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Vadim Gluzman

One of the most inspiring and dynamic artists before the public today, the Israeli violinist Vadim Gluzman (born in Ukraine 1973) has established himself as a performer of great depth, virtuosity and technical brilliance. Constantly lauded by critics and audiences alike, he has performed throughout the United States, Europe, Russia, Japan, Australia and Canada, as a soloist and in a duo partnership with his wife, the pianist Angela Yoffe.

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Beethoven & Schnittke - Violin Concertos
After acclaimed recordings of the great Romantic violin concerto...
Vasks - Distant Light and other works
Having spent much of his childhood in Latvia, where he also bega...
Tchaikovsky & Babajanian - Piano Trios
In Russian chamber music, a rather special tradition evolved aro...
Brahms - Violin Concerto
One of Johannes Brahms’s sunniest works, the Violin Concerto in ...
Prokofiev – Violin Sonatas
5 Diapasons, Diapason 10/2013 ”By any standards these are all...
‘A hum­ble attempt to build a metaphysical time bridge’ is how V...
Gubaidulina - In tempus praesens/Glorious Percussion
Coinciding with her 80th birthday, this substantial addition to ...
Barber · Bernstein · Bloch
The three works for violin and orchestra gathered here testify b...
Music Web International: outstanding.
Fireworks – Virtuoso Violin Music
In a review in The Strad of Vadim Gluzman’s recent recording of ...
Ballet for a Lonely Violinist
Classics Today 10/10, highest rating: 'All I can say is, if you'...
Pärt - Spiegel im Spiegel
BBC Music Magazine 5 stars; Classics Today 10/10.
Time...  and again - music for violin and piano
BBC Music Magazine 5 stars; Classics Today 10/10.
24 Preludes for Violin and Piano
Classics Today 10/10, highest rating.
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