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Every few generations or so a violinist appears who is so prodigiously gifted they immediately rise to become the brightest star in an already dazzling firmament. Tartini, Sarasate, Paganini, Kreisler, Oistrakh and Menuhin all left an indelible mark in the history of virtuoso violin playing. With a flawless technique, innate musicality, insightful interpretative skills and a palpable passion for performing, Yury Revich is surely destined to join the ranks of his illustrious predecessors.
Die Töne, die Revich seiner ‘Princess Aurora’ entlockt, sind einfach himmlisch, denn sein hochsensibles und stets von einem ernsthaften Ansatz geleitetes Interpretieren profitiert von diesem warmen, aufblühenden und sonoren Klang, der Revich heute schon zu einem der ganzen großen Geiger unserer Zeit macht und Vergleiche mit den Größten erlaubt
Vivaldi: Le Quattro Staggione; Revich has not only all the requisite virtuosic technical skills but a passion in his playing which reveals both innate artistry and profound musicality. Jonathan Sutherland, Bachtrack
Piazzolla: Four Seasons of Buenos Aires; The intensely lyrical “Invierno Porteño” was beautifully played with judicious use of vibrato, a warm cello-ish timbre and exceptional phrasing. Jonathan Sutherland, Bachtrack
Revich schloss auch den insgesamt recht aufschlussreichen Gesprachskonzertabend mit Zigeunerweisen von Sarasate wirkungsvoll ab und sicherte sich so entsprechenden Beifall; auch von Liana Issakadze selbst
The first concert by RNO and Pletnev in Saratov, featured young soloists - violinist Yury Revich, at 13 barely taller than the orchestra's music stands in a tuneful, lightweight concerto by arch-conservative Soviet composer Kabelevsky, played with secure technique and surprising confidence
Really shocked the audience young violinist Yury Revich. In his performance of "Basque Capriccio" Sarasate sounded drama, passion and courageous rigor. Brilliant playing a young performer, once again proved that in the world of music maturity comes not with age, and responds to the depth of feelings
The Hungarian Bolero performed by 8-year-old Yury Revich, representing the International Charitable Fund of Vladimir Spivakov, plunged all the guests into a state of stupor with delight
This is certainly an enriching manner to discover music from the cousins Andreas and Bernhard Romberg. While the orchestra’s playing could be a bit more dynamic, the soloists are impressive, Yuri Revich certainly more that Lionel Cottet, since this young Russian virtuoso shows in the Concerto as well as in the Sonata a highly developed and responsible musicality.
He is definitely a musician to be watched out.
Yury Revich subdued the public with "Gypsy Airs" by Sarasate. At intermission, viewers were not given passes to Yuri-shook had, thanked and asked to leave the autograph on the program ...
Corriere della Sera about La Scala debut. Nel Concerto per violino di Ciajkovskij, il solista, Yury Revich, 22 anni, la induce a toni più sfumati: lega i due temi del primo Allegro come pagine di un unico diario interiore, il canto pallido e puro che si prolunga nel dolente sol minore della Canzonetta; leggero e volante anche nel funambolico bis, Recitativo e Scherzo-Caprice di Fritz Kreisler.
...especially refined and supple playing of Yury Revich...
...full-blooded authority, fleet-fingered dexterity, innate musicality and substantial accuracy…
He's only in his early twenties, but is already regarded as a young Paganini. This is the violinist Yury Revich
...and public was touched by sincerety and musicality of Yury Revich.
...Yury Revich's persuasive reading of Andreas's grave yet agile Sonata No 3 for solo violin...
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