Vadim Repin


About Vadim Repin

Violinist Vadim Repin parlayed his experiences as a child prodigy and competition winner into a career as a major recording artist and international performing star. He is regarded as one of the leading violinists of his generation. Repin made his recording debut in 1995 with an album of Prokofiev sonatas, on which he was joined by another emerging virtuoso, Boris Berezovsky. Despite his reputation as a virtuoso, Repin has been an enthusiastic chamber music player, joining forces with such prestigious artists as pianists Martha Argerich and Nikolai Lugansky, the latter a regular partner. In 2010, he premiered and was the dedicatee of James MacMillan's violin concerto with the London Symphony under Valery Gergiev. He also plays a wide variety of Russian and French music. In 2021, he appeared on a Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig album of new works by Sofia Gubaidulina.

Novosibirsk, Russia
August 31, 1971

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