Diana Tishchenko

Sunday matinee

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Maurice Ravel was famous for two things: his exquisite taste in clothing and the extraordinary virtuosity of his music. Whether velvety, rough, soft, or metallic, Ravel could be fascinated by different fabrics and surfaces for hours. Like an entomologist who dissects butterflies before reassembling them, he recreated the most varied styles – from “refined” French Baroque to “dirty” American Jazz and “sweaty” Hungarian gypsy music. An example of the latter is Ravel’s rhapsody Tzigane, which was once considered unplayable – and will be presented today by the young award-winning Ukrainian violinist Diana Tishchenko.

Photo that shows 2020 21 Diana Tishchenko  Evgeney Evyukhov. © Evgeney Evyukhov
© Evgeney Evyukhov


Franz Schubert
Fantasy for Violin and Piano in C major, D. 934

Vasco Mendonça
Solo, ECHO commissioned work

Sofia Gubaidulina
Dancer On A Tightrope (1993)

Maurice Ravel

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