Prokofiev Violin Concerto In D (DVD) The famed violinist Vadim Repin is featured as a soloist. Copyright (C) Muze Inc. 2005. For personal use only. All rights reserved. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
The Early Word the Sibelius Violin Concerto in D Minor, with violinist Vadim Repin; and Shostakovich's Symphony No. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Vadim Repin Homepage Vadim Repin, from Russia, is one of the most talented young violinists in the world today. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Vadim Repin Plays Shostakovich VC No 1 Vadim Repin plays Shostakovich VC No 1. Is there anyone in Boston going to see this concert ? From benny atkinson http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Cal Performances | Recital | Hilary Hahn, Violin Only 25 years old, violinist Hilary Hahn has already established a career many of Murray Perahia, piano vadim repin, violin, Nikolai Lugansky, piano http://www.calperfs.berkeley.edu/presents/season/2005/recital/hahn.php
Extractions: Venue: Zellerbach Hall B Price: Subscription Series: Choose-Your-Own Recital Instrumental A Only 25 years old, violinist Hilary Hahn has already established a career many of her elders would envy. She was named "America's Best" young classical musician by Time magazine (2001), and appears regularly with the world's great orchestras. Formerly with Sony (the youngest exclusive artist in the label's century-long history), and now an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon artist, Hahn has a broad repertoire that ranges from Bach to Elgar and Vaughan Williams. As a recitalist, she is "a violinist of fearless instincts, eager to tackle everything...[she] never fails to dazzle in performance" ( Los Angeles Times Program: PATRON INFORMATION Program Notes: Program notes are available one week prior to the performance. Artists links:
Extractions: Styles: Classicism Russian violinist Vadim Repin was born in the city of Novosibirsk in 1971, and gave his first recital performance at the age of 11, taking top honors at the Wieniawski International Competition that very same year. Rising to international fame in 1989 upon winning first prize at the Queen Elizabeth... More Become a member of MP3.com and write a review. Your Rating: Similar Artists Sir Yehudi Menuhin
NPR: Performance Today -- Live In Studio 4A vadim repin, Russian violinist vadim repin charged on to the world stage at 17when he won the most prestigious violin competition in the world, http://www.npr.org/programs/pt/4a/repin.html
Extractions: Vadim was accompanied in Studio 4A by Russian pianist Elena Baksht (left) . A native of Moscow, she is a graduate of The Moscow Conservatory and the Central Special Music School for Gifted Children. She first came to public attention at age eleven, when she appeared as soloist with the Moscow Philharmonic at the Central Hall of Art in Moscow. Elena's career as a recitalist, orchestral soloist and chamber musician has taken her to concert halls throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe as well as in France, Italy, Germany and The Netherlands.
Vadim Repin DVDs violinist vadim repin is the featured soloist in this concert of Segei Prokofiev searly musical works. (from the sleeve) http://www2.osk.3web.ne.jp/~wistaria/dvd.htm
Extractions: *This live recording from the Alte Oper, Frankfurt features Yevgeny Svetlanov conducting the Russian Federation State Symphony Orchestra. This ensemble, regarded a s one of the most important orchestras in the world, is renowned for its brilliant interpretations of Russian repertoire. Violinist Vadim Repin is the featured soloist in this concert of Segei Prokofiev's early musical works. (from the sleeve) Details at the Image Entertainment and available at many net shops.
Vadim Repin I just came back from watching vadim repin perform the Prokofiev violin concerto 1.It was simply amazing, flawless, beautiful. http://www.violinist.com/discussion/response.cfm?ID=5531
Extractions: SHUI Lan conductor OVERALL NOISE RATING: 3 (Kids talking at the beginning of the concerto; coughing and more coughing. ) The Noise Rating Index is a partially-objective measurement of pager and handphone blasts, 9pm and 10pm watch beeps, coughing-during-the-pianissimo-bits, intra-audience conversation and other mind-bogglingly inept noises emitted in the concert hall during actual performance of music. It is measured on a scale of to 5, in increasing annoyance. This review has been kindly sponsored by the Singapore Symphonia Co. Ltd Last Concert Reviewed Next Week's Concert by Jason Tan and the Inkpot Sibelius Nutcase tm Jason Tan reports on the Saturday Concerto performance: There's no doubt that many, if not all, came for the concert to hear the "greatest living violinist", Vadim Repin. I'm not fully certain of the validity of that title, but Repin certainly didn't disappoint my high expectations. Together with his absolutely fantastic Ruby Strad, Repin weaved a realm of Finnish mystical fantasy, full of vitality and sonority. The wonderful timbre of the violin is full of rich glorious brightness, but never thin, metallic or superficial. Repin's vivid personalized account of this popular work was not only an exhilarating ride, but also had a beautiful conviction that left me enraptured. He has shown remarkable versatility and mastery of his instrument, transcending pure virtuostic perfection to play this concerto most convincingly. What impressed me the most was that inner calmness that manifested even when he attacked the most difficult of passages with pin-point accuracy.
Music Under Soviet Rule: CDs: Prokofiev (Repin) violinist vadim repin (born Novosibirsk, 1971) follows Maxim Vengerov (bornNovosibirsk, 1974) into the Western musical arena with an outstanding coupling http://www.siue.edu/~aho/musov/discrev/prok1.html
Extractions: Erato 0630-10698-2 [62:33/DDD] Violinist Vadim Repin (born Novosibirsk, 1971) follows Maxim Vengerov (born Novosibirsk, 1974) into the Western musical arena with an outstanding coupling of a Prokofiev concerto with Shostakovich's First. (Vengerov's disc, replacing Prokofiev's Second with his First, features him with the LSO under Rostropovich [Teldec 4509-98143-2].) As with Vengerov, Repin knows what he thinks about these scores and his way with the Prokofiev is fascinating. This work owes its popularity to the aria-like theme of its Andante Le pas d'acier eight years earlier). If this is so, the change, for the restatement, to romantically sustained string chords becomes a further step in Prokofiev's "argument" with the forces of musical reductionism in 1930s Russia. Once one starts to listen to the concerto in this way, its enigmatic restlessness becomes less arbitrary. The shadowy, evasive opening movement takes on the tone of the darker episodes in the narrative drama the composer was writing at the same time:
Untitled Document vadim repins artistry combines fiery passion with impeccable technique, The greatest living violinist proclaimed the Berlin Tagesspiegel last year. http://www.vadimrepin.com/profile/bio_tekst.html