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Solomiya Ivakhiv


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    Hutsul Triptych (Arr. for Violin & Piano): II. Dance - Myroslav SkorykAngelina Gadeliya
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    Hutsul Triptych (Arr. for Violin & Piano): I. Allegretto - Myroslav SkorykAngelina Gadeliya
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    2 Pieces, Op. 4bis: No. 1. Dreams - Viktor Stepanovych KosenkoAngelina Gadeliya
Violinist SOLOMIYA IVAKHIV has quickly earned a reputation for performing with “distinctive charm and subtle profundity” (Daily Freeman, New York) and a “crystal clear and noble sound” (Culture and Life, Ukraine).
She has performed at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, CBC Glenn Gould Studio, Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts and the Tchaikovsky Hall in Kyiv, in addition to making solo appearances with the Istanbul State Symphony, Charleston Symphony, Henderson Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Hunan Symphony Orchestra in China. She has premiered numerous new works for violin by composers Eli Marshall, David Ludwig, John B. Hedges, Bohdan Kryvopust, Yevhen Stankovych, and Oleksandr Shchetynsky and David Dzubay. Ms. Ivakhiv has been featured at many prestigious chamber music festivals, including Tanglewood, The Embassy Series, Ottawa Chamberfest, Newport Music Festival, Nevada Chamber Music Fest, Bach Festival of Philadelphia, The Banff Centre and Ottawa Chamber Fest (Canada); Musique de Chambre à Giverny (France), Prussia Cove Open Chamber Music (England), Kammermusik Bodensee (Switzerland); AlpenKammerMusik (Austria), Modern Music "Contrasts" and KyivFest (Ukraine). Her latest album, Ukraine–Journey To Freedom, released on Labor Records with NAXOS of America, has been featured among the top 4 new classical albums on iTunes.


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