Daniel Lozakovich | violin
Stanislav Soloviev | piano 

The spirited violin playing of young prodigy Daniel Lozakovitch and the piano mastery of Stanislav Soloviev

Daniel Lozakovich, Stanislav Soloviev
Daniel Lozakovich, Stanislav Soloviev - DR


Bach Chaconne in D minor
Brahms Sonata for violin and piano op. 5
Ysaÿe Sonata for solo violin No. 5 op. 27
Franck Sonata for violin and piano 

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Daniel Lozakovich, who is only twenty years old, has been touring international stages for several years before an enthusiastic audience and has already signed a contract with the prestigious Deutsche Grammophon label, which has resulted in a remarkable first Bach opus. He has all the makings of a great soloist, whether with an orchestra or in a piano recital, he combines perfect mastery of his playing with an already mature musical personality. Beyond his dazzling virtuosity, he has a very personal capacity for musical expression. He is joined here by his older colleague, the pianist Stanislav Soloviev, with whom he often forms a duo for a voyage-like programme mixing the classics Bach and Brahms with two pillars of the modern repertoire for violin and piano, one of the six sonatas by Ysaÿe and the no less famous one by César Franck.

COREALISATION Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

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