BIOGRAPHY

BIOGRAPHY

“BREATHTAKING - GORGEOUSLY EXPRESSIVE”

– The Strad


Chosen by the European Concert Hall Organization, violinist Diana Tishchenko has performed at the most celebrated concert halls in Europe including the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Philharmonie de Paris, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Konzerthaus Vienna, Konserthuset Stockholm, Barbican London, Müpa Budapest, Megaron Athens, Philharmonie Cologne, Gulbenkian Foundation Lisbon, Casa da Musica Porto, Bozar Brussels and Birmingham Symphony Hall.

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“BREATHTAKING - GORGEOUSLY EXPRESSIVE”

– The Strad

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The Rising Star of the European Concert Hall Organization, violinist Diana Tishchenko appeared at the most celebrated concert halls in Europe including the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Philharmonie de Paris, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Konzerthaus Vienna, Konserthuset Stockholm, Barbican London, Müpa Budapest, Megaron Athens, Philharmonie Cologne, Gulbenkian Foundation Lisbon, Casa da Musica Porto, Bozar Brussels and Birmingham Symphony Hall.
She has been presenting the entire Solo programs by Bach, recitals with piano with major sonatas and virtuoso pieces.

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Spring and Summer of 2023 will include the grand violin/orchestra concertos including Beethoven, Shostakovitch, and be presented at the leading classical German, French and English festivals such as the Rheingau Festival, Schleswig-Holstein and Edinburgh Festival. After a successful debut at the Boulez Saal Berlin last year, Diana is to continue the collaboration with Berlin Baroque Soloists, presenting this year the Italian violin concertos, called “Venetian night”.
The environmental project “The uncertain Four Seasons” by WorldHuman Forum, where Diana has performed Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with EUYO live on channel ARTE has been streamed worldwide. The project has been awarded as the best filmed concert 2022 at the “Prague Film Festival”. And now it is being broadcasted at the venues like European Parliament Brussels, UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, Elisabeth Church in Berlin and others.

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After the victory at the legendary International Competition Grand Prix Jaques Thibaud in Paris 2018, the career of Ukrainian-German violinist Diana Tishchenko is developing promptly.

The recent collaborations with Ivan Fischer and François Xavier-Roth, Fabian Gabel include the debuts with Budapest Festival Orchestra, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Gürzenich Orchestra at the Philharmonie Cologne, a tour with Kyiv Symphony include appearances at the leading German halls such as Berliner Philharmonie, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Konzerthaus Berlin and Boulez Saal. As well as the appearance at the gathering of the G7 in Germany 2022, performing the “Ghost” trio by Beethoven.

The long lasting collaboration with the oboist Albrecht Mayer has brought her to the Christmas project by record label Deutsche Grammophone, performing the famous aria by Bach “Erbarme Dich..”. Among others, the concert with the WDR Funkhaus Orchestra and Vienna Symphony Orchestra at the Stephan’s Dom.

During the studies at Berlin’s Hanns Eisler Hochschule für Musik, Diana has made her debut with Deutsche Symphony Orchestra already in 2014.

German newspaper Der Tagesspiegel gave her a glowing review on this concert at the Berliner Philharmonie under Joshua Weilerstein, writing: “She compels the listener even in the first measures of Dmitri Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1... With a tone of incessant, nuance-rich intensity, she opens our eyes to the inner drama of this piece [...] Simply genius!”

She has played her final exam with Prokofiev 2 violin concerto under Lahav Shani at the Konzerthaus Berlin, and later on performed with conductors such as Andrew Litton, Pierre Bleuse among others, orchestras such as Liverpool Philharmonic, Strasbourg Philharmonic, Shenzhen Symphony, Shanghai Symphony, Hamburger Symphoniker, Orchestre National d’Ile de France, having performed at the venues like KKL Lucerne, Tokyo International Forum, Kioi Hall, Bundestag Berlin, Presidential Palace Bellevue, HerkulesSaal Munich.

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After the victory at the legendary International Competition Grand Prix Jaques Thibaud in Paris 2018, the career of Ukrainian-German violinist Diana Tishchenko is developing promptly.
The recent collaborations with Ivan Fischer and François Xavier-Roth, Fabian Gabel include the debuts with Budapest Festival Orchestra, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Gürzenich Orchestra at the Philharmonie Cologne, a tour with Kyiv Symphony include appearances at the leading German halls such as Berliner Philharmonie, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Konzerthaus Berlin and Boulez Saal. As well as the appearance at the gathering of the G7 in Germany 2022, performing the “Ghost” trio by Beethoven.
The long lasting collaboration with the oboist Albrecht Mayer has brought her to the Christmas project by record label Deutsche Grammophone, performing the famous aria by Bach “Erbarme Dich..”. Among others, the concert with the WDR Funkhaus Orchestra and Vienna Symphony Orchestra at the Stephan’s Dom.

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During the studies at Berlin’s Hanns Eisler Hochschule für Musik, Diana has made her debut with Deutsche Symphony Orchestra already in 2014.
German newspaper Der Tagesspiegel gave her a glowing review on this concert at the Berliner Philharmonie under Joshua Weilerstein, writing: “She compels the listener even in the first measures of Dmitri Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1... With a tone of incessant, nuance-rich intensity, she opens our eyes to the inner drama of this piece [...] Simply genius!”
She has played her final exam with Prokofiev 2 violin concerto under Lahav Shani at the Konzerthaus Berlin, and later on performed with conductors such as Andrew Litton, Pierre Bleuse among others, orchestras such as Liverpool Philharmonic, Strasbourg Philharmonic, Shenzhen Symphony, Shanghai Symphony, Hamburger Symphoniker, Orchestre National d’Ile de France, having performed at the venues like KKL Lucerne, Tokyo International Forum, Kioi Hall, Bundestag Berlin, Presidential Palace Bellevue, HerkulesSaal Munich.

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At the “Chamber Music Connects the World", the renowned biennial celebration at the Kronberg Academy, she had been performing chamber music with artists such as Gidon Kremer, Steven Isserlis and Christian Tetzlaff. She had been enjoying the regular collaboration with the pianists José Gallardo, Kirill Kozlovski, and her album-partner Zoltán Fejérvári. As well as the collaboration with the Russian pianist Yulianna Avdeeva.

Her teachers and mentors had been her aunt Lydia Neal, Tamara Mukhina, Ulf Wallin, Boris Kuschnir, and pianists Rita Wagner. Ferenc Rados and Sir András Schiff.

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At the “Chamber Music Connects the World", the renowned biennial celebration at the Kronberg Academy, she had been performing chamber music with artists such as Gidon Kremer, Steven Isserlis and Christian Tetzlaff. She had been enjoying the regular collaboration with the pianists José Gallardo, Kirill Kozlovski, and her album-partner Zoltán Fejérvári. As well as the collaboration with the Russian pianist Yulianna Avdeeva.

Her teachers and mentors had been her aunt Lydia Neal, Tamara Mukhina, Ulf Wallin, Boris Kuschnir, and pianists Rita Wagner. Ferenc Rados and Sir András Schiff.

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