Happy 75th birthday to Armenian composer Tigran Mansurian! In his honour Patricia will give in 2014 the first performances of his violin concerto “Four serious songs”, as well as the “Romance” for violin and orchestra which Mansurian dedicated to her. In January performances are planned….

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The Bartók, Eötvös & Ligeti CD with ensemble modern, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra and conductor Peter Eötvös has been nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best Classical Instrumental Solo. The 56th Annual Grammy Awards will be held on January 26, 2014, at the….

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Patricia’s performance with the Philharmonia Orchestra and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy will be online for the coming week. This Russian programme included Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto and Tchaikovsky’s ‘Manfred’ Symphony. The ‘cadenza-encore’ Patricia gave after the Stravinsky concerto was a mosaique she put together “since Stravinsky didn’t….

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Gramophone unveiled today the 11 recordings which have beaten more than 800 new releases to win the 2013 Gramophone Classical Music Awards for best in their category. Celebrating its 90th anniversary year with a new-look, streamlined Awards format, Gramophone announces these for the first time….

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Patricia Kopatchinskaja is a prize winner of the 2013 Echo Klassik awards. Her CD with violin concertos by Bartók,  Ligeti and Eötvös won in the category “Concert Recording of the Year (20th/21st century music)/Violin. Repertoire featured on this CD includes three Hungarian violin concertos: Béla Bartók’s Second Violin Concerto,….

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