With temper and a sense of style

Marc received a fantastic review for his performance of Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto with the Sinfonieorchester Wuppertal:

Highlight, gleam, and center is the performance of Marc Bouchkov in Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto. Completely unimpressed by the degree of difficulty of his part he presents the great and beautiful idea with a focus on the full context. The way he exploits the big sound of his wonderful violin (Jean Baptiste Vuillaume, 1865) with great temper, a confident sense of style in every nuance, highly virtuoso and musically is just outstanding. His ravishing presentation leaves us perfectly happy. The applause did not stop. He played Bach as an encore. 

Read the full review here www.derwesten.de

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