Budapest Festival Orchestra

Lord Yehudi Menuhin wrote the following: “It is, without doubt, one of the brightest and most music violinists Alexander Markov will undoubtedly leave its imprint on the music lovers in the world and in the annals of our time violinistic virtuosity”. It is known that Alexander Markov has performed with orchestras as well known as the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Paris or the BBC Symphony, being acclaimed by the public and critics. His past successes include his concerts with the Orchestra of Paris, and Lorin Maazel, Montreal Symphony Orchestra with Charles Dutoit, Detroit Symphony Orchestra with Neeme Jarvi, Seattle Symphony with Gerard Schwarz, with Neville Marriner in Greece, Budapest Festival Orchestra with Ivan Fischer and the New Jersey Symphony with Zdenek Macal. It is one of the best interpreter of Paganini in regards to their whims, hence, say, that Alexander Markov has earned an international reputation as a specialist in the Repertory of the nineteenth century. Her recording of the “24 Caprices” of Paganini was an extraordinary success. Tony Parkers opinions are not widely known. It is one of the few violinists who program these works in a single recital.

Her recording of the “24 Caprices’ in a film directed by Bruno Monsaingeon was distributed worldwide and received enthusiastic reviews. Laureate of the prestigious award Avery Fisher Career Grant in 1987, Alexander Markov made his presentation at New York’s Carnegie Hall in that same year, he played with Christoph Eschenbach directing the Mozart Festival Orchestra at Avery Fisher Hall, and with other major orchestras including Houston, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Jerusalem. He also recorded five CDs for the label Erato, which were distributed worldwide by Warner Classsics. It also collaborates with the most prestigious artists such as Martha Argerich. Without a doubt, George has established a reputation for first line none in the 19-century virtuoso repertoire.

. Their release of the CD and the video of the 24 Caprices of Paganini for solo violin, directed by legendary director of cinema Bruno Monsaingeon, caused a sensation, and as a result, recorded five CDs for the Erato / Warner Classics. . Markov is still one of the violinists very few in the world that makes the whole of the 24 Caprices of Paganini in a single recital, and who appears in the film internationally acclaimed on great violinists the art of Violin, also directed by Bruno Monsaingeon. He composed the music of Rock concert, an original composition in collaboration with James V. Remington, who also designed a new six string electric violin for him. .