17-year-old Austrian virtuoso violinist Elisso Gogibedaschwili joins forces with the Russian pianist Maria Meerovitch. They are going to enchant their audience with a programme featuring Mozart, Brahms, Chausson, and Wieniawski.
PianoMaria studied at the Royal Antwerp Conservatory and upon graduating was invited to teach at the same institution. She subsequently won first prizes at several International Competitions (G.B.Viotti, Italy; Ch.Hennen, The Netherlands). She was invited to perform in Europe, the USA, Asia and South America, appearing in solo and chamber music recitals at famous halls including the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Cité de la Musique (Paris), Opera City Hall (Tokyo) and St.Petersburg Philharmonic Hall. Ms Meerovitch has appeared as soloist with many orchestras around the world, such as the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra and the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra.
- W.A. Mozart, Sonata in B-flat major K. 378 for Violin and Piano
- J. Brahms, Sonata in D-minor op 108 for Violin and Piano
- E. Chausson, Poème op 25 for violin and piano
- H. Wieniawski, Fantaise brillante sur Faust op 20 for violin and piano
ViolinBorn in 2000, the virtuoso Elisso Gogibedaschwili made her concerto debut in 2010, performing Bruch with the Arpeggione Orchestra of Hohenems. Thus began her swiftly developing career, throughout which her concerts have frequently been received with standing ovations. Her brilliant technique, mature tone and extraordinary musicianship have been critically acclaimed. Ms Gogibedaschwili’s solo engagements have taken her to Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Italy, France, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Turkey, USA, Canada, Georgia, Israel and Russia. Currently she is studying at the Bundesgymnasium in Feldkirch.