Tohnhalle Orchestra

Tatjana Vassilijeva is the first Russian winner the first Prize in the history of the contest as well as Revelation from Abroad in the Victoires de la Musique Classique, Tatjana Vassiljeva has a brilliant reputation as one of the leading chelistas of his generation. He has written and commented on it, which is known and appreciated because it has an irreproachable technique and a comprehensive record of sonorities, whose virtuosity is even less important in comparison to his strong musical personality and ideas, as well as its ability to transmit them. His innate musical curiosity is reflected in his vast repertoire which ranges from baroque to contemporary music and includes several works premiered by her. References since it began his musical career at the age of twelve years, Tatjiana has played for throughout Europe, Asia, South America, Russia and New Zealand with most important orchestras, including the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, the Moscow Soloists, the Tohnhalle Orchestra of Zurich, Basle Sinfonie Orchestra, Deutche Sinfonie Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra of Lithuania and the Orchestra Tokyo Philharmonic under the baton of Directors of international renown such as Yuri Temirkanov, David Zinman, Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Bashmet, Dmitri Kitaenko, Michail Jurowski, Sakari Oramo, Christoph Eschenbach and Krzysztov Penderecki. Tatjana has been in Japan, where it has acted with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra from Claudio Abbado, to give a series of concerts in the Salle Pleyel (Paris) and the Philharmonic of Luxembourg with Rostropovich with the Orchestre de Paris. This season has included concerts with the Chamber Orchestra of Jerusalem, with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Nice/James Judd (playing the Elgar Concerto) as well as concerts of Chamber music with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, with which it collaborates regularly. It is said that he construed the Penderecki Concerto Grosso under the baton of the composer himself, before going on tour together with Kurt Masur and the Orchestre National de France.

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