modern & baroque violin
Chouchane Siranossian plays on a Gagliano with a period set-up with terri c verve and unfailing good taste. […] Besides the evident intellectual curiosity of this French–Armenian violinist […] there’s much to admire in her rhythmic security and gently playful approach to the dance forms, especially in Rust’s Second Sonata, which is technically demanding and inventive in equal measure. […]
The Strad, March 2015
With incredible command over her bow, Chouchane Siranossian is a ne musician who expresses herself individually in spirited and warmly expressive performances. […]
Pizzicato, November 2014
February 1, 2018
After a year of celebrations of his seventieth birthday, including several recordings of orchestral music, Jos Van Immerseel returns to chamber music and the accompaniment of young talents, two absolute priorities for him. In Chouchane Siranossian he has found a worthy partner, as gifted on the modern violin as she is on the Baroque instrument, a pupil of Tibor Varga, then of Zakhar Bron, as well as a disciple of Reinhard Goebel, whose first recording, on the Oehms label, attracted great attention (winning a ‘Diapason Découverte’). Here it is the Baroque violinist who engages in dialogue with the harpsichord of Jos Van Immerseel in a Franco-Italian programme juxtaposing the music of the ‘Angel’ Leclair and the ‘Devil’ Locatelli, not forgetting Tartini’s famous ‘Devil’s Trill’ Sonata . . . Indeed, all this music is ‘devilishly’ difficult to play, but the Franco-Armenian violinist shows perfect mastery of it, combined with great inventiveness.
February 1, 2018
The new website of Chouchane Siranossian is launched. We are proud how it looks, I’m sure you will love it too. Please take a look around, link to us and enjoy browsing!
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March 25, 2017
In 2017, French violinist Chouchane Siranossian is a double Award winner of ICMA (International Classical Music Awards), for her CD L’ange et le diable with Jos van Immerseel and as Concertmaster of Ensemble Esperanza. Remy Franck made the following interview with her (more…)