modern & baroque violin
June 14, 2023
“For this recording we have created an imaginary ‘battle of the bows’ between Vivaldi, Veracini, Tartini and Locatelli, the ‘four musketeers’ of the violin in Venice during the first half of the 18th century.”, remember Chouchane Siranossian and Andrea Marcon. (more…)
January 20, 2021
The Jury of the International Classical Music Awards announced the Awards for 2021. Tartini: Violin Concertos got the ICMA prize in the category Baroque Instrumental.
“Being a versatile musician, Chouchane Siranossian has achieved considerable success both in the standard classical repertoire and baroque music. This Tartini CD is a wonderful proof of both Siranossian’s distinguished artistry (more…)
February 17, 2020
Chouchane Siranossian tackles a programme of extremely virtuosic concertos that few Baroque violinists dare to face. Thanks to her technical gifts and to partners ideally suited to this repertory – the Venice Baroque Orchestra and its conductor Andrea Marcon, a specialist in the Italian Baroque style – she takes up the challenge with brio. This album is released to coincide with the 250th anniversary of Tartini’s death in 2020. Of special interest is a completely unknown and unpublished concerto in G major, the manuscript of which was recently found by the musicologist Margherita Canale.
January 17, 2019
The Jury of the International Classical Music Awards announced the Awards for 2019. In Time, Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto & Octet, got the ICMA prize in the category Assorted Programs.
“In these refreshing recordings, Chouchane Siranossian and her partners prove excellent Mendelssohn performers. (more…)
September 6, 2018
Chouchane Siranossian is a rising star of the baroque and classical violin, Jakob Lehmann a virtuoso violinist and orchestral director who frequently conducts Anima Eterna. Together, they embody what the Bruges orchestra and its founder, Jos van Immerseel, have decided to call the ‘Next Generation Anima Eterna’… Today they are presenting Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in its original version. (more…)
Chouchane Siranossian plays on a Gagliano with a period set-up with terrific 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 fine musician who expresses herself individually in spirited and warmly expressive performances. […]
Pizzicato, November 2014