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Liebesträume (video, 2012)

Recorded by Ian DeNolfo of Lion Recording Studios with the generous help and collaboration of Lloyd & Nora Frank of LoraNoyd reProductions. Special thanks to West Chester University of Pennsylvania's School of Music, an all Steinway school, for the use of their wonderful piano and hall.

 

 

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Masterworks II - Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmáninov, Nielsen

Friday, 17 February 2017

Svetlana is returning to perform with the South Florida Symphony in 4 cities ( at Miami Arsht Center, Key West Tenessee Williams Theater, Fort Lauderdale Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Boca Raton Florida Atlantic University)
< http://www.southfloridasymphony.org/

With Russian pianist Svetlana Smolina at theTeatro Lirico di Cagliari

Friday, 17 February 2017

The Concert. With Russian pianist Svetlana Smolina at the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari
Vadim Repin, what a premium class!

One confirmation and one surprise. This is how one could summarize the chamber music evening that took place two days ago at the Teatro Lirico in Cagliari as the second event of the 2017 concert season.

The star of the event, Siberian Vadim Repin, showed the validity of class and experience. The exviolin prodigy, pupil of Zakhar Bron and winner at the age of 16 of the prestigious Reine Elisabeth-Competition in Brussels, has gone into a gradual heightening like a long-distance runner intensifying his pace when the see the finishing line. If the execution of the Sonata No. 3 in G Minor by Debussy and the Sonata No. 2 in D by Prokofiev was carried out as in the textbook, the change of gear was noticeable in the second half of the concert with the Sonata in A by Franck.

Vadim won the audience’s applause with his communicative immediacy and his daredevil virtuosity,which became exalted in Tzigane, concert rhapsody by Ravel, signature of an authentic premium class.

The surprise of the evening was the Russian pianist Svetlana Smolina, statuesque in her long, fieryred dress. Thanks to an excellent control of dynamics and timbre, Smolina found the right feeling with Vadim (the two of them have been playing together since 2014), who from her singing appeared to gain mellifluousness and freshness along the way. The pianist from Novgorod did not suffer from the carismatic personality of her illustrious colleague and demonstrated a consolidated artistic maturity.
At the end, the two artists repayed the audience’s enthusiasm (the only shame being a few absences
too many) with two elegant and applauded encores on tunes from „Eugene Onegin“ by Tchaikowsky.


Fabio Marcello

Featuring two U.S. premieres

Tuesday, 07 February 2017

Gabrielle Armenier Eurythmy Agency presents Lee-Chin Siow, Violin, Svetlana Smolina, Piano, Gabrielle Armenier, Eurythmy. Weill Recital Hall. Featuring two U.S. premieres, East meets West in this program which explores the gestural qualities of French and Chinese music through the movement art of eurythmy. With the concept of polarities of touch as meeting ground, Franck’s Violin Sonata speaks to the romanticism of the Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto, while Ravel’s Tzigane encounters its counterpart in the U.S. premiere of Singaporean composer Kam Kee Yong’s Kuang Xiang Qu, nicknamed the ‘Chinese Tzigane’.
http://www.carnegiehall.org

Duo recital with Vadim Repin at Teatro Lirico di Cagliari

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Giovedì 19 Gennaio, ore 20.30 - turno A
Violino Vadim Repin
Pianoforte Svetlana Smolina
Claude Debussy Sonata n. 3 in sol minore per violino e pianoforte L. 148
Sergej Prokof’ev Sonata n. 2 in Re maggiore per violino e pianoforte op. 94bis
César Franck Sonata in La maggiore per violino e pianoforte Maurice Ravel Tzigane, rapsodia da concerto
http://www.teatroliricodicagliari.it/it/

Vadim Repin and Svetlana Smolina on TV in India

Friday, 13 January 2017

Lakshminaryana Subramaniam’s popular “SaPa Show” is a weekly tv programme that gets broadcast all over India and to many other countries via satellite. It was created at the Subramaniam Academy of Performing Arts’ initiative. Svetlana and Vadim found an interesting way of talking about their respective instruments and letting viewers experience how they sound.
http://transsiberianfestival.com/news/subramaniamrepin-i-smolina-na-sapa-show/

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