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Vadim Gluzman (Violin soloist)

Vadim Gluzman is a world leader in contemporary violin performance. The musician was born in Ukraine in 1973, and has lived in Israel since 1990. He studied violin in Russia under Zakhar Bron, in Israel under Yair Kless and in the USA under Arkady Fomin, Dorothy DeLay and Masao Kawasaki. Under the latter two teachers he studied at the Juilliard School in New York. Early in his career the young musician received influential support from Isaac Stern. In 1994 Vadim Gluzman was awarded the prestigious Henryk Szeryng Foundation Prize.
The musician regularly appears with the world’s leading orchestras, among them the London Symphony, the London Philharmonic, the Israel Philharmonic, the Czech Philharmonic, the Chicago, Philadelphia, Cleveland and San Francisco Symphony Orchestras, Leipzig’s Gewandhausorchester and the NHK (Tokyo) and KBS (Seoul) Symphony Orchestras. On an annual basis he appears with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia in Moscow.
Vadim Gluzman has collaborated with such internationally acclaimed conductors as Yehudi Menuhin, Neeme Jдrvi, Michael Tilson Thomas, Andrew Litton, Marek Janowski, Paavo Jдrvi, Rafael Frьhbeck de Burgos, Itzhak Perlman, Hannu Lintu, Yan Pascal Tortelier, Claus Peter Flor, James Gaffigan, Peter Oundjian, Vasily Sinaisky, Vladimir Spivakov, Dmitrij Kitajenko, Mikhail Jurowski and Tugan Sokhiev among others.
Gluzman is a welcome guest at prestigious music festivals in Verbier, Ravinia, Colmar, Jerusalem, the BBC Proms in London, the Pablo Casals de Prades Festival and the Festival of Radio France in Montpellier. The musician frequently appears in duets with his wife, the pianist Angela Yoffe. Since 2010 the couple have run their own chamber music festival North Shore in Illinois.
The musician’s engagements for the 2014–2015 season include debuts with the Berliner Philharmoniker, the Cleveland Orchestra (Prokofiev’s Second Violin Concerto under Tugan Sokhiev), the Orchestre National de France, the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra and the National Orchestra of Belgium in addition to appearances with the philharmonic orchestras of Dresden and Seoul, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (Edinburgh Festival), the Philharmonie Dresden, the chamber ensembles Moscow Virtuosi and I Musici de Montrйal and recitals in Paris, Geneva, St Petersburg and Hamburg.
This season Vadim Gluzman will also continue his collaboration with the chamber orchestra ProMusica (Columbus, Ohio) as Principal Guest Artist.
Vadim Gluzman is a dedicated supporter of music by contemporary composers, among them Arvo Pдrt, Pзteris Vasks, Lera Auerbach, Giya Kancheli, Michael Daugherty, Sofia Gubaidulina, Menachem Wiesenberg and Richard Rodney Bennett. Recently he performed the premieres of Michael Daugherty’s violin concerto Fire and Blood (with the London Symphony Orchestra under Kristjan Jдrvi) and Balys Dvarionas’ Violin Concerto (with the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Thomas Sanderling).
The musician has an exclusive recording contract with Sweden’s BIS Records. His recordings have received Diapason d’Or and Choc prizes, and on numerous occasions have been named “Disc of the Month” by the magazines Gramophone, Classica, BBC Music Magazine, Classic FM and The Strad. Journalists have compared Gluzman’s performances to interpreters of the violin’s “golden age” such as Fritz Kreisler and David Oistrakh. Gluzman recently recorded an album of music by Prokofiev including two sonatas by the composer and a transcription of music from the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
Vadim Gluzman performs a 1690 violin crafted by Antonio Stradivari that previously belonged to Leopold Auer, presented to him by the Stradivari Society in Chicago.

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