Anastasia Chebotareva
(violinist)
BIOGRAPHY
CAREER HISTORY:

Anastasia Chebotareva was born in Odessa, Ukraine. She started the violin at the age of five. Three years later, her exceptional talent was discovered by the famous professor Irina Bochkova, who was a student and follower of the legendary Yuri Yankelevich.

 

EDUCATION:

Anastasia finished the Moscow Central Music School (eleven classes) at the Moscow Conservatory named after P. I .Tchaikovsky (1996), and  graduated from the postgraduate courses at the same institution (1999), consistently following the traditional Russian Method.

The creative formation of the young musician was greatly influenced by meetings with outstanding musicians: Yehudi Menuhin, Isaac Stern, Mstislav Rostropovich (lessons and master classes), who distinguished Anastasia's unusual aptitude, made rapturous comments on her performances and forecast her brilliant musical future. The results of the efforts applied by the pedagogues were not awaited for long: Chebotareva was sixteen when she had her international debut with tours in Italy, UK, France and Germany. Anastasia became a soloist of the Moscow State Philharmonic when she was a second-year student of the Moscow Conservatory.

In addition to her touring activities, Anastasia Chebotareva also performs in charity concerts and conducts master classes in different countries; she is a member of international competition juries as well as a soloist of the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic. In 2004, she was named a Merited Artist of Russia.

Anastasia has taught the Russian Method at the Moscow Conservatory since 1999, and she was a visiting professor at the Kurashiki Sakuyo University in Japan from 2000 until 2007. Chebotareva takes a unique style of performing between Russia and Japan, as well as throughout the world.

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REPERTOIRE:

The wide-ranging repertoire of Anastasia Chebotareva includes about 40 concertos for violin with orchestra, numerous solo programs, works created in diverse epochs and styles.

 

 

MAJOR ARTISTIC WORKS:
TOURS:

Anastasia Chebotareva carries on a dynamic concert activity, makes tours in different continents and countries. The violin player's performances were of tremendous success in prestigious concert halls of the world: the Royal Albert Hall (London), Beethoven Hall (Berlin), Wiener Konzerthaus and Bruchnerhaus (Austria), Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space Hall, Suntory Hall (Tokyo), Osaka Symphony Hall (Osaka), Megaro Hall (Athens), Seoul Art Center Hall (Seoul), Melbourne Blackwood Hall (Melbourne), G.Verdi Hall (Milan), the Great Halls of the Moscow Conservatory and St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the St. George Hall of the Kremlin Palace, and many others.

Anastasia made recordings on TV and radio in Russia, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Australia, Spain, Japan, South-African Republic, Austria, USA and other countries.

She took part in the music for several dramas and shows such as Fuji Television's "Sonagi" (2002), and the main theme of NHK's daily drama "Hiiro no Kioku (Hero’s Memories)" in 2003.  In the Fuji Television's 45th anniversary drama "Violin Crossing the Strait", Anastasia appeared as a role of a violinist.

 

COLLABORATION:

Anastasia performs with world-famous conductors and appears as a soloist with the best Russian and international symphony and chamber orchestras, such as the Tchaikovsky State Academic Great Symphony Orchestra directed by Vladimir Fedoseev, the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic directed by Yuri Temirkanov, the Japan NHK Symphony Orchestra directed by Vladimir Ashkenasi, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra directed by Christoph Eberle, and many others.

CD AND DVD RECORDINGS: Anastasia has recorded a series of compact discs and a DVD that have become bestsellers.

2000 – "Carmen – Fantaisie"; collection of violin miniature masterpieces.

2001 – "Souvenir de Moscou’’; Russian violin music album.

2002 –  "Andaluza con passion"; Spanish virtuoso violin music album.

2002 – "Arco"; album of music to a Japanese motion-picture film recorded together with the Japan NHK Symphony Orchestra.

2003 – "Portrait de Fantaisie"; album of French violin music masterpieces.

2003 – P. Tchaikovsky and F. Mendelssohn Concertos with the Russian Symphony Orchestra.

2004 – "Tema D'amore Cinema Collection"; album of music to world-known motion-picture films.

2005 – “Valse de Fleur”; Russian violin music album.

