonatas by Ravel, Enescu, Ysaÿe and Prokofiev emerged from violinist Diana Tishchenko's victory at the 2018 Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition. Born in Ukraine, and trained in Kiev and Berlin, she has been noted by The Strad for her "power to mesmerize the audience with her large gesture and strong personality". Her musical partnership with the Hungarian pianist Zoltán Fejérvári is extraordinarily close and potent. In the words of the French online journal Toute la musique, they are "not two interpreters playing together, but a true musical entity, an artistic fusion... They played as if each note were being created in real time... deploying an infinitely large palette of colours and nuance - the possibilities were inexhaustible."