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81. New York Chronicle By Jay Nordlinger
of the evening was a young and increasingly popular Russian violinist, Vadimrepin. Yet repin is undeniably an impressive young violinist—among many
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by Jay Nordlinger B arbara Bonney, the celebrated American soprano, recently put out a new album, titled While I Dream Dichterliebe Bonney, however, like that not-so-glamorous earlier singer, is a superb performer, as she proved in her recent recital at Carnegie Hall. The program consisted of much of the music from the new album, starting with Dichterliebe Liederabend It is a first-rate voice, governed by a first-rate technique. That voice is light and lyrical, but it has plenty of body. Dichterliebe Dichterliebe , a singer must traverse a great expressive range, and Bonney never faltered. I must say, I had never quite realized what a profoundly great work Dichterliebe G E thinking of playing or enjoying this transcription, or Busoni, was condemned as a philistine and heretic. Ohlsson is blessedly immune from such pressures. E , in which Ohlsson was better, though still indifferent. The variations in his hands were rather blurry and overwrought, and the marvelous ending was without intensity and pleasure. Closing the first half of the recital were two small works by the American composer John Adams (of Death of Klinghoffer fame, and infamy). The first of these pieces was

82. - Prokofiev: Violin Sonatas 1-2, Melodies / Repin, Berezovsky
Artist(s) vadim repin (violin), Boris Berezovsky (piano) Label Atlantic/EratoCatalog Number 10698 Buy this album Release Date October 3, 1995

83. - Serge Prokofiev 50th Anniversary Edition: Volume 4 - Instrumenta
Artist(s) vadim repin (violin), Boris Berezovsky (piano), Anton Barakhovsky (violin),JeanPierre Rampal (flute), etc. Orchestra/Ensemble Berlin Soloists,

84. ArkivMusic A Night Of Encores - Summer Concert From The Berlin
Performer vadim repin (Violin) Conductor Mariss Jansons Orchestra/EnsembleBerlin Philharmonic Orchestra Country of Origin Poland Period Romantic

85. National Arts Centre - Centre National Des Arts
*repin, vadim violin (Russia), BRA 9-10 Feb 06. *Rubens, Sibylla -soprano (Germany), OVA 15-16 MAR 06. Shankar, Ravi - sitar (India), SPE 11 OCT 05

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86. Kurt Masur Conducting BSO In Shostakovich, Violin Concerto No. 1, Opus 77 And Br
conducting vadim repin, violin Shostakovich, Violin Concerto No. In ourday, vadim repin plays the Concerto with a searing vitality;
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Kurt Masur conducts BSO in Shostakovich and Bruckner
Boston Symphony Orchestra Tuesday, 19 April Kurt Masur, conducting Vadim Repin, violin Shostakovich, Violin Concerto No. 1, Opus 77 Bruckner, Symphony No. 4 in E-flat, Romantic Kurt Masur April 19, 2005 performance reviewed by

87. Williams Center: Chamber Music
Orpheus with vadim repin Thursday, February 2 $27.00 with heralded Russianviolinist vadim repin performing Sergei Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No.
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West Side Story, The Western Wind throws open the great American songbook, as a consummate audience delight.
Lecture/Demonstration (American Music): Wednesday, September 28, 4:00 p.m. English Concert with Andrew Manze Thursday, November 17, Manze wowed his Lafayette audience two years ago as soloist-conductor of the Academy of Ancient Music. Unrivaled in interpreting virtuoso music for baroque violin, Manze showcases a different repertory in this return engagement with the English Concert Master Class: Thursday, November 17, 4:00 p.m. (Lafayette College Orchestra)

88. ..::EFA-AEF::.. : Ljubljana - Vadim Repin, Violin
04juil. - 18-ao»t-2005. Au sujet de Ljubljana website. vadim repin, violin.jeudi, 28-juil. 2100 Slovenian Philharmonic Hall Ljubljana