2005 – "Zigeunerweisen ~ Romantic  Virtuoso";  album  recorded  with  the  Russian Symphony Orchestra.

2007 – "Anastasia Violin Best” (DVD).

 

According to information of such musical editions as "String", "Records Geijutsu", "Chopin", "Ongaku-no-Tomo", Anastasia's CDs enjoy great, unfailing popularity among classical music admirers with top places in ratings.

 

PRIZES AND AWARDS:

While being at school, Anastasia participated in the Paganini International Competition in Genoa (Italy) where she became a laureate. The Competition was followed with her successful tours in Europe and Asia. The next year brought a new victory to the artist: she became a laureate at the International Juventus Festival in France. In 1992, she won the First Prize and all Special Prizes at the International R. Lipizer Competition in Gorizia (Italy). The real great success came to her in 1994 when she became a top prizewinner of the 10th International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. In 2004, Anastasia was named a Merited Artist of the Russian Federation.

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

MASS MEDIA, COMMENTS:

The creative path of Anastasia Chebotareva is widely covered in foreign press; highly-competent musical critics write about her. Here are only some of the headings of newspaper articles:

"The Great Favorite", "Triumph of the Russian School", "Fabulous Anastasia", "Stratospheric  Russian Chebotareva", "Anastasia, whose Art is Worth Gold", etc.

 

 "Chebotareva is one of the most brilliant and talented representatives of the Russian Performance School." "Carriere della Sera" (Italy)

The violin player's talent is commented by famous musicians:

 "Anastasia Chebotareva is distinguished with a surprisingly beautiful sound and complete freedom of violin mastery. This is a gifted, deeply feeling and thinking musician with the bright, distinct individuality."

Viktor Tretiakov, Prof., USSR People's Artist

 "Performance of Anastasia Chebotareva captivates with exclusive poetry, delicate artistic sensibility, sparkling mastery and bright temperament." Yuri Bashmet, Prof., USSR People's Artist

Press-release

 

Anastasia Chebotareva – the top prizewinner of the X Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow, the world-famous violinist.

 

She has performed with great success in such prestigious concert halls as the Royal Albert Hall in London, Beethoven Hall in Berlin, Wiener Konzerthaus and Bruchnerhaus in Vienna, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space Hall, Osaka Symphony Hall in Osaka, Megaro Hall in Athena, Seoul Art Center Hall in Seoul, Melbourne Blackwood Hall in Melbourne, G. Verdi Hall in Milano, Big Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Big Hall of Philharmonic of St. Petersburg, St. George Hall of Moscow Kremlin Palace and others.

 

Geography of Anastasia’s tours is world-wide: Russia, USA, Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Japan, SAR, Australia and other countries.

 

Competent music critics write good words about Anastasia. Some newspaper headlines call her “Great Favorite”, “Triumph of Russian School”, “Magic Anastasia”, “Stratospheric Russian Chebotareva”, “ Anastasia whose skill is worth gold”, etc.

 

Reviews:

 

“Anastasia Chebotareva distinguishes herself with wonderfully nice sound and absolute freedom of skill in handling the violin. She is an extraordinary talented musician of colorful personality; a person of deep feeling and intellect”.

People’s Artist of USSR professor Victor Tretyakov

 

 

“The really amazing thing about Anastasia’s playing is her poetic grace, delicate sense of style, glittering mastery and bright temperament”.

People’s Artist of USSR professor Yuri Bashmet

 

“The tremendous success of Anastasia Chebotareva is composed of several components: the amazing beauty of sound, the innate feeling of music, profound musical education and unique charisma.”

- The New York Post

 

“Anastasia is no doubt the object of admiration in classical music world… They call her a heartbreaker “

-The Japan Times

 

“The performances of Anastasia Chebotareva are the most dazzling ones this season. People keep on remembering her emotionality and techniques for a long time.”

-The New York Times

 

“Chebotareva is worth comparing with the phenomena of Paganini delighting the admirers around the world”

-La Repubblica

 

“Synthesis of her charm, romantic temper and really amazing tone attracts new generation to the classical music”

-De Morgen

 

“A person of genius appears to be a rarity in the world of classical music, and Russian violinist Anastasia Chebotareva is the kind. She is magnificent and the audience really adores her meeting her with a storm of applause the moment she appears with her violin. Obviously beautiful Anastasia is one of the greatest soloists today”.

