Kid prodigy, competition champion, major recording musician, and international superstar from the concert stage, Vadim Repin is actually among the leading violinists of his generation. He holds all the qualifications of superstardom: he provides used world-class orchestras and main conductors like Levine, Rattle, Muti, Rostropovich, Chailly, and Dutoit and collaborated in recital with Kissin, Argerich, Pletnev, Berezovsky, Bashmet, and many more. Moreover, he provides recorded for main brands like DG, Erato, Philips, Warner Classics, and EuroArts, turning out regularly acclaimed performances in a number of repertory from Mozart, Beethoven, Paganini, Brahms, and Tchaikovsky to Sibelius, Ravel, Prokofiev, Bartók, Shostakovich, and contemporaries like John Adams and Sofia Gubaidulina. Repin offers achieved all of this despite the look at he is an easy participant, a violinist who shows few, if any mannerisms in his design. Not really that his technique isn’t on screen in concert; Repin is recognized as among the finest players of bravura music of his period, as his shows and recordings from the Paganini Caprices and concertos by Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and Bartók will attest. Vadim Repin was created in Novosibirsk, Russia, on August 31, 1971. He started playing the violin at age five, and half a year later offered his 1st public overall performance. He became students of Zakhar Bron in Novosibirsk at seven. That same 12 months Repin made an appearance with an orchestra, and 2 yrs later on captured first reward in the Poznan-based Wieniawski Competition. Repin vaulted to worldwide prominence when he received the 1989 Queen Elizabeth Competition at age 17, producing him the youngest champion of the function ever sold. By this time around he had currently given his main debuts in Japan as well as the U.K. (both 1987), and quickly he relocated towards the U.K. Through the entire 1990s Repin toured European countries, Asia, as well as the Americas, showing up with main orchestras and providing high-profile recitals. Repin produced nine recordings for Melodiya within the 1980s (his 1st when he was 14!), but his first recording to get worldwide interest was a 1990 disk of sonatas by J.S. Bach and Brahms, currently available on MCA. Pursuing trips of Japan and Amsterdam in 1994-1995, Repin documented the Prokofiev sonatas with pianist Berezovsky in 1995 for Erato. On the following 10 years Erato would concern greater than a half-dozen extra recordings by Repin. In 2005 Repin agreed upon with Deutsche Grammophon, the label for whom he provides since made the majority of his recordings. His recordings possess won several honours, including a 2011 BBC Music prize for his documenting of Grieg, Janácek, and Franck sonatas with Nikolai Lugansky.