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After several recordings with Anima Eterna and Jos Van Immerseel, the French violinist Chouchane Siranossian tackles a programme of extremely virtuosic concertos that few Baroque violinists dare to face. Thanks to her technical gifts and to partners ideally suited to this repertory – the Venice Baroque Orchestra and its conductor Andrea Marcon, a specialist in the Italian Baroque style – she takes up the challenge with brio. This album is released to coincide with the 250th anniversary of Tartini’s death in 2020. Of special interest is a completely unknown and unpublished concerto in G major, the manuscript of which was recently found by the musicologist Margherita Canale.

5 Diapason award Choc Classica award Presto Classical Editor's Choice award

"Playing with “diabolical” virtuosity and a rich, expressive palette in the aria-like slow movements. Superb."
The Sunday Times
"The Concerto in G minor is a first recording, a discovery edited by the musicologist Marguerita Canale, and very appealing it is too. This issue, released to coincide with the 250th anniversary of Tartini’s death in 2020, is a worthy tribute."
MusicWeb International
"here is a rewarding disc with an important new addition. Siranossian is an accomplished violinist who stylishly and unaffectedly responds to the lyrical character of slow movements, if on occasion a little too weightily partnered in the outer movements by the strings of the Venice Baroque Orchestra under its director Andrea Marcon."
BBC Music Magazine