Hélène Schmitt, far from the influence of trends or the lure of the media, affirms her career as a soloist and her artistic choices which are the product of her marked eclecticism and reveal her staunch desire to support a variety of repertoires, even those relegated to oblivion. An enthusiast of Germanic and Italian culture, with her recordings, the violinist has devoted her talents not only to J-S Bach but also Nicola Matteis, Ignazio Albertini, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer and the 'Sonates du Rosaire' by Biber; without ignoring Mozart, Beethoven or Mendelssohn. Hélène Schmitt is passionate about the solo violin repertoire and has recorded eleven albums as a soloist, including eight for the Alpha label, all winning acclaim and awards from critics throughout the world. On her new release, she explores works by Florentine Mulsant and Johann Georg Pisendel.
Hélène Schmitt, far from the influence of trends or the lure of the media, affirms her career as a soloist and her artistic choices which are the product of her marked eclecticism and reveal her staunch desire to support a variety of repertoires, even those relegated to oblivion. An enthusiast of Germanic and Italian culture, with her recordings, the violinist has devoted her talents not only to J-S Bach but also Nicola Matteis, Ignazio Albertini, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer and the 'Sonates du Rosaire' by Biber; without ignoring Mozart, Beethoven or Mendelssohn. Hélène Schmitt is passionate about the solo violin repertoire and has recorded eleven albums as a soloist, including eight for the Alpha label, all winning acclaim and awards from critics throughout the world. On her new release, she explores works by Florentine Mulsant and Johann Georg Pisendel.
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Label: MAGUELONE
Rel. Date: 12/13/2019
UPC: 3770003584087

Sonates Violon Seul
Artist: Helene Schmitt
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Hélène Schmitt, far from the influence of trends or the lure of the media, affirms her career as a soloist and her artistic choices which are the product of her marked eclecticism and reveal her staunch desire to support a variety of repertoires, even those relegated to oblivion. An enthusiast of Germanic and Italian culture, with her recordings, the violinist has devoted her talents not only to J-S Bach but also Nicola Matteis, Ignazio Albertini, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer and the 'Sonates du Rosaire' by Biber; without ignoring Mozart, Beethoven or Mendelssohn. Hélène Schmitt is passionate about the solo violin repertoire and has recorded eleven albums as a soloist, including eight for the Alpha label, all winning acclaim and awards from critics throughout the world. On her new release, she explores works by Florentine Mulsant and Johann Georg Pisendel.