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Natalia Prischepenko
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°1973
Russian Federation
violin
Biography
Natalia Prischepenko was born into a family of musicians in Siberia. At the age of seven, she began to learn the violin, taught by her mother, who is still her closest adviser. In 1989, she moved to the Musikhochschule in Lübeck, where she finished her studies under David Geringas. She won the Paganini Competition in 1990 and the Tokyo Violin Competition in 1992. The following year, she was a laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition. Encounters with artists such as W. Levin, A. Brendel, and the members of the Juilliard String Quartet, the Alban Berg Quartett, and the Emerson Quartet introduced Natalia Prischepenko to the world of chamber music. From 1994 to 2012, she was a member of the renowned Artemis Quartet, with which she won the ARD and Paolo Borciani competitions and made recordings of the Beethoven quartets that won the Grand Prix de l’Académie Charles Cros. She has also had fruitful contact with composers such as G. Kurtág, J. Widmann, L. Nono, and G. Ligeti and with artists such as S. Meyer, E. Leonskaja, J. Banse, L.O. Andsnes, T. Mørk, T. Kakuska, and V. Erben. A professor at the Hochschule für Musik in Dresden, she regularly gives masterclasses. She has made many recordings for Virgin Classics/EMI, for which she has received awards such as the Gramophone Award, the Diapason d’Or, and the ECHO Klassik.
Activities
ActivityFunction
Final violin 2019Member of the jury
Semi-final violin 2019Member of the jury
First round violin 2019Member of the jury
VIOLIN 2019Member of the jury
Video preselection violin 2019Member of the jury
Final violin 2015Member of the jury
Semi-final violin 2015Member of the jury
First round violin 2015Member of the jury
VIOLIN 2015Member of the jury
Final violin 2012Member of the jury
Semi-final violin 2012Member of the jury
First round violin 2012Member of the jury
VIOLIN 2012Member of the jury
Laureates' concert violin 1993Soloist
Final 1993: Natalia PrischepenkoSoloist
Semi-final 1993: Natalia PrischepenkoSoloist
VIOLIN 1993Fifth Prize
Audio
Laureates' concert violin 1993
Max Bruch : Concerto n. 1 in G minor op. 26
Final 1993: Natalia Prischepenko
Piet Swerts : Zodiac (Ephemeris for violin and orchestra) op. 2
Final 1993: Natalia Prischepenko
Ludwig van Beethoven : Sonata n. 3 in E flat major op. 12/3
Final 1993: Natalia Prischepenko
Pyotr Tchaikovsky : Concerto in D major op. 35
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