-Le Parisien

 

“Admiring observation of the phrasing, deep emotionality, brilliant skills and lightness of performing incredibly difficult compositions make Anastasia Chebotareva unmatched”.

-Die Presse

 

“Anastasia is famed for her smooth lyric cantabile and really wide repertoire.”

-La Stampa

 

“Anastasia Chebotareva is constant amazing us with her astonishing rendering technique.”

-Sueddeutsche Zeitung

 

“Her sound makes us dizzy with the fine timbre, precise intonations, elegant and impassioned style of performance.”

-Il Giornal

 

“Chebotareva is one of most brilliant and talented musicians of Russian performing school.

-Corriere della Sera

 

“We have to do with the virtuoso of the “Great Russian School”, the époque of the great David Oistrakh, as the technical skills of Chebotareva are really fantastic and her performance of Tchaikovsky’s opuses has no analogues in the world.”

-El Digital de Madrid

 

“Anastasia Chebotareva’s swift career growth has begun since her triumph at the X Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow. Her tours are scheduled up for several years ahead of time for Anastasia performs with the permanent success in most prestigious concert halls of the world.”

-Berliner Morgenpost

Video

Sarasate Carmen Fantasie  from live TV concert at Nagoya

Bach Bourree from Partita №1

Bartok Romanian Folk Dances

Paganini Caprice #1

Vivaldi The four seasons

Saint-Saens Habanera

Paganini-Kreisler La Campanella

Piazzolla Oblivion Tango 

Bach - Adagio

Two guitars 

Dark eyes  

Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1 

Wieniawski's Souvenir de Moscou 

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto,Tchaikovsky Competition 1994 

CD

DVD LIVE RECITAL OF ANASTASIA

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Carmen Fantasie

Sarasate: Zigunerweiser
Bazzini: The Round of Goblins
Bloch : "Nigun" Improvisation from "Baal Shem"
Kreisler : Walts "Liebeslied"
Wieniawski: Brillant Polonaise No.1
Massenet: Meditation from Opera "Thais"
Krol : Banjo and Violin
Tchaikovsky: Melodie No.3
Brahms : Hungarian Dance No.2
Sarasate: Carmen Fantasie
Ponce : Estrelita

Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Igor Poltavtsev(pf)

 

 

Andaluza con Pasion

Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjues -2mov.
Granados: "Andaluza" from "Danza Espanolas"
Falla : Suite Populaire Espagnole
Tarrega: Recuerdos de la Alhambra
Sarasate: Danza Espanolas
Sarasate: Caprice Basque
Falla : Danza Espanola No.1 from Opera "La vida breve"
Djobi Djoba
Bamboleo
Volare

Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Igor Poltavtsev(pf)
Dmitry Illarionov(guiter)
Quartet of the Russian so.

Launch: 2002. 4.24
<CD>King KICC373

Anastasia Portrait de Fantaisie

Faure: Siciienne
Faure: Apres un Reve
Saint-Saens: Introduction et rondo capriccioso
Faure: Les Berceaux
Ravel: Tzigane
Ravel: Piece en forme de habanera
Frank: Sonate pour violon et piano en la majeur
Saint-Saens: Le cygne



Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Poltavtsev(pf)

Launch: 2003. 4.23
<CD>King KICC401

Souvenir de Moscou

I met you
Two Guitars
Wieniawski: Souvenir de Moscou
Tchaikovsky: Valse Sentimentale
Tchaikovsky: Andante Cantabile
Tchaikovsky: Valse-Scherzo
Tchaikovsky: Souvenir d'un lieu Cher
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise
Dark Eyes
Polushko-Pole
AYA


Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Igor Poltavtsev(pf)
Dmitry Illarionov(guiter)
Quartet of the Russian so.

