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42. Links
A fan site about the violinist vadim repin, a friend of Maxim Vengerov who wasalso a fellow pupil of Zakhar Bron. VishnevskayaRostropovich Foundation
Links Bibliography Recommended Books Maxim Vengerov EMI The website of the company which has produced Maxim Vengerov's most recent CDs. Ferdinand the Bull The original children's story with illustrations on which Maxim Vengerov's very popular encore is based. Hochschule des saarlandes The University of Music where Maxim Vengerov taught for some years until 2005 Nicola-Fee Bahl Management Maxim Vengerov's Management Royal Academy of Music London The prestigious college of music (now part of London University) where Maxim Vengerov is now a Visiting Professor of Violin. Unicef Maxim Vengerov is an ambassador for this children's charity. Zakhar Bron A site about Maxim Vengerov's teacher Music - general interest Free downloadable sheet music for most instruments and lists publishers for a wider range. American and British musical terms A useful list of the different terms in the different English languages! A classical music magazine, some parts free, others subscription only. Good for up to date reviews and articles about current musical issues and events across the world.

43. Yossif Ivanov : Living The Dream
The astounding ease of the performance by the Belgian violinist Yossif Ivanov, Following the examples of his idols, Maxim Vengerov, vadim repin and
Home Content Articles La Scena Musicale ... Search La Scena Musicale - Vol. 8, No. 10 July 2003 Yossif Ivanov : Living the Dream Par Lucie Renaud July 2, 2003
T he astounding ease of the performance by the Belgian violinist Yossif Ivanov, the youngest competitor in the semifinals of the Jeunesses Musicales Montreal International Competition, awed the throng of listeners. The only contestant who dared to play the imposed piece ( Chant , by Ana Sokolovic) without the score, he dug into the pyrotechnics of Ysaye's Sonate no 6 without flinching and demonstrated unerring bowing technique in his Bach and Prokofiev. In the finals, his Sibelius Concerto brought a devoted public to their feet and earned rapturous applause, even charming several violinists from the accompanying Montreal Symphony Orchestra.Yet when jury president André Bourbeau announced the winner of the First Grand Prize (to which the generous sum of $25,000 was attached), Yossif Ivanov seemed surprised. The 16-year-old barely had time to savour his dream before it became a reality. "It was fabulous, absolutely amazing! I never thought I would win!" he blurted out two days later. "Of course, you always hope," he continued in a slightly halting and timid voice, "but so many factors must be considered in the awarding of prizes." In an interview with Eric Friesen on CBC RadioTwo several minutes after that announcement, his enthusiasm was dampened by anxiety over his final exam. A whole new repertoire still needs polishing, the director of the school is "very strict," and will not accept less than perfection.

44. BBC - Radio 3 - In Tune - 28 January 2005
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28 January 2005 Friday 28 January 2005 17:00-19:30 (Radio 3) Vadim Repin This evening Sean is joined by violinist Vadim Repin who plays live ahead of his Royal Festival Hall concert with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Riccardo Muti; past winner of the Kathleen Ferrier Award soprano Elizabeth Franklin-Kitchen and conductor Jeremy Summerly play live ahead of a Tsunami Appeal concert at St Luke's Church, Chelsea; and playwright Judith Paris is joined by Valda Aviks, Adele Anderson and Michael Roulston Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes Playlist HANDEL Coronation Anthem No. 1: Zadok the Priest (HWV.258) Tallis Chamber Choir Royal Academy Consort/Jeremy Summerly NAXOS 8.557003 trs. 1 - 3 RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Notturno London Gabrieli Brass Ensemble HYPERION CDA 66470 tr. 7 LIVE TCHAIKOVSKY Melodie (Op.42`3) Vadim Repin (violin) Richard Shaw (piano) MOZART Violin Concerto no. 5 in A major (K.219)

45. Vadim Repin - Streichinstrumente - Violine / Artists@QUINTESSENZ
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46. Metroland Online - Special Section - SPAC
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fter last year’s SPAC concert season—rife with noodle-dancing jam bands, ’80s hair bands and “oldies but goodies”—we could have jumped for joy when we heard the announcement that there was to be some much-needed diversity in this summer’s concert schedule. Think more modern rock acts, a splash of hiphop, a rockabilly blues fest and even some operatic vocalists from across the pond. For those of you who missed the Channel 103.1 (WHRL-FM)’s Big Day Out on June 4, featuring blink-182, Green Day and Saves the Day, don’t fret: There is still another modern-rawk show scheduled at SPAC this summer. Canadian metal band Nickelback, touring in support of their second album