89. MusicaBona | CD | Vadim Repin Au Louvre
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90. MusicaBona | CD | Vadim Repin
CD Violin Concerto No. 1 vadim repin, Halle Orchestra, Kent Nagano CD ViolinConcertos Nos. 2, 3 5 vadim repin, Wiener Kammerorchester, Yehudi Menuhin

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91. PAGANINIANA Programme 2004 Monday May 24th At 9pm Carlo Felice
Concert for violin and piano vadim repin, violin Itamar Golan, piano vadim repinplays the Cannone Paganini s violin Music by E. Grieg, B. Bartòk,
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Concert for violin and orchestra
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Thuesday May 27th at 9pm Spring Concerts by the "Friends of Paganini" Association Concert for violin and piano Ingolf Turban , violin Jascha Nemtsov , piano The influence of the Capricci on Paganini’s contemporaries and later musicians Free admission next Monday May 31st at 9pm Carlo Felice Opera House GOG Season 2003-2004 Concert for violin and piano Vadim Repin , violin Itamar Golan , piano Vadim Repin plays the "Cannone" Paganini's violin next September 17th to 19th Eugenio Montale Auditorium 50th edition of the "Premio Paganini" International Violin Competition Preliminary Stage Giovanni Casella Ermindo Polidori Luciani piano accompaniment Friday, September 17 3.00 and 8.30 p.m. Saturday, September 18 9.30 a.m., 3.00 and 8.30 p.m. Sunday, September 19 9.30 a.m., 3.00 and 8.30 p.m.

92. NYC ARTS - Error
April 2, 3 pm vadim repin, Violin, and Nikolai Lugansky, Piano Great Performers Avery Fisher Hall 70 Lincoln Center Plaza (Columbus Avenue at 65th Street)

93. Roby Lakatos: Hungarian Gypsy And Violin Virtuoso
Giora Feidman, Herbie Hancock, vadim repin and Randy Brecker. A great admirerof his violin play is Sir Yehudi Menuhin, who during his stay in Brussels
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Roby Lakatos: The Hungarian Gypsy and Violin Virtuoso By Consul B. John Zavrel For the gypsy, there exists only one rule: "There are no rules". And if he happens to be a Hungarian gypsy with seven generations of legendary musicians in his family, one can expect only the unexpected. In 1965, Roby Lakatos was born as a direct descendant into the legendary Hungarian gypsy violin dynasty of Janos Bihari (1764 - 1827). The family had a major influence on the development of violin music since the 18th century. Bihari was highly respected at the Royal Court in Vienna. His friends Liszt and Beethoven called him in admiration "King of the Gypsy Violinists" and "Hungarian Orpheus". Roby Lakatos is his direct descendant in the 7th generation. He was initiated into the secrets of the gypsy music at the young age of five, by Tony and Sandor Lakatos. He gave his first public concert as child progeny at the age of nine. Roby has grown up in the musical atmosphere of his family, but also studied classical violin at the Bela Bartok Conservatory in Budapest, where he received the first prize in 1984. As a musician of unusual musical scope - as composer, classical violinist and gypsy violinist, Roby Lakatos is at home in the Hungarian folklore as well as in classical music and jazz. This universality enables him to perform with musicians of various styles. To those who have played with him belong Stepane Grappelli, Giora Feidman, Herbie Hancock, Vadim Repin and Randy Brecker. A great admirer of his violin play is Sir Yehudi Menuhin, who during his stay in Brussels frequently used to visit the club where Roby Lakatos played since 1986.

94. II Web: U-M Unveils Marvels Of St. Petersburg: Middle America Takes Big Steps To
Oct. 26 vadim repin, violin. 6 pm, $18$34. Rackham Auditorium. * Oct. 29 Peterthe First, Part I, film. 830 pm, free. Angell Hall. * Oct. 29-Nov.
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By Joy Hakanson Colby / Detroit News Art Critic British artist Richard Brompton painted this portrait of Catherine the Great in 1782 while she was the reigning Romanov. Catherine bought artworks by the thousands, making the Hermitage one of the world's major museums. The Romanovs Collect: European Art from the Hermitage University of Michigan
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95. TDC Musik - Kunstner - Vadim Repin
Her kan du lytte til og købe musik fra vadim repin der blandt andet har udgivetProkofiev Shostakovich 1 Prokofiev 2 Violin Concertos. vadim repin

