Winner of the Long-Thibaut-Crespin award in 2018, the Ukrainian violinist Diana Tishchenko has played her superb 1754 Guadagnini at a series of triumphant recitals all over the world.
Her comfort zone is the romantic repertoire, and her “unnervingly natural pos.ture and superbly refined sonority” (Classicagenda) are remark.able. She is also an excellent duettist with piano in tandem with Zoltán Fejérvári, a disciple of the great András Schiff. They have chosen an eclectic repertoire that starts with a Divertimento by Stravinsky, followed by Schubert's Wanderer Fantasy, a piece of singular beauty that is so rarely performed. They will finish with the bewitching, fiendishly masterful Tzigane by Ravel.