Launch: 2001. 4.25
<CD>King KICC350

Arco Taro Iwashiro with Anastasia

Iwashiro: Sacred Color
Iwashiro: Life must Go on
Iwashiro: Last Autumn Coming Down
Iwashiro: A Day in September
Iwashiro: A Trilogy of Scarlet
Iwashiro: Against the Light
Iwashiro: Against the Light
Iwashiro: Against the Shadow
Iwashiro: Prologue, Fuga and Epilogue on the theme of "Tammy in Love"

Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Iwashiro Tarou(pf & conductor)

Launch: 2002.12.25
<CD>King KICC391

Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major

Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major
Anastasia(vn), Anissimov - Russian so.
Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor
Anastasia(vn), Tkachenko - Russian so.



Launch: 2003. 8.27
<CD>King KICC420

Tema D'amore -Cinema Collection

From "Sunflower"
From "Vivre pour Vivre"
From "The Godfather"
From "Alfe"
From "Les Demoiselles de Rochefort"
From "The Deer Hunter"
From "Gone With The Wind"
From "Nuovo Cineema Paradiso"
From "Limelight"
From "The Wizard Of Oz"
From "The Lat Emperor"
From "The Sound Of Music"

Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Andrey Jeltnoke(pf)
Kubota Kunio(Guiter), Shiga Keio SQ.

Launch: 2004. 5.26
<CD> King KICC460

Anastasia Zigeunerweisen-Romantic Virtuoso

Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen
Massenet: Meditation from "Thais"
Saint-Saens: Havanaise
Kreisler: Liebesleid
Kreisler: Libesfreud
Beethoven: Romanze No.2
Sarasate: Fantaisie sur Carmen



Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Anissimov - Russian so.

Launch: 2005.12. 7
<CD> King KICC571

Anastasia Valse des Fleurs

Tchaikovsky: Valse des Fleurs
Rimsky-korasakov: Flight of the Bumble bee
Tchaikovsky: Grand dagio
Stravinsky: The Russian Dance
Tchaikovsky: Autumn song
Tchaikovsky: Trepak
Tchaikovsky: Valse
Prokofiev: Violin Sonata No.2



Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Peter Laul(pf)

Launch: 2005. 6.26
<CD> King KICC535

Best of Anastasia

Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen

Stravinsky: "The Russian Dance" from Petrushka

Tchaikovsky: Andante Cantabile
Tchaikovsky: Souvenir d'un lieu Cher
Tchaikovsky: Valse-Scherzo
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise

Wieniawski: Souvenir de Moscou op.6

Kreisler: Libesfreud
Kreisler: Liebesleid
Ravel: Piece en forme de habanera

Faure: Sicilienne op.78

Faure: Apres un reve

Massenet: Meditation from "Thais"

Sarasate: Fantaisie sur Carmen de Bizet op.25


Anastasia Chebotareva(vn)
Anissimov - Russian so.

Piter Laul, Piano

Igor Poltavtsev, Piano

Launch: 2011

Repertoire

Repertoire for violin and orchestra

 

Bach Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, BWV 1041

Bach Concerto No. 2 in E Major, BWV 1042

Bach Double Concerto in D Minor for 2 Violins, BWV 1043

Bach Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1056

Berg  Concerto “To the memory of an Angel”

Beethoven Concerto in D Major, Op. 61

Beethoven Romance in G Major, Op. 40

Beethoven Romance in F Major, Op. 50

Brahms Concerto in D Major, Op. 77

Brahms Double Concerto in A Minor for Violin and Cello, Op. 102

Bruch Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26

Bruch Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46

Chausson Poeme, Op. 25

Dvorak Concerto in A Minor, Op. 53

Dvorak Romance in F Minor, Op. 11

Elgar Concerto in B minor   

Erkin Concerto

Glazunov Concerto in A Minor, Op. 82

Goldmark Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 28

Shostakovich Concerto No. 1

Saint-Saens Concerto No. 3 in B Minor, Op. 61

Saint-Saens Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 28

Saint-Saens Havanaise, Op. 83

Sarasate Carmen Concert Fantasy, Op. 25

Sarasate Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20, No. 1 (Gypsy Airs)     

Sibelius Concerto in D Minor, Op. 47

Tchaikovsky Concerto in D, Op. 35

Tchaikovsky Serenade Melancolique, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Valse-scherzo in C major, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Meditation, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Scherzo, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Melodie, Op. 34

