09.09.2010

Eva Ingolf performs at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

Eva Ingolf comes from a leading musical family in Iceland. She began violin studies at a very young age, gaining early recognition for outstanding musical talent, including the beautiful tone and artistic interpretation of her playing.

After studying at the Conservatory of Reykjavík for 6 years, Eva left Iceland to study with some of Europe’s finest violin pedagogues. Her playing has been greatly influenced by the spirit of the Russian and East-European violin schools. At the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, she was a student of Prof. Leon-Ara, followed by studies with Prof. Corrado Romano at the Conservatory of Geneva and Prof. Istvan Parkanyi at the Sweelink Conservatory in Amsterdam. During these years she won many awards, as well as scholarships to study with world renowned pedagogues such as Stephan Gheorghiu, Victor Pikaizen, Zachar Bron and Tibor Varga.

Throughout her career, Eva has given numerous solo recitals in well-known concert halls in Iceland, Japan, United States, Russia and Europe, including the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and the Trinity Church in New York City and the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., receiving high acclaim from music critics as well as the general public.

She has released two highly-regarded CDs on the Japis label, with the third one to be issued in 2010. Eva has also recorded for the Icelandic State Radio. In 1995-1996, she undertook studies in composition, conducting and orchestration at Harvard University.

The program for the concert at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall: 

Partita No. 2 in D minor                                                            Johan Sebastian Bach                        

Abba-labba-lá                                                                          Friðrik Bjarnason                                                                  (Icelandic folk song)                                                                  (arr. for solo violin by Eva Ingolf) 

Tango Etude No. 3                                                                  Astor Pantaleón Piazzola        





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