“D’Melon and Feddeck fascinate audience with electrifying Tchaikovsky” – Francisco Martínez, Bachtrack

” It was the first time I had heard Ellinor D’Melon and the impression could not have been better. At twenty, she has already forged an important career and has revealed herself as a unique artist, with great communication skills and impeccable technique. Her version of this concerto was sung with an intensity, a peculiar sense of rubato and expression that he sometimes recalled in the ways of some early 20th century violinists (such as Elman or Kreisler). Her personal vision of form, phrasing and agogic, truly admirable, created moments of great beauty and emotion. This concert has revealed a young and great violinist, who will have to be followed and listened to in various repertoires.” – Francisco Martínez, Bachtrack

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