Tartini Concerto in D Minor

Katchaturian Concerto

Vivaldi Four Seasons  

Vieuxtemps Concerto No. 5 in A Minor, Op. 37

Lalo Symphonie Espagnole, Op. 21

Mendelssohn Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64

Mozart Concerto No. 3 in G Major, K. 216

Mozart Concerto No. 4 in D Major, K. 218

Mozart Concerto No. 5 in A Major, K. 219

Mozart Simfonia Concertante in E-flat K. 364

Massenet Meditation from Thais Opera 

Paganini Concerto No. 1 in D Major, Op. 6

Prokofiev Concerto No. 1 in D Major, Op. 19

Prokofiev Concerto No. 2 in G Minor

Etc...

 

 

Sonatas for violin and piano

 

Bach 6 Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin

Beethoven 10 Sonatas

Brahms Sonata No.1 in G Major Op. 78;

Brahms Sonata No.2 in A Major Op. 100;

Brahms Sonata No.3 in D Minor Op. 108;

Corelli Sonata Op.5 No.12 in D Minor "La Folia"

Dvorak Sonata  

Dvorak Sonatina in G, op.100      

Elgar Sonata in E minor       

Franck Sonata in A Major

Faure Sonatas Nos.1 and 2 

Grieg Sonata No.3     

Handel Sonata No.4   

Ravel Sonata     

Saint-Saens Sonata No.1, Op.75 

Schubert Duo Sonata Op.162      

Schubert Sonatinas No.1-3, Op. 127    

Schubert ‘Arpeggione’ Sonata      

Schumann Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2  

Shostakovich Sonata  

Tartini ‘Devil’s Trill’ Sonata in G Minor

Mozart Sonatas Nos. 1-19  

Mozart      

Sonata in E, K. 261;

Sonata in G, K. 301;

Sonata in E-flat, K. 302;

Sonata in E Minor, K. 304;

Sonata in A, K 305;

Sonata in F, K. 377;

Sonata in B-flat, K. 378;

Sonata in B-flat, K. 454

Ysaye Sonata no. 2 in a minor, Op. 27 for solo violin

Ysaye Sonata Op. 27 No. 3, "Ballade" for solo violin

Ysaye Sonata No 4 for solo violin

Debussy Sonata

Prokofiev Sonata No. 1 in F Minor Op. 80;

Prokofiev Sonata No. 2 in D Major Op. 94°

Etc...

 

 

Pieces for violin and piano

 

Albinoni Adagio in G minor

Bach Air on the G String

Bazzini La ronde des Lutins,

Bartok Romanian Folk Dances     

Beethoven Romance in G Major, Op. 40

Beethoven Romance in F Major, Op. 50

Beethoven Rondo in G

Bloch "Nigun" Improvisation from "Baal Shem"

Brahms Scherzo from ‘Sonatensatz’      

Brahms Hungarian Dance No.2 in D Minor

Brahms Hungarian Dance No.17 in F Minor   

Chausson Poeme, Op. 25

Dvorak Romantische Stücke, Opus 75

Dvorak Romance Op.11     

Dvorak Humoresque  

Debussy Beau Soir

Debussy Claire de Lune

Debussy La plus que lente

Elgar Salut d’Amour   

Faure Berceuse from ‘Dolly Suite’

Faure Siciienne

Faure Les Berceaux

Faure Apres un Reve

Falla-Kreisler Danza Espanola No.1 from Opera "La vida breve"

Falla Suite Populaire Espagnole

Fibich Poem      

Gershwin It Ain't Neccesarily So

Gershwin Summertime

Gluck Melodie from ‘Orfeo & Euridice’

Grieg Album Leaf from ‘Lyric Pieces’   

Granados-Kreisler "Andaluza" from "Danza Espanolas"

Katchaturian Sabre Dance

Kroll Banjo and Fiddle

Kreisler Recitative and Scherzo for solo violin

Kreisler Hymne au Soleil (R-Korsakov)

Kreisler Liebesfreud   

Kreisler Liebeslied               

Kreisler La Gitana

Kreisler March Viennoise Miniature

Kreisler Lotus Land (Scott)

Kreisler Tambourin Chinois 

Kreisler Schon Rosmarin

Kreisler 18th Variation (Rachmaninov)  

