Yvonne Smeulers, the internationally award-winning violinist, is releasing her second album on GENUIN: two milestones of the repertoire, the violin concertos by Ludwig van Beethoven and Alban Berg. GENUIN and the young Dutch virtuoso are thereby building on the success of their highly praised first partnership with works by Eugène Ysaÿe. The two violin concertos play a unique role in the repertoire, putting musical sense before virtuosity, content before external appearance. Beethoven and Berg combine improvisational lightness with depth. Yvonne Smeulers crosses broad horizons in her new recording, which is deeply serious, but also full of exuberant musical joy!
Yvonne Smeulers, the internationally award-winning violinist, is releasing her second album on GENUIN: two milestones of the repertoire, the violin concertos by Ludwig van Beethoven and Alban Berg. GENUIN and the young Dutch virtuoso are thereby building on the success of their highly praised first partnership with works by Eugène Ysaÿe. The two violin concertos play a unique role in the repertoire, putting musical sense before virtuosity, content before external appearance. Beethoven and Berg combine improvisational lightness with depth. Yvonne Smeulers crosses broad horizons in her new recording, which is deeply serious, but also full of exuberant musical joy!
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Format: CD
Label: GENUIN
Rel. Date: 07/03/2020
UPC: 4260036257021

Between Heaven & Earth
Artist: Yvonne Smeulers
Format: CD
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Yvonne Smeulers, the internationally award-winning violinist, is releasing her second album on GENUIN: two milestones of the repertoire, the violin concertos by Ludwig van Beethoven and Alban Berg. GENUIN and the young Dutch virtuoso are thereby building on the success of their highly praised first partnership with works by Eugène Ysaÿe. The two violin concertos play a unique role in the repertoire, putting musical sense before virtuosity, content before external appearance. Beethoven and Berg combine improvisational lightness with depth. Yvonne Smeulers crosses broad horizons in her new recording, which is deeply serious, but also full of exuberant musical joy!