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Simone Lamsma stuns audiences and critics in New York Philharmonic debut

New York Times : “…..brilliant debut…..”

New Criterion: “…..I have never heard the piece better represented…..”
“…..Lamsma is obviously a higher kind of professional…..”

Press-Music.com : ”….. It was clear that the piece had become a part of her, and that with her playing, she was sharing her own heart through the music…..”

Classical Source: “…..stunning…..”

Oberon’s Grove : “…..one of the most exciting concerts in recent memory…..”
“…..Hopefully, the Maestro has had a contract drawn up to bring Ms. Lamsma back…season after season…..”

Bachtrack:…..Lamsma is not a household name here in America but her deep sense of commitment…..may well make her one…..”

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New York Times review

By Anthony Tommasini
Photo by Chris Lee @chrisleephotonyc

New York Philharmonic
Jaap van Zweden

“Simone Lamsma made a brilliant Philharmonic debut in Britten’s Violin Concerto.”

“…..Ms. Lamsma, played splendidly, with crisp clarity and brightly radiant sound, conveying both the rhapsodic fervor and intriguing pensiveness of the music.”

Full review

New video: C.Saint-Saëns –
Violin Concerto no.3
in B minor op.61

Les Siècles
François–Xavier Roth, conductor
Simone Lamsma, violin

Enescu Festival
Atheneum, Bucharest – 19 September 2017

C.Saint-Saëns –
Violin Concerto no.3 in B minor op.61
Encore: E.Ysaÿe –
Sonata no.3 op.27 ‘Ballade’

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the Enescu Festival and TVR
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