Violinist Ilya Gringolts created a feeling along with his 2002 saving of J.S. Bach’s functions for single violin (Partitas No. 1 no. 3 and Sonata No. 2). Explaining Gringolts’ performance of the works as amazing and effective, critics were especially impressed by his capability to transcend the solely technical hurdles and expose his listeners towards the infinite religious richness of Bach’s music for single violin. But there is certainly something uncanny and exclusive about the technique itself. As violinists and cellists understand, playing Bach can be an acrobatic encounter. Hearing Gringolts, nevertheless, one has got the unique feeling of guarantee and specialist: if, for some violinists, a Bach partita is certainly a fragile framework, the musical edifice that Gringolts builds appears as indestructible as a concept. Delivered in 1982 in Leningrad (today St. Petersburg), Gringolts started violin lessons in 1988, getting into the St. Petersburg Particular Music College two years afterwards. He positioned second in his initial nationwide competition in 1992, earning first award at a nationwide youngsters competition — and producing his debut with Moscow Symphony Orchestra — in 1994. The next year, Gringolts earned a prize on the Menuhin Competition in Britain and fulfilled the renowned violinist. Also in 1995, Gringolts produced his european orchestral debut, in Finland, executing Bruch’s Violin Concerto in G minimal. Laureate from the Wieniawski Junior Competition in 1997, Gringolts earned first prize on the Paganini Competition in 1998, getting the youngest violinist to ever achieve this honor. In 1999, Gringolts began dealing with Itzhak Perlman on the Juilliard College, continuing his research until 2002 when he produced his UNITED STATES debut using the Country wide Arts Center Orchestra in Ottawa. Gringolts instantly became a much-demanded soloist, writing the stage using the world’s most prominent conductors, including Daniel Barenboim, Kurt Masur, Zubin Mehta, and Mstislav Rostropovich. Gringolts frequently performs at Europe’s most recognized concert locations and celebrations. Having signed a special agreement with Deutsche Grammophon from 2001-2005, Gringolts initial discharge for the label was the Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich violin concertos. He provides since also made an appearance in the Hyperion label, using the music of Arensky and Taneyev; and on Onyx with chamber music by Schumann; and even more. His repertoire spans from Bach (he frequently runs on the Baroque device and bow for early music) to Maxwell Davies. Gringolts shows at Hochschule Basel, and in 2008 shaped the Gringolts String Quartet.