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Considered to be one of the most talented Swiss musicians, the violinist Rachel Kolly d'Alba, born in Lausanne, is recognized for her generous temperament, her intense passion for performance, her mature musicality, and most of all, her vibrato, which has been compared by many with the glorious violinists from the past.

In 2010, her CD "Passion Ysaÿe" presenting the 6 violin Sonatas by composer Eugène Ysaÿe was released on the Warner Classicsand received unanimous praise in the international press. Ms. Kolly d'Alba became the first Swiss musician to record for the Warner Music.
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Considered to be one of the most talented Swiss musicians, the violinist Rachel Kolly d'Alba, born in Lausanne, is recognized for her generous temperament, her intense passion for performance, her mature musicality, and most of all, her vibrato, which has been compared by many with the glorious violinists from the past.

In 2010, her CD "Passion Ysaÿe" presenting the 6 violin Sonatas by composer Eugène Ysaÿe was released on the Warner Classicsand received unanimous praise in the international press. Ms. Kolly d'Alba became the first Swiss musician to record for the Warner Music.
Her next CD, as soloist with the acclaimed conductors Jean-Jacques Kantorow and John Axelrod, is entitled, "French Impressions," featuring music for violin and orchestra by Saint-Saens, Chausson, Ravel and Ysaÿe, is released on the same label in October, 2011

In continuing this collaboration with John Axelrod, future recordings with orchestra include concerti by Szymanowski and Tchaikovsky, both composed in Lausanne and Montreux respectively, and American Music, featuring Waxman's Carmen Fantasy, Gershwin's Fantasy on Porgy and Bess, and Bernstein's Serenade, to be released for the 95th anniversary of the composer.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba has performed with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire, the Chamber Orchestra of Toulouse, the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, the Orchestre Symphonique de Bienne, the Orchestra of the New Europe, the Bern Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre National of Lithuania, the Orchestre de chambre Fribourgeois and the Philharmonie of Jena. She has performed all over the world, having been invited to such festivals such as the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, the Festival internazionale da musica da camera in Este, the Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival , the Festival de Poitiers, the Encuentros Festival and Mozarteum at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires and Sigall in Chile or the International Festival of Flanders and Murten Classics.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba received her first violin and piano lessons at the age of five. She made her debut as a soloist with orchestra at the early age of 12. Ms. Kolly d'Alba studied at the Conservatory in Lausanne where she received at the exceptional age of 15 years old, the diploma for teaching the violin as well as the final diploma in violin and chamber music. She went on with her studies at the University for Music and Drama in Bern in the class of the renowned Slovenian violinist and pedagogue Igor Ozim, where she received her diploma as a soloist. She has also studied with Franco Gulli, Ivry Gitlis, Boris Kushnir, Hansheinz Schneeberger, Jean-Jacques Kantorow and Thomas Kakuska (Alban Berg Quartett).

Her interest in the contemporary world of orchestration, analysis and composition led her also to pursue studies in these areas. Ms. Kolly d'Alba has premiered and commissioned many contemporary works for her instrument and has collaborated with composers such as Tristan Murail, Eric Gaudibert and Jürg Wyttenbach.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba is a first prize winner of several international competitions. Her awards include all the main prizes from her native country. Beginning in 1994, Ms. Kolly d'Alba won first prize at the Jeunesses Musicales Competition in Zurich, followed by many first prizes such as the 1997 Paderewski prize, 1st prize at "Young Talents" competition in Moudon in 1998, as well as the Hablitzel Kiefer in 2000, Fridl-Wald in 2002 and Leenards Foundation in 2004. She won in 2005 the Fifth International Competition "Julio Cardona" and also received the award for the best interpretation of a contemporary work.

Highlights of the 2011/12 season include a recital at Wigmore Hall in London, and performances with the NHK Symphony Orchestra on a Japanese tour, the Chamber Orchestra of Toulouse, the Sinfonica di Milano "Giuseppe Verdi" and the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba plays a magnificent Stradivarius violin from 1732, received in April 2011.

Besides her violin, Ms. Kolly d'Alba has 2 other loves: her 5 year old daughter; and another vocation, writing.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Considered to be one of the most talented Swiss musicians, the violinist Rachel Kolly d'Alba, born in Lausanne, is recognized for her generous temperament, her intense passion for performance, her mature musicality, and most of all, her vibrato, which has been compared by many with the glorious violinists from the past.

In 2010, her CD "Passion Ysaÿe" presenting the 6 violin Sonatas by composer Eugène Ysaÿe was released on the Warner Classicsand received unanimous praise in the international press. Ms. Kolly d'Alba became the first Swiss musician to record for the Warner Music.
Her next CD, as soloist with the acclaimed conductors Jean-Jacques Kantorow and John Axelrod, is entitled, "French Impressions," featuring music for violin and orchestra by Saint-Saens, Chausson, Ravel and Ysaÿe, is released on the same label in October, 2011

In continuing this collaboration with John Axelrod, future recordings with orchestra include concerti by Szymanowski and Tchaikovsky, both composed in Lausanne and Montreux respectively, and American Music, featuring Waxman's Carmen Fantasy, Gershwin's Fantasy on Porgy and Bess, and Bernstein's Serenade, to be released for the 95th anniversary of the composer.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba has performed with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire, the Chamber Orchestra of Toulouse, the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, the Orchestre Symphonique de Bienne, the Orchestra of the New Europe, the Bern Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre National of Lithuania, the Orchestre de chambre Fribourgeois and the Philharmonie of Jena. She has performed all over the world, having been invited to such festivals such as the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, the Festival internazionale da musica da camera in Este, the Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival , the Festival de Poitiers, the Encuentros Festival and Mozarteum at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires and Sigall in Chile or the International Festival of Flanders and Murten Classics.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba received her first violin and piano lessons at the age of five. She made her debut as a soloist with orchestra at the early age of 12. Ms. Kolly d'Alba studied at the Conservatory in Lausanne where she received at the exceptional age of 15 years old, the diploma for teaching the violin as well as the final diploma in violin and chamber music. She went on with her studies at the University for Music and Drama in Bern in the class of the renowned Slovenian violinist and pedagogue Igor Ozim, where she received her diploma as a soloist. She has also studied with Franco Gulli, Ivry Gitlis, Boris Kushnir, Hansheinz Schneeberger, Jean-Jacques Kantorow and Thomas Kakuska (Alban Berg Quartett).

