After the victory at the legendary International Competition Grand Prix Jaques Thibaud in Paris 2018, the career of Ukrainian-German violinist Diana Tishchenko is developing promptly.
The European Concert Hall Organization named her the Rising Star of the 22/23. The award has brought Diana to the most celebrated concert halls in Europe including the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Philharmonie de Paris, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Konzerthaus Vienna, Konserthuset Stockholm, Barbican London, Müpa Budapest, Megaron Athens, Philharmonie Cologne, Gulbenkian Foundation Lisbon, Casa da Musica Porto, Bozar Brussels and Birmingham Symphony Hall.
Diana’s debut album was released on Warner Classics, to universal critical acclaim. Entitled Strangers in PARadISe, BBC Music Magazine awarded the album five stars.
The recent collaborations with Ivan Fischer and François Xavier-Roth include the debuts with Budapest Festival Orchestra, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Gürzenich Orchestra at the Philharmonie Cologne, a tour with Kyiv Symphony include appearances at the leading German halls such as Berliner Philharmonie, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Konzerthaus Berlin and Boulez Saal.
Among the most recent video productions are the projects with Deutsche Grammophone, performing the famous aria by Bach “Erbarme Dich..” with Albrecht Mayer, the concert with the WDR Funkhaus Orchestra and Vienna Symphony Orchestra from the Stephan’s Dom.
In 2022 Diana took part in the environmental project “The uncertain Four Seasons” by the World Human Forum, where she has performed Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with EUYO live on channel ARTE, streamed worldwide. The project has been awarded as the best filmed concert 2022 at the “Prague Film Festival”. The concert is being broadcasted at the venues like European Parliament Brussels, UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, Elisabeth Church in Berlin since.
Diana Tishchenko plays the violin by the Italian luthier Antonio Stradivari (XVll Century, Cremona)
Auftritte in der Spielzeit 2023/2024:
- 11. Philharmonisches Konzert · Mi. 5. / Do. 6. Juni 2024
Foto: Anastasia Vodchenko