Massenet Elegie from ‘Les Erynnies’     

Massenet Meditation from Thais

Monti Czardas   

Mozart Rondo in C Major, K. 373

Mozart Rondo Concertant K.269 

Mendelssohn Sweet Remembrance

Milstein Paganiniana Variations for solo violin

Ravel Tzigane

Ravel Piece en forme de habanera

Rachmaninov Vocalise, Op.34 No.14   

Rachmaninov Danse Hongroise, Op.6 No.2   

Saint-Saens Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 28

Saint-Saens Havanaise, Op. 83

Saint-Saens Etude-Valse

Saint-Saens The Swan

Sarasate Carmen Concert Fantasy, Op. 25

Sarasate Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20, No. 1 (Gypsy Airs)     

Sarasate Zapateado (Gypsy Airs) 

Sarasate Caprice Basque

Sarasate Romanza Andaluza

Sarasate Malaguena

Sarasate Navarra for 2 violins and piano

Schubert Fantasie for Violin, Op.159    

Schubert Rondo Brilliant, Op.70   

Schubert Serenade     

Schubert Ave Maria   

Schumann Marchenbilder, Op.113        

Schumann Fantasiestucke, Op.73 

Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Op.70  

Stravinsky Suite Italienne     

Tchaikovsky Serenade Melancolique, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Valse-scherzo in C major, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Meditation, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Scherzo, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Melodie, Op. 34

Tchaikovsky Andante Cantabile

Tchaikovsky Valse Sentimentale

Tchaikovsky Transcriptions from “The Swan Lake” Ballet

Grand Adagio

Russian Dance

Valse , etc…

Tchaikovsky Transcriptions from “The Nut Cracker” Ballet

Russian Dance Trepak

Valse des Fleurs, etc…

Tchaikovsky Autumn song

Telemann Fantasias for solo violin

Tarrega Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Wieniawski Polonaise Brillante No.1 in D Major, Op.4

Wieniawski Romanze from the 2nd Concerto

Wieniawski Legende, Op.17        

Wieniawski Souvenir de Moscou

Vitali Chaconne

Verachini Largo

Paganini La Campanella, Op.7

Paganini Cantabile, Op.17 in D Major

Paganini Capriccio No.1 for solo violin

Ponce Estrellita

Prokofiev March from three oranges

Prokofiev Five Melodies, Op. 35 bis

Piazzolla "Oblivion" Tango

Russian folk song "Two Guitars"

Russian folk song "I met you”

Russian folk song "Dark Eyes"

Russian folk song "Polushko-Pole”

Rimsky-Korsakov: Flight of the Bumble bee

Rodrigues Concierto de Aranjues -2 mov.

Stravinsky The Russian Dance “Petroushka”

Etc…

 

 

Gipsy Kings:

 

Djobi Djoba

Bamboleo

Volare

 

 

Cinema Collection

 

From "Sunflower"

From "Vivre pour Vivre"

From "The Godfather"

From "Alfie"

From "Les Demoiselles de Rochefort"

From "The Deer Hunter"

From "Gone With The Wind"

From "Nuovo Cinema Paradiso"

From "Limelight"

From "The Wizard Of Oz"

From "The Last Emperor"

From "The Sound Of Music"

 

Iwashiro: Sacred Color

Iwashiro: Life must go on

Iwashiro: Last Autumn Coming Down

Iwashiro: A Day in September

Iwashiro: A Trilogy of Scarlet

Iwashiro: Against the Light

Iwashiro: Against the Shadow

Iwashiro: Prologue, Fuga and Epilogue on the theme of "Tammy in Love"

 

 

Trio, Quartet, Quintett

 

Brahms Trio in C Minor Op. 101

Borodin Second Quartet

Dvorak Quartet Op. 96 No. 6 "The American"

Khachaturian Clarinet Trio

Prokofiev Quartet

Ravel Trio in A Minor

Schubert Quintett Die Forelle

Stravinsky l'Histoire du Soldat

Tchaikovsky Trio in A Minor Op. 50

Contact us
 
Personal manager

 

Loghatskii Alexsandr

 

Tel:  8 495 201 40 73

 

info@anastasia-chebotareva.com

 

 

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