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Few young soloists command the degree of warmth and respect from fellow musicians all over the world as violinist Lisa Batiashvili, who earlier this year became an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon recording artist.
Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, Lisa Batiashvili lives in France today. For 15 years, since 1994, she was a resident of Munich, where she studied with Ana Chumachenko at the Musikhochschule, having previously worked with Mark Lubotsky at the Hamburg Musik-hochschule. In 1995, as the youngest-ever competitor, aged 16, she was awarded second prize at the Sibelius Competition in Helsinki. In ... Read more

Few young soloists command the degree of warmth and respect from fellow musicians all over the world as violinist Lisa Batiashvili, who earlier this year became an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon recording artist.
Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, Lisa Batiashvili lives in France today. For 15 years, since 1994, she was a resident of Munich, where she studied with Ana Chumachenko at the Musikhochschule, having previously worked with Mark Lubotsky at the Hamburg Musik-hochschule. In 1995, as the youngest-ever competitor, aged 16, she was awarded second prize at the Sibelius Competition in Helsinki. In 2001, as one of the first BBC “New Generation Artists”, she made what BBC Music Magazine hailed as the “outstanding debut of the year” at the BBC Proms. In 2003, she won the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival’s Leonard Bernstein Award and later received the Beethoven Ring from the Beethoven Festival of Bonn. In 2008 she was honoured with the MIDEM Classical Award and the Choc du Monde de la musique for her recording of Sibelius and Magnus Lindberg’s Violin Concertos, and that year she also received an Echo Award as “Young Artist of the Year”. Recently she was announced as the winner of the prestigious international Accademia Musicale Chigiana prize in Siena.
Lisa Batiashvili is featured season after season with many of the world’s greatest orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Philadelphia, Berliner Philharmoniker, Gewandhaus, Royal Concertgebouw, Bavarian Radio Symphony, Dresden Staatskapelle and Orchestre de Paris. Other regular relationships include the London Symphony, London Philharmonic, NHK Symphony and Sydney Symphony orchestras. Chamber music has always played an important part in her schedule, with invitations from festivals such as Salzburg, Edinburgh International, Aldeburgh, Marlboro, Tanglewood, Saratoga, Schleswig-Holstein, Schubertiade and Kuhmo. Lisa Batiashvili’s commitment to new music has resulted in several world premieres in recent seasons, including the Lindberg Violin Concerto and Nicolas Bacri’s Double Concerto for Violin, Oboe and Chamber Orchestra as well as his Capriccio for 3 Violins and Orchestra.
Highlights of Lisa Batiashvili’s 2010/11 season include a European tour with the New York Philharmonic (under Alan Gilbert) and concerts with the Philadelphia Orchestra (under Vladimir Jurowski), Minnesota Orchestra (under Osmo Vänskä), Philharmonia Orchestra (under Lorin Maazel), NDR Sinfonieorchester (under Alan Gilbert) and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie of Bremen. She will also play with Adrian Brendel and Till Fellner, including concerts at the Wigmore Hall in London, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Vienna Musikverein and the Berlin Philharmonie. Her other regular chamber music partners are François Leleux and Lawrence Power.
Lisa Batiashvili’s first album for Deutsche Grammophon brings together works by composers whose artistic lives, like that of the violinist herself, were powerfully impacted by political events in Russia or the Soviet Union, forcing most of them to leave their homeland for the West. This recording – in which she is partnered by Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra – features Shostakovich’s First Violin Concerto, plus pieces by three
famous Soviet émigrés: the Russian Sergei Rachmaninov, the Estonian Arvo Pärt and the
Georgian Giya Kancheli.
Lisa Batiashvili plays the 1709 Engleman Stradivarius, on loan from the Nippon Music Foundation.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Few young soloists command the degree of warmth and respect from fellow musicians all over the world as violinist Lisa Batiashvili, who earlier this year became an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon recording artist.
Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, Lisa Batiashvili lives in France today. For 15 years, since 1994, she was a resident of Munich, where she studied with Ana Chumachenko at the Musikhochschule, having previously worked with Mark Lubotsky at the Hamburg Musik-hochschule. In 1995, as the youngest-ever competitor, aged 16, she was awarded second prize at the Sibelius Competition in Helsinki. In 2001, as one of the first BBC “New Generation Artists”, she made what BBC Music Magazine hailed as the “outstanding debut of the year” at the BBC Proms. In 2003, she won the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival’s Leonard Bernstein Award and later received the Beethoven Ring from the Beethoven Festival of Bonn. In 2008 she was honoured with the MIDEM Classical Award and the Choc du Monde de la musique for her recording of Sibelius and Magnus Lindberg’s Violin Concertos, and that year she also received an Echo Award as “Young Artist of the Year”. Recently she was announced as the winner of the prestigious international Accademia Musicale Chigiana prize in Siena.