96. TDC Musik - Album - Vadim Repin - Tchaikovsky & Sibelius Violin Concertos
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97. The 33rd International Ýstanbul Music Festival
Yehudi Menuhin defined vadim repin as follows “He is simply the best violinistI have ever heard!” This was repin’s second visit to Ýstanbul.
The 33rd International Ýstanbul Music Festival
(June 6-July 2, 2005) In 2005, the International Ýstanbul Music Festival celebrated its 33rd Anniversary, and it once again brought a world of music to the hearts of classical music audiences. This year, there were orchestras, chamber music ensembles, opera singers, instrumentalists and a grandiose selection of the most notable musicians in the world. The Festival was organized by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts and sponsored by Eczacýbaþý Holding. The Festival hosted more than 700 domestic and foreign artists in Istanbul from June 6 to July 2. The festival’s program included five orchestra concerts, five chamber orchestra concerts, nine chamber music concerts, eight recitals, two traditional music concerts and two dance performances.
The orchestra of the magnificent Mariinsky conducted by its Artistic Director who brought it back to life...The Kirov Opera Company, famous for its many records and tours, appeared on stage with their legendary conductor. A truly “Russian” program, from a truly Russian great orchestra, the Kirov performed Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5 and Shostakovich's Symphony No. 10
Swedish mezzo-soprano Anne-Sofie von Otter is unique in the world of classical music, thanks to her character and interpretations. She has been working for quite a long time with the gifted pianist, Bengt Forsberg. Von Otter and Forsberg performed at a most remarkable concert in the 33rd Festival. Her technique and innovative approach has won her a position in the heart of music fans as a most gracious diva. Anne-Sofie Von Otter charmed the audience with a colorful repertoire ranging from Schubert to Kurt Weil.

98. Il Sito Ufficiale Di Genova 2004 Capitale Europea Della Cultura
Concert for violin and piano. vadim repin plays the Cannone Paganini s violin .Itmar Golam, piano. Music by Grieg, Bartòk, Stravinskij and Brahms.

99. Playlists For April 14, 2005
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Weber: Andante and Hungarina Rondo, op 35
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Arne: Symphony #3 in E-flat
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Bach: Toccata in d minor, BWV 913
Trevor Pinnock, harpsichord (LP DG 2533 403)
Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez Sharon Isbin, guitar; N Y Philharmonic/Jose Serebrier (Warner 60296) Pfitzner: Symphony in C Sinfonia Nova Scotia/Georg Tintner (CBC 5167) Schubert: Piano trio #1 in B-flat, op 99 Artur Rubinstein, piano; Henryk Szeryng, violin; Pierre Fournier, cello (LP RCA ARL2 0731) Rawsthorne: Sonatina for Flute, Oboe, and Piano Fibonacci Sequence (ASV 1061) Telemann: Suite in D for Gamba and Stings Johannes Koch, viola; Collegium Aureum (DHM 77817)

100. DVD: Symphony No. 1 Violin Concerto In D, Opus 19
is renowned for its interpretations of the Russian repertoire. violinist VadimRepin is the featured soloist in a concert of Sergei Prokofiev s music.
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To purchase this product use the section below This live recording from the Alte Oper Frankfurt features Yevgeny Svetlanov conducting the Russian Federation State Symphony Orchestra. This ensemble, regarded as one of the most important orchestras in the world, is renowned for its interpretations of the Russian repertoire. Violinist Vadim Repin is the featured soloist in a concert of Sergei Prokofiev's music. Reviews: There are no reviews for this product Write a review and express your opinions about this product All trademarks, registered trademarks, logos and artwork remain the property of their respective owners. Web site development by 1st WebDesigns All matching items Sale items only Classical DVD-Audio SACD Pre-owned DVDs

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