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VIDEOS:

Rachmaninov Vocalise

Grieg Sonata No.3

Tchaikovsky Scherzo

IN THE PRESS:

"through a bunch of various musical works, lyrical, charming, elegant or virtuosos, the two musicians are giving wholehearedly, with  commitment and expressiveness all the very substance of those pieces .."
Michel Le Naour Classica / March 2015

"they are full of talent, their virtuosity is breathtaking"

La Provence /Septembre 2015

NEXT CONCERTS:

28th Apr 2016: Concert in Philharmonie de Liege, Belgium
4th Aug 2016: Festival Les Musicales du Luberon

FOR CONCERT INQUIRIES: contact@irinalankova.com

PROGRAMMES

Programme Virtuose & romantique
Franck Sonate en La majeur
Glazunov "Adagio" de ballet "Raymonda"
Saint Saëns " Intodiction et Rondo Capriccioso" Op.28

Programme Caprice
Tchaikovsky Souvenir d'un lieu cher Op.42
Grieg sonate No.3
Saint Saëns "Introduction et Rondo Capriccioso"
Paganini-Pilati "Caprice n 24

Programme Russe
Gubaidulina « Danseur sur la corde »
Prokofiev  Sonate No.2
Glazunov "Adagio" de ballet "Raymonda"
Rachmaninov Vocalise

Duet Tatiana Samouil & Irina Lankova

United by the search of authentic musical expression and beautiful sound, violinist Tatiana Samouil and pianist Irina Lankova have played together since 2013.

The winning combination of two Russian vitouoso artists, brought immediate attention of the critics and producers.

First recording have already been made in December 2013 in Paris (Indesens Records)

CD

FIRST CD released in January 2015 à Paris, Records Indesens. Programme:

Fritz Kreisler Prelude et Allegro, Caprice Viennois, Liebesfreud, Liebesleid, Schön Rosemarin

Nicolo Paganini - Caprice No. 24 arrangement violin/piano Pilatti - 1st world recording

Pablo de Sarasate - Fantasy after Bizet's opera "Carmen" op.25

Camille Saint-Saëns - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso Op. 28

Piotr Ylich Tchaikovsky - Souvenir d’un lieu cher Op.42


(p) & © indésens records 2014

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BIOGRAPHIES

TATIANA SAMOUIL was born in St. Petersburg. She took up the violin at the age of six and made her solo debut with the orchestra three years later. Tatiana graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Royal Conservatory

of Brussels and Madrid's Queen Sofía College of Music. Tatiana Samouil is a winner of world’s most prestigious competitions: Tchaikovsky, Queen Elizabeth, Jean Sibelius, Henry Vieuxtemps, Tenuto, as well as numerous prizes at the Michael Hill. She performed as soloist with many orchestras, Russian National Orchestra, St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, National Orchestra of Belgium, Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Toulouse Chamber Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa. Her numerous recordings for Sony, Cypres and Indesens received excellent reviews.

Tatiana Samouil plays a 1714 Stradivarius, once owned by the legendary Fritz Kreisler.

IRINA LANKOVA was born in Russia. She graduated from Gnessin Music School in Moscow and from Brussels’ Royal Conservatory, she studied with great pianists such as Lev Naumov, Vladimir Tropp, Evgeny Moguilevsky and Vladimir Ashkenazy.

Irina Lankova performs in most prestigious concert halls such as Wigmore Hall in London, Flagey in Brussels, Salle Gaveau in Paris, Französischer Dom in Berlin and Cidades das Artes in Rio. She is invited to play in many international festivals: Beloeil, Classissimo and Musique 3 in Belgium, Fortissimo in Orleans, Académie d’Eté de Nice, Festival of Yuri Bashmet, Berlin Festival and Sagra Musicale Umbria.

In 2008, Irina Lankova was invited to join the worldwide piano elite ‘Steinway Artists’.
Irina Lankova recorded four awarded solo albums: Rachmaninov, Liszt, Scriabin, Chopin and Schubert.
Inspired by others arts and always in search for new ways of presenting the classical music, Irina Lankova develops personal multimedia projectsIrina Lankova is also producer of concerts in Belgium and France, she lectures on classical music and popularise it through various appearances and collaborations.