Alexander Trostiansky





Music by V.Silvestrov, G.Ustvolskaya
A.Lubimov (piano), K.Rybakov (clarinet)

These are all magnificent performances, as one might expect from these three musicians, who regularly perform together as a trio, and their sound is superbly and rawly caught by ECMs recording. So as an anthology of key works in late- and post-Soviet chamber music this new disc is eminently recommendable.

Calum MacDonald, BBC Music Magazine


O. Dupin - Fantasia on Arias from "La Traviata"

"I Musici de Montreal"
Chamber Orchestra, Y.Turovsky cond.





J. N. Hummel
- Concerto for Piano and
   Violin in G major, op. 17
- Concerto for Violin

Russian Philharmonic Orchestra,
G.Rose cond.

"sparcling violin concerto, recorded here for the first time in a version completed by Gregory Rose, who leads the Russian Philharmonic in an impassioned rendition with soloist Alexander Trostiansky."

Anthony Holden about Hummel Violin Concerto recording
The Observer, 04/09/05



Alexander Trostiansky was involved in the project initiated by DOWANI for students of different levels. Idea of this project is recordings of main instructuve repertoire from Seitz and Rieding's Concertos to Mozart's Concertos and Vivaldi's Four Seasons made by high-level musicians.



Egan Records

V. Kikta - Sonata for Violin and Harp (World Premiere Recording)
C. Saint-Sans - Fantasie Op. 124
G. Rossini - Andante with Variations
T. Rajna - Suite
(World Premiere Recording)

Anna Verkholantseva, harp

"The two young Russians Trostiansky and Verkholantseva are equally brilliant, displaying a near-perfect balance of jow-dropping technique, heartfelt expressions, and flawless ensemble. With a musical maturity that belies their years, these two make the discs program sound natural, unforced, and refind. Trostianskys violin acts as an extension of his voice, with flawless intonation and a rich sound that both soars and simmers when either timbre is called for."

Darin Kelly , "The Harp Column" Magazine, USA



T. Hsiao - Concerto for Violin in F major, op. 50

"The soloist's line smiles, surges and yearns and is most effectively and sympathetically played by Alexander Trostiansky."

Rob Barnett












A. Arensky - Violin Concerto
   in A minor, op. 54

"I Musici de Montreal"
Chamber Orchestra, Y.Turovsky cond.

" travers les quatre mouvements s'echnant <> il s'est maintenu au mme niveau d'lgance, de justesse et de beaut sonore."

Claude Gingras about A.Arensky's Concerto performing,
"La Presse", Montral, Canada


A. Dvorak - Mazurka for Violin
  and Orchestra, op. 49

Russian Philharmonic Orchestra,
D.Yablonsky cond.















Vista Vera

O. Messiaen
- Quatuor pour la fin du temps
-Thme et Variations pour violon & piano

M.Parshina, piano
A.Zagorinsky, cello
T.Alumian, clarinet






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