Orchestre National de France – Julia Fischer, violin
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Julia Fischer, violin
Conductor: Emmanuel Krivine
A day fully planned out from morning until night is her idea of joy, says violinist Julia Fischer. »At home, I learned to strictly manage my time.« How else could the Munich-born artist have already achieved this much in her life, and usually at a much younger age than most: first violin and piano lessons at the age of three; a young student of Ana Chumachenco at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich aged nine; more than 50 concerts a year by the age of 17; and, at 22, she is Germany’s youngest university professor.
She also had a very early CD debut: 15 years ago, the violinist’s brilliance of today was already foreshadowed in the recording of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No 1: her concentrated, flawless tone, her melodic grace and amazing virtuosity. The Orchestre National de France under the baton of its principal conductor Emmanuel Krivine places the solo concerto, which is often described as a »tour de force« for violinists, in the middle of this Franco-Russian evening concert.
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- Composer: Claude DebussyOpus: »Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune«
- Composer: Sergei ProkofievOpus: Concerto for violin and orchestra No in 1 D major, Op 19
- Composer: Nikolai Rimsky-KorsakovOpus: »Scheherazade«, Op 35