Prokofiev - Violin Sonatas, Melodies for Violin & Piano
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Cat No: ACD513
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 4th September 2015
WorksMelodies (5) for violin and piano, op.35b
Sonata for 2 violins in C major, op.56
Violin Sonata no.1 in F minor, op.80
Violin Sonata no.2 in D major, op.94a
ArtistsNatalia Lomeiko (violin)
Yuri Zhislin (violin)
Olga Sitkovetsky (piano)
“It has long been a dream of mine to record the music of Sergey Prokofiev. As a child growing up in the Soviet Union my introduction to Prokofiev’s music was through Peter and the Wolf, Cinderella, The Love of Three Oranges and the Violin Sonatas, beautifully played by my mother. In my teens I was practically obsessed with Prokofiev’s work of genius Romeo and Juliet. Later I was lucky enough to perform all of Prokofiev’s chamber works, and perform in some of his symphonies, and I discovered the full amazing spectrum of his compositions. My partnership with pianist Olga Sitkovetsky has lasted more than twenty years, her knowledge of the musical era and her particular attitude to the sound in the later Sonatas add greatly to this recording.” - Natalia Lomeiko
Hailed by Lord Menuhin as ‘one of the most brilliant of our younger violinists’, Natalia Lomeiko has established herself as an internationally renowned violinist and as Professor at the Royal College of Music in London. She has won numerous awards and prizes, the Tchaikovsky, Menuhin, Stradivari and Tibor Varga International Violin Competitions, and in 2000 she became Gold Medalist and 1st Prize winner of Premio Paganini, as well as taking 1st place in the Michael Hill International Violin Competition. Natalia is a keen chamber musician and has established a duo with her husband Yuri Zhislin.
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