Her interest in the contemporary world of orchestration, analysis and composition led her also to pursue studies in these areas. Ms. Kolly d'Alba has premiered and commissioned many contemporary works for her instrument and has collaborated with composers such as Tristan Murail, Eric Gaudibert and Jürg Wyttenbach.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba is a first prize winner of several international competitions. Her awards include all the main prizes from her native country. Beginning in 1994, Ms. Kolly d'Alba won first prize at the Jeunesses Musicales Competition in Zurich, followed by many first prizes such as the 1997 Paderewski prize, 1st prize at "Young Talents" competition in Moudon in 1998, as well as the Hablitzel Kiefer in 2000, Fridl-Wald in 2002 and Leenards Foundation in 2004. She won in 2005 the Fifth International Competition "Julio Cardona" and also received the award for the best interpretation of a contemporary work.

Highlights of the 2011/12 season include a recital at Wigmore Hall in London, and performances with the NHK Symphony Orchestra on a Japanese tour, the Chamber Orchestra of Toulouse, the Sinfonica di Milano "Giuseppe Verdi" and the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba plays a magnificent Stradivarius violin from 1732, received in April 2011.

Besides her violin, Ms. Kolly d'Alba has 2 other loves: her 5 year old daughter; and another vocation, writing.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Considered to be one of the most talented Swiss musicians, the violinist Rachel Kolly d'Alba, born in Lausanne, is recognized for her generous temperament, her intense passion for performance, her mature musicality, and most of all, her vibrato, which has been compared by many with the glorious violinists from the past.

In 2010, her CD "Passion Ysaÿe" presenting the 6 violin Sonatas by composer Eugène Ysaÿe was released on the Warner Classicsand received unanimous praise in the international press. Ms. Kolly d'Alba became the first Swiss musician to record for the Warner Music.
Her next CD, as soloist with the acclaimed conductors Jean-Jacques Kantorow and John Axelrod, is entitled, "French Impressions," featuring music for violin and orchestra by Saint-Saens, Chausson, Ravel and Ysaÿe, is released on the same label in October, 2011

In continuing this collaboration with John Axelrod, future recordings with orchestra include concerti by Szymanowski and Tchaikovsky, both composed in Lausanne and Montreux respectively, and American Music, featuring Waxman's Carmen Fantasy, Gershwin's Fantasy on Porgy and Bess, and Bernstein's Serenade, to be released for the 95th anniversary of the composer.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba has performed with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire, the Chamber Orchestra of Toulouse, the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, the Orchestre Symphonique de Bienne, the Orchestra of the New Europe, the Bern Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre National of Lithuania, the Orchestre de chambre Fribourgeois and the Philharmonie of Jena. She has performed all over the world, having been invited to such festivals such as the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, the Festival internazionale da musica da camera in Este, the Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival , the Festival de Poitiers, the Encuentros Festival and Mozarteum at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires and Sigall in Chile or the International Festival of Flanders and Murten Classics.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba received her first violin and piano lessons at the age of five. She made her debut as a soloist with orchestra at the early age of 12. Ms. Kolly d'Alba studied at the Conservatory in Lausanne where she received at the exceptional age of 15 years old, the diploma for teaching the violin as well as the final diploma in violin and chamber music. She went on with her studies at the University for Music and Drama in Bern in the class of the renowned Slovenian violinist and pedagogue Igor Ozim, where she received her diploma as a soloist. She has also studied with Franco Gulli, Ivry Gitlis, Boris Kushnir, Hansheinz Schneeberger, Jean-Jacques Kantorow and Thomas Kakuska (Alban Berg Quartett).

Her interest in the contemporary world of orchestration, analysis and composition led her also to pursue studies in these areas. Ms. Kolly d'Alba has premiered and commissioned many contemporary works for her instrument and has collaborated with composers such as Tristan Murail, Eric Gaudibert and Jürg Wyttenbach.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba is a first prize winner of several international competitions. Her awards include all the main prizes from her native country. Beginning in 1994, Ms. Kolly d'Alba won first prize at the Jeunesses Musicales Competition in Zurich, followed by many first prizes such as the 1997 Paderewski prize, 1st prize at "Young Talents" competition in Moudon in 1998, as well as the Hablitzel Kiefer in 2000, Fridl-Wald in 2002 and Leenards Foundation in 2004. She won in 2005 the Fifth International Competition "Julio Cardona" and also received the award for the best interpretation of a contemporary work.

Highlights of the 2011/12 season include a recital at Wigmore Hall in London, and performances with the NHK Symphony Orchestra on a Japanese tour, the Chamber Orchestra of Toulouse, the Sinfonica di Milano "Giuseppe Verdi" and the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire.

Ms. Kolly d'Alba plays a magnificent Stradivarius violin from 1732, received in April 2011.

Besides her violin, Ms. Kolly d'Alba has 2 other loves: her 5 year old daughter; and another vocation, writing.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.