Mathilde Milwidsky violin,
Annie Yim piano
St Mary's Creative Space, Chester
Sergei Prokofiev: Five Melodies for Violin and Piano, Op 35b
Eugène Ysaÿe: Solo Violin Sonata in D minor, op. 27, no. 3, Ballade
Ludwig van Beethoven: Violin Sonata no. 4 in A minor, op. 23
Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata No. 1 for solo violin in G minor, BWV 1001
Niccolò Paganini: 24 Caprices for solo violin, op. 1, nos. 10, 15, & 24
Maurice Ravel: Violin Sonata no. 2 in G major
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Born in London in 1994, violinist Mathilde Milwidsky has been praised by The Strad (2017) for her "perfect intonation and beautiful shaping and colouring, comprehensively nailing each new stylistic and emotional universe as she went" as well as by the Ostfriesen Zeitung (2018) – “Milwidsky showed in the interplay with the pianist Thomas Hoppe a unique, rarely heard musical experience... that was sensational.” She has performed as a soloist at venues in the UK such as the Royal Festival Hall, the Wigmore Hall, Kings Place, St John's Smith Square, Cadogan Hall and the Royal Albert Hall as well as across Europe in Finland, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Greece, Spain, Ireland and Sweden.
She has been featured on Scala Radio as ‘One to Watch’, broadcast live as a soloist on BBC Radio 3 ‘In Tune’, Deutschlandfunk Kultur, Radio Swiss Classic, DR (Danish Radio), Yle Radio Suomi (Finnish National Radio), BBC Radio 4, Times Radio and Hessischer Rundfunk.
Mathilde’s debut CD for Toccata Classics with pianist Sam Haywood, comprising the world premiere of the three Sonatas for Violin and Piano by Agnes Zimmermann, was released in 2020 and has received widespread acclaim, including Mathilde being named Classical Music Magazine’s Artist of the Month and glowing reviews - “London-born violinist Mathilde Milwidsky is simply terrific, her tone, technique, and temperament the ideal mix and balance for these works. Five stars: I’d give it 10 if I could. This is one of those once-in-a-decade or more discoveries.” (Fanfare Magazine, US).