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Cat No: C5215
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 29th September 2014
WorksHungarian Dances (21), WoO1
Caprice viennois, op.2
Marche miniature viennoise
ArtistsLuka Kusztrich (violin)
Dora Deliyska (piano)
In recent years, the Bank of Austria has provided invaluable sponsorship to both culture and the arts, in particular through the support of young and talented artists – both nationally in Austria and internationally. Now this campaign extends its on-going reputation by supporting the winner of the 'Bank Austria Artist Of The Year 2014/2015' prize.
The young Austrian violinist Luka Kusztrich, along with Capriccio, presents his debut album 'Caprice Viennois'. The program brings us an exciting range of music from Austria, Hungary and Romania. The technically astounding Violin Sonata of George Enecu closes this musically expansive voyage.
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