Diana Tishchenko

violin

Born in the Ukraine, won 1st prize in the latest edition of the Long-Thibaud Competition in 2018. The artist has perviously won prizes in other international competitions, including the David Oistrakh International Violin Competition in Moscow, the Felix Mendelssohn Competition in Berlin, the Isaac Stern Competition in Shanghai and in the prestigious ARD Competition in Munich. These spectatcular achievements have opened the door to an impressive career. Diana Tischenko has been invited to work with many conductors, including Lahav Shani, Joshua Weilerstein, Yaron Traub, Ion Marin, Paolo Bartolameoli and Pascal Rophé. She has had an opportunity to perform with symphony orchestras in Shenzhen and Hamburg, with the Munich Chamber Orchestra and, most recently, with the Verbire Festival Chamber Orchestra. She performs regularly in philharmonic halls in Paris and Berlin and at prestigious festivals, including the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Salzburg, Gstaad, La Folle Journée in Nantes and at the Easter Festival in Aix-en-Provence. In upcoming seasons, Diana Tishchenko is booked to perform with the Orchestre National d’Ile-de-France, Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire and with the Philharmonic Orchestra in Strasburg. In 2014 she won 1st prize in the Chamber Music Competition in Lyon in the violin & piano duet category. In 2018 she joined the renowned Kronberg Academy. This provided her with opportunities to perform with Gidon Kremer, Steven Isserlis and Christian Tetzlaff.

Diana Tischenko was born in 1990. She began her musical education under the tutelage of Tamara Mukhina in the Lysenko Music School in Kiev. At the age of 18 she became the youngest violin soloist in the Vienna Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester. She refined her skills in the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin and at the Kunstuniversität in Graz. She was the assistant of her professor Ulf Wallin. She was also taught by such masters as Ferenc Rados, András Schiff, Gábor Tackac-Nagy and András Keller. Diana Tishchenko currently plays on an instrument made in 1754 by G. B. Guadagnini, on loan from the Anima Musica Foundation. The artist’s first album is scheduled for release in 2019 on the Erato/Warner Classic label.

 

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