G A L L E R Y


Marianna VASILEVA 

Music critics, audiences and fellow musicians have recently been calling Marianna Vasileva an upcoming first lady of violin. She displays a truly unprecedented violin technique, and resonant tone, digitally precise intonation in all circumstances together with the breezy confidence and light-hearted intelligence that she brings to her performance.


As a winner of many international competitions (the International Glazunov Competition, the International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition, the Prague Spring International Music Competition, the Violin Competition Sion Valais and other) Marianna is appearing repeatedly as a guest artist with famed ensembles internationally. She cooperates with young talented artists as Tal-Haim Samnon, Miroslav Sekera,  Charlie Siem as well as the well-know and renewed artists Shlomo Mintz,Krzysztof Penderezki, Itamar Golan, Paul Watkins, Yuri Bashmet, Saulius Sondeckis and others.


Marianna’s exciting charisma was admitted by Mstislav Rostropovich who has listened to her for the first time at his anniversary party in 1997. The same year, she has her debut in Germany where Marianna had a great success performing Bruch’s Concert No. 1 for violin and orchestra. A year later, Valery Gergiev invited her to his largest festival in Mikkeli, Finland.


In 1997 Marianna became a winner of the international competition “2000 Virtuosos” in St. Petersburg and the International Shostakovich Competition in Hannover, in 2000 – the International Glazunov Competition in Paris. In 2001, she not only became an awardee of the International Spohr Competition in Weimar but also won the main prize of this competition – a violin. The same year Vladimir Spivakov invites Marianna to take part in his exclusive festival in Colmar. In 2009 Marianna won the 1st prize in the International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition also in the Prague Spring International Music Competition in 2010 and the Violin Competition Sion Valais.


Marianna got her first violin lessons in the age of five directed by her father. When she was in age of 7, she played her first recital concert. Then, the famous violin players became her teachers: Vladimir Ovcharek (the Vocational school and the St. Petersburg Conservatory), Dora Schwarzberg (the High School of Music in Vienna), Zakhar Bron (the High School of Music on Cologne). 

She has over 40 concerts in her repertoire. Her current season includes cycle of the 24 Caprices by N.Paganini, concerts by K.Penderecki, L.Beethoven, P.Tchaikovsky etc.

 

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J.S.Bach

Sonata  No.1   g-moll BWV 1001

Sonata No.2   a-moll  BWV 1003

Partita  No.2 d-moll BWV 1004

H.W. Ernst

“The Last  Rose of  Summer” (Etude No.6)

 N.Milstein

“Paganiniana”

 N.Paganini

Caprices op.1

 E.Ysaye

Sonata No.3 (“Ballada”) d-moll op.27

Sonata No.6  E-dur  op.27

Sonatas and Pieces with piano

L. van Beethoven

Sonata No.5  F-dur op.24

Sonata No.7 c-moll op.30  No.2

Sonata No.8 G-dur  op.30  No.3

Sonata No.9 A-dur Op.47 (“Kreutzer”)

J.Brahms

Sonata No.2 A-dur op.100

Sonata No.3 d-moll op.108

E.Elgar

Sonata e-moll, op.82

G.Faure

Sonata A-dur op.13

C.Franck

Sonata for violin and piano A-dur M.8

W.A. Mozart

Sonata No.18 G-dur  KV 301

Sonata No.21 e-moll  KV 304

Sonata No.22  A-dur  KV 305

F.Schubert

Sonata (Duo) A-dur op.162 D.547

Fantasy  C-dur  D.934

Rondo Brilliant  b-moll op.70  D.895

D.Shostakovich

Sonata  G-dur op.134

S.Prokofiev

Sonata f-moll No.1 op.80

M.Ravel

Sonata No.1 a-moll  "Sonate Posthume"

Sonata  No.2 G-dur

G. Tartini

Sonata g-moll "Devil's Trill"

J.S.Bach

Air in G string (from suite No.3 D-dur)

Arioso

L.van Beethoven

Romance  F-dur  No.2 op.50

J.Brahms

Hungarian Dance No. 17    fis- moll

Hungarian Dance No.1  g-moll

Hungarian Dance No.5   fis-moll

Scherzo c-moll (from F-A-E Sonata)

F.Chopin

Nocturne cis-moll No.20

C.Debussy

La Fille Aux Cheveux De Lin (The Girl with the Flaxen Hair)  No. 8 of Preludes, Book I