Lisa Batiashvili is featured season after season with many of the world’s greatest orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Philadelphia, Berliner Philharmoniker, Gewandhaus, Royal Concertgebouw, Bavarian Radio Symphony, Dresden Staatskapelle and Orchestre de Paris. Other regular relationships include the London Symphony, London Philharmonic, NHK Symphony and Sydney Symphony orchestras. Chamber music has always played an important part in her schedule, with invitations from festivals such as Salzburg, Edinburgh International, Aldeburgh, Marlboro, Tanglewood, Saratoga, Schleswig-Holstein, Schubertiade and Kuhmo. Lisa Batiashvili’s commitment to new music has resulted in several world premieres in recent seasons, including the Lindberg Violin Concerto and Nicolas Bacri’s Double Concerto for Violin, Oboe and Chamber Orchestra as well as his Capriccio for 3 Violins and Orchestra.
Highlights of Lisa Batiashvili’s 2010/11 season include a European tour with the New York Philharmonic (under Alan Gilbert) and concerts with the Philadelphia Orchestra (under Vladimir Jurowski), Minnesota Orchestra (under Osmo Vänskä), Philharmonia Orchestra (under Lorin Maazel), NDR Sinfonieorchester (under Alan Gilbert) and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie of Bremen. She will also play with Adrian Brendel and Till Fellner, including concerts at the Wigmore Hall in London, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Vienna Musikverein and the Berlin Philharmonie. Her other regular chamber music partners are François Leleux and Lawrence Power.
Lisa Batiashvili’s first album for Deutsche Grammophon brings together works by composers whose artistic lives, like that of the violinist herself, were powerfully impacted by political events in Russia or the Soviet Union, forcing most of them to leave their homeland for the West. This recording – in which she is partnered by Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra – features Shostakovich’s First Violin Concerto, plus pieces by three
famous Soviet émigrés: the Russian Sergei Rachmaninov, the Estonian Arvo Pärt and the
Georgian Giya Kancheli.
Lisa Batiashvili plays the 1709 Engleman Stradivarius, on loan from the Nippon Music Foundation.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Few young soloists command the degree of warmth and respect from fellow musicians all over the world as violinist Lisa Batiashvili, who earlier this year became an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon recording artist.
Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, Lisa Batiashvili lives in France today. For 15 years, since 1994, she was a resident of Munich, where she studied with Ana Chumachenko at the Musikhochschule, having previously worked with Mark Lubotsky at the Hamburg Musik-hochschule. In 1995, as the youngest-ever competitor, aged 16, she was awarded second prize at the Sibelius Competition in Helsinki. In 2001, as one of the first BBC “New Generation Artists”, she made what BBC Music Magazine hailed as the “outstanding debut of the year” at the BBC Proms. In 2003, she won the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival’s Leonard Bernstein Award and later received the Beethoven Ring from the Beethoven Festival of Bonn. In 2008 she was honoured with the MIDEM Classical Award and the Choc du Monde de la musique for her recording of Sibelius and Magnus Lindberg’s Violin Concertos, and that year she also received an Echo Award as “Young Artist of the Year”. Recently she was announced as the winner of the prestigious international Accademia Musicale Chigiana prize in Siena.
Lisa Batiashvili is featured season after season with many of the world’s greatest orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Philadelphia, Berliner Philharmoniker, Gewandhaus, Royal Concertgebouw, Bavarian Radio Symphony, Dresden Staatskapelle and Orchestre de Paris. Other regular relationships include the London Symphony, London Philharmonic, NHK Symphony and Sydney Symphony orchestras. Chamber music has always played an important part in her schedule, with invitations from festivals such as Salzburg, Edinburgh International, Aldeburgh, Marlboro, Tanglewood, Saratoga, Schleswig-Holstein, Schubertiade and Kuhmo. Lisa Batiashvili’s commitment to new music has resulted in several world premieres in recent seasons, including the Lindberg Violin Concerto and Nicolas Bacri’s Double Concerto for Violin, Oboe and Chamber Orchestra as well as his Capriccio for 3 Violins and Orchestra.
Highlights of Lisa Batiashvili’s 2010/11 season include a European tour with the New York Philharmonic (under Alan Gilbert) and concerts with the Philadelphia Orchestra (under Vladimir Jurowski), Minnesota Orchestra (under Osmo Vänskä), Philharmonia Orchestra (under Lorin Maazel), NDR Sinfonieorchester (under Alan Gilbert) and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie of Bremen. She will also play with Adrian Brendel and Till Fellner, including concerts at the Wigmore Hall in London, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Vienna Musikverein and the Berlin Philharmonie. Her other regular chamber music partners are François Leleux and Lawrence Power.
Lisa Batiashvili’s first album for Deutsche Grammophon brings together works by composers whose artistic lives, like that of the violinist herself, were powerfully impacted by political events in Russia or the Soviet Union, forcing most of them to leave their homeland for the West. This recording – in which she is partnered by Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra – features Shostakovich’s First Violin Concerto, plus pieces by three
famous Soviet émigrés: the Russian Sergei Rachmaninov, the Estonian Arvo Pärt and the
Georgian Giya Kancheli.
Lisa Batiashvili plays the 1709 Engleman Stradivarius, on loan from the Nippon Music Foundation.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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