47. Budapest Spring Festival 2003
vadim repin, worldfamous Russian violinist, was born in 1971. Many people regardhim – together with Maxim Vengerov – as the most talented violinist of his

48. Cal Performances | Recital | Vadim Repin, Violin, & Nikolai Lugansky, Piano
vadim repin won the most prestigious violin competition in the world, the QueenElisabeth Competition in Brussels, at the age of 17, and has since appeared

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Venue: Zellerbach Hall B Price: Subscription Series: Choose-Your-Own Recital Instrumental B The stars align when "the foremost young violinist to have emerged from Russia since the days of Heifetz" ( Saint Louis Post-Dispatch ) joins forces with a pianist praised as "one of the major artists of our epoch" ( Le Monde ). Vadim Repin won the most prestigious violin competition in the world, the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels, at the age of 17, and has since appeared with the world's greatest orchestras, under conductors including Boulez, Gergiev, Masur, and Rostropovich. Winner of the 1994 Tchaikovsky Piano Competition, Nikolai Lugansky is acknowledged as one of the supreme interpreters of the piano repertoire, and his performances throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas have earned him a dedicated and enthusiastic following. Like Repin did before him in 1998, Lugansky makes his Bay Area recital debut at Cal Performances. Program: Fratres for Violin and Piano; Franck/Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major, M. 8

49. All Things Strings: Cover Story
All Things Strings offers violin, viola, cello, and bass resources for performers,teachers, I have a wonderful record of yours, vadim repin au Louvre.
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Excerpted from Strings magazine, April 2000, No. 85
Photo by Thierry Cohen. Vadim Repin Citizen of the World by Edith Eisler Though he started winning major competitions when he was only 11, Repin’s international reputation was established when he won the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels at the age of 17. His career has flourished ever since, taking him all over the world to perform recitals, chamber music, and concertos with leading orchestras and conductors. His repertoire ranges from Classical to contemporary and he has a large, award-winning discography to his credit. Repin has visited New York many times as soloist with various American and European orchestras. From the first time I heard him, it was clear to me that he was an extraordinary player, and that impression has been confirmed and reinforced by each subsequent appearance as well as by his recordings. He has a spectacular technique, remarkable in its apparently limitless facility and infallible security, and a virtuoso’s natural flair without a virtuoso’s mannerisms or exaggerations. His tone is radiantly beautiful, warm, variable, and powerful, and unbroken by instrumental limitations such as changes of bow, string, or position. However, what is most captivating about his playing is his innate feeling for the music, his unerring sense of style, and his irresistible charm. His formidable technical resources are entirely at the service of the composer and he combines respect for the score with a strongly felt personal response to the music, from inward expressiveness to fiery, passionate abandon. At his most recent New York appearance with the St. Louis Orchestra under Hans Vonk in October, he seemed to have reached a new peak both violinistically and communicatively. His performance of Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1, with which he has long been closely associated, was riveting in its almost reckless technical brilliance and its intense emotional concentration.

50. All Things Strings: Strings January 2000
All Things Strings offers violin, viola, cello, and bass resources for performers, vadim repin Edith Eisler interviews this dazzling young player from
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Volume XIV, Number 7
Issue 85 Vadim Repin Edith Eisler interviews this dazzling young player from Siberia, tracing his path from childhood accordion lessons to violin engagements around the world. Out of the Box Darol Anger how he made the transition from high-school orchestra to touring with a band. No Fear Ken Smith talks to sports trainer Don Greene, who teaches musicians to handle nightmare auditions, learn from the criticisms of colleagues, and analyze their own weak spots. DEPARTMENTS Contributors Editor’s Note Readers Write News and Notes The chamber group Sarasa seeks out unusual audiences, Nelson Mandela picks up a baton, and more. In Person A rare Beethoven quartet finds a home, Yo-Yo Ma copes with success, and more. Answers to your questions about mysterious labels and injured fingers. Letter from Backstage Tom Heimberg sneaks backstage during the last West Coast performance of the original Fab Four of string quartets. Play It!

51. Vadim Repin Homepage
Official website of vadim repin is here The World ViolinistLinks Visit here! Books about and by Violinsts Aug 1/05 New!
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This is an unofficial fan site. Official website of Vadim Repin is here: from the cover of Lalo CD
original photo by Thierry Cohen V adim Repin, from Russia, is one of the most talented young violinists in the world today. He has the sweet tone of a romantic and the strength of an athlete. Corriere della Sera This is an unofficial page of Vadim Repin created by a fan to provide his data and information and to share good conversation about him and the violin music in general.
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52. Vadim Repin: Full Biography -
vadim repin Violin. Full Biography. A critic wrote of vadim repin, “He can masterthe most dangerous challenges with an almost provocative serenity.

53. Vadim Repin: Discography -
vadim repin Violin. Discography. A Night of Encores Wienawski Polonaise. Op.4 Tchaikovsky Mélodie and Valse Scherzo Kreisler Tambourin chinois Carlos

54. INKPOT#84 CLASSICAL MUSIC REVIEWS: Tutta Bravura! Vadim Repin (Erato)
vadim repin plays on a A.Stradivari Ruby violin (1708) by kind permission of the vadim repin violin Alexander Markovich piano. ERATO 398425487-2
Tutta Bravura Vadim Repin plays on a A.Stradivari 'Ruby' violin (1708) by kind permission of the Stradivari Society of Chicago. NICCOLÒ PAGANINI
· Variations on the theme "Nel cor piu non mi sento" (arr. Prihoda)
· Caprice No.24 (arr. Leopold von Auer)
· Introduction and Variations on "Dal tuo stellato soglio"
from Rossini's Moses (ed. Zino Francescatti) PYOTR TCHAIKOVSKY
· Melody in E-flat from Souvenir d'un lieu cher , op.42
· Waltz - Scherzo in C major, op.34 ANTONIO BAZZINI
La Ronde des Lutins , op.25. (The Goblin's rondo) HENRYK WIENIAWSKI
· Polonaise Brillante No.1 in D major op.4
· Variations on an Original Theme op.15 PABLO DE SARASATE
Zapateado op.23, no.2 (ed. Francescatti) MANUEL PONCE Estrellita HEINRICH ERNST Der Erlkönig (Grand Caprice op.26) VADIM REPIN violin Alexander Markovich piano ERATO [63:34] full-price by Johann D'Souza After listening to Li Chuan Yun in a recent concert ( reviewed here ) playing (the variations on the theme) Nel cor piu non mi sento , I decided to search for a recording. I was pleasantly recommended this recording. I have had the opportunity to hear Vadim Repin 'live' in a Shostakovich Violin Concerto a couple of years ago with the SSO and even bought his recording of the Shostakovich No.1 and the Prokofiev No.2 with Kent Nagano conducting (Erato 0630-10696-2). Vadim Repin won the prestigious Wieniawski International Competition at the tender age of 11. Later at 17, he triumphed at the Reine Elisabeth Concours. He studied with Professor Zakhar Bron, said to be one of the foremost Russian violinists since the likes of Heifetz, Oistrakh and Milstein. Repin has worked with conductors the likes of Nagano, Boulez, Marriner and Temirkanov. He has also performed in recitals with Boris Berezovsky (Wow, I would love to hear this twin partnership 'live'), Bella Davidovich and Markovich. He has won the Diapason d'Or Choc du Monde de la Musique Terama, and was highly praised for his recording of the Ravel Sonata No.2 and the Medtner Sonata No.3 "Epica", (with Berezovsky, Erato 0630-15110-2).

55. The Daily Star - Arts & Culture - Baalbek Festival Treated To A Night Of Violin
Russianborn virtuoso vadim repin holds audience spellbound Throughout theperformance, repin s violin appeared to be almost a natural extension of

56. Shostakovich, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Vadim Repin (violin), Philharmonia Orchest
Shostakovich, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, vadim repin (violin), PhilharmoniaOrchestra/Christoph von Dohnányi , Royal Festival Hall, 1st April 2004 (AN)
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Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.64
Beethoven: Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67 This concert was launched with a stunningly powerful performance of Shostakovich’s first attempt at the symphonic genre. Indeed, Shostakovich was a mere 18 years of age and still under the tutelage of Glazunov at the St. Petersburg Conservatoire when he produced No.1 out of a total of fifteen symphonies that would pepper his compositional career at regular intervals and at key points in his musical development. Throughout the Shostakovich we were treated to a colourful and moving soundscape. The opening movement’s instrumental exchanges (such as the flute solo translating into a high-register violin trill) were seamless and the barely audible and yet clearly articulated pianissimo ending of the Lento was magical.

57. Vadim Repin 2564 61756-2 [JW]: Classical CD Reviews- November 2004 MusicWeb(UK)
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Violin Concerto No.2 in D major K211 Violin Concerto No.3 in G major K216 Violin Concerto No.5 in A major K219 Wiener Kammerorchester/Yehudi Menuhin Sergei PROKOFIEV Violin Sonata No.1 Op.80 (1946) Violin Sonata No.2 Op.94bis (1943) Five Melodies Op.35bis (1920 transcribed violin and piano) Boris Berezovsky (piano) Sonata for Two Violins in C major Op.56 (1932)

58. - Recordings -
vadim repin violin Alexander Markovich piano. TRACKLIST 1. Nicolò Paganini (17821840)Variations on the theme Nel cor piú non mi sento 8 36
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Antonio Bazzini (1818-1897)
La rondes des lutins
Henryk Wieniawski (1835-1880)
Polonaise brillante no.1
Nicol Paganini
Caprice no.24
Nicol Paganini Wieniawski Variations on an original theme op.15 Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908) Zapateado Op.23, No.2 Manuel Maria Ponce (1882-1948) Estrellita Peter Il yich Tchaikovsky Waltz-Scherzo in C op.34 Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst (1814-1865) TUTTA BRAVURA (Paul Cutts) At first glance, the works chosen by Vadim Repin for this recording appear unrelated and difficult to categorise, and to draw parallels between them may be to risk camouflaging their individual quality. But there is a common historical thread binding nearly all of them, for of the eleven pieces presented, nine were written or arranged by virtuoso violinists. Ponce and Tchaikovsky are the exceptions, being remarkably gifted pianists rather than string players. But in the case of Tchaikovsky Repin stands on familiar soil, sharing as he does his Russian heritage. There are other links, too. Four of the works are sets of variations on a theme, of which two are based on original melodies and two on opera arias by other composers. Three take well-known national dances (a polonaise, a waltz and a zapateado) as their basic musical material. And two of the pieces (Der Erlkonig and La Ronde des lutins) concern themselves with menacing, other-wordly beings.

59. Profile: Vadim Repin
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A critic wrote recently: "It is a delectable experience to enjoy Vadim Repin's violinistic abilities. He is one of the few violinists who can master the most dangerous challenges with an almost provocative serenity." Another writes: "One is tempted to put Repin with Milstein, Heifetz and Stern, at the very summit." Fiery passion with impeccable technique, poetry and sensitivity are Repin's trademarks. Born in Siberia in 1971, he started to play violin at the age of five, and six months later had his first stage performance. He was only 11 when he won the gold medal in all age categories in the Wienawski Competition. The same year he gave his recital debuts in Moscow and St Petersburg. In 1985 at fourteen he made his debuts in Tokyo, Munich, Berlin, Helsinki; a year later in Carnegie Hall. The same year, being still too young to take part in the Tchaikovsky competition, he was invited to perform at the opening concert. Two years later Vadim Repin was the youngest ever winner of the most prestigious and demanding violin competition in the world, the Reine Elisabeth Concours. Since then he has appeared with the world's greatest orchestras including the Berlin Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, La Scala Milan, the Los Angeles and New York Philharmonic Orchestras, the Orchestre de Paris, the Royal Concertgebouw, San Francisco Symphony, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic. He has performed under the baton of leading conductors such as Boulez, Bychkov, Chailly, Dutoit, Eschenbach, Gergiev, Jansons, Krivine, Levine, Luisi, Marriner, Masur, Mehta, Nagano, Rattle, Rostropovich, Rozhdestvensky, Temirkanov and Zinman.

60. Concert: Vadim Repin Performs Sibelius At The QEH
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Vadim Repin performs Sibelius at the QEH
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Charles Dutoit conductor
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WAGNER Overture, The Flying Dutchman SIBELIUS Violin Concerto BART“K Concerto for Orchestra One of his final works and certainly one of his greatest, Bart³k's Concerto for Orchestra is, as its title suggests, a virtuoso showcase for each of the sections of the orchestra. Dominated by the energetic folk rhythms and melodies of his native Hungary, the Concerto is in essence a vibrant and spontaneous-sounding celebration of life, and certainly one of the most demanding works in the orchestral repertoire In association with
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