Claire de lune

Beau Soir

A.Dvorak

Mazurek op.49

Romance op.11

Slavonic Dance No 2 op.72

G.Faure

Berceuse, Op.16

M.de Falla

Danse Espagnole  (from “La Vida Breve”)

J.Hubay

Carmen Fantasie

F.Kreisler

Various Pieces

W.Lutoslawski

Subito (1992)

J.Massenet

“Meditation” (from Thais)

N.Paganini

Cantabile  op.17

Le Streghe  (Witches dance)  op.8

Di tanti Palpiti  op.13

A.Piazzolla

Various Pieces

S.Prokofiev

5 Melodies for violin and piano  op.35 bis

S.Rachmaninov

Vocalise op.34  No.14

Romance op.6 No.1

M.Ravel

“Tzigane” M.76

P.de Sarasate

Gypsy Airs op.20

Introduction et Tarantelle op.43

Habanera  op.21 No.2

C. Saint-Saens

Havanaise op.83

Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso op.28

J.Suk

4 Pieces for violin and piano

P.Tchaikovsky

Op.42: Meditation d-moll

Scherzo  c-moll

Melodie  E flat-dur

Valse-scherzo C-dur op.34

Valse sentimentale op.51

T.Vitali

Chaconne  g-moll

H.Wieniawski

Theme Original Varié, Op. 15

Scherzo-Tarantelle, Op. 16

Fantasie Brillante sur Gounod's Faust, Op. 20

Polonaise No. 1 in D Major, Op. 4.

E.Ysaye

Poeme elegiaque  op.12

F.Waxman

Carmen Fantasie

CHAMBER MUSIC

Two violins

G.F.Telemann

12 Canons melodieux, ou 6 sonates en duo: Sonata in D major, TWV 40:120

L.Boccherini

Duet for 2 violins in G major, Op. 5, No. 1, G. 56

A.Honneger

Sonatina for 2 Violins, H. 29

P.de Sarasate

Navarra op.33

E.Ysaye

Sonata for 2 Violins in A minor

String trio

L. van Beethoven

Trio in G major, op. 9 no. 1

Trio in D major, op. 9 no. 2

Trio in C minor, op. 9 no. 3

F. Schubert

String trio in B flat major D581

String trio in B flat major D471

Piano trio

A.Dvorak

“Dumky” trio in E minor, Op. 90

D.Shostakovich

Piano Trio No. 1 in C minor, Op. 8

Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 67


D.Shostakovich

String Quartet No. 8 in c-moll op.110

S.Rachmaninov

String Quartet No.1 g-moll  (unfinished)

Piano quintet

G.Faure

Piano Quintet No.2 Op.115

Concertos for Violin & Orchestra 

J.S.Bach

Concerto for Two Violins & Chamber Orchestra   d-moll    BWV1043

Violin Concerto №1  a-moll   BWV 1041

Violin Concerto  №2    E-dur    BWV 1042 

M.Bruch

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   №1 g-moll   op.26

Scottish Fantasy op.46 

J.Brahms

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   D-dur   op.77

Concerto for Violin, Cello & Orchestra   a-moll   op.102 

L. van Beethoven

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   D-dur  op.61 

S.Barber

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   op.14 

A.Dvorak

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   a-moll  op.53 

A.Glazunov

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra    a-moll op.82 

E.Lalo

Symphonie Espagnole   d-moll   op.21 

W.Marschner

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra №1 

F.Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   e-moll   op.64 

W.A.Mozart

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   №3  G-dur  KV216

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   №4  D-dur  KV218

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   №5  A-dur  KV219

Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola & Orchestra  Es-dur  K 

N.Paganini

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra №1  D-dur   op.6 

 S.Prokofiev

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   №1   D-dur  op.19 

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   №2   g-moll  op.63 

D.Shostakovich

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   №1 a-moll   op.77 (99) 

 A.Schoenberg

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   op.36 

J.Sibelius

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra   d-moll   op.47 

K.Szymanowski

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra  №1  op.35 

P.Tchaikovsky

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra    D-dur    op.35 

A.Vietan

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra  №4  d-moll  op.31 

A.Vivaldi

The four Seasons

Spring.Concerto  №1  in E-dur    op.8   RV269

Summer.Concerto  №2  in g-moll  op.8 RV315

Autumn.Concerto  №3   in F-dur   op.8  RV293

Winter.Concerto    №4   in f-moll  op.8  RV297 

H.Wieniawski

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra №1   fis-moll   op.14

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra  №2    

d-moll  op.22 

W.Walton

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra