Rachel Kolly d'Alba

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There’s a colorful and superb repertoire that I love playing, from the romantic gems by Schumann or late romantic by Ysaÿe, to great 20th century classics such as Berg, Lutoslawski, Szymanovski, Bernstein... I also love working with composers and commissioning new works, and nothing is more exiting than the first reading of a newly written work.
Here are some of my repertoire for the next season! Feel free to contact my General Manager for requests and ideas!

Symphonic Repertoire for 2016/2017



Bartok
• Concerto No 1 Op. posth.
(studied with Schneeberger, 1st performer of the piece)
Berg
• Concerto "à la mémoire d'un ange" (1935)
• Concerto for violin and piano and wind orchestra
Bernstein
• Serenade for violin and orchestra (35’)
Brahms                                   
• Concerto in D Major
Bruch                                   
• Concerto in G min. op 26 No 1
Chausson                            
  • Poème op 25
Corigliano:
  • Concerto (from the red violin)
Dutilleux
  • Concerto
Gershwin-Courage
  • Fantasy on Porgy and Bess for violin and orchestra (24’)
Elgar
• Concerto Op 61
Fauré
• Violin Concerto (15’) + second mvt orchestrated by RK’d’A based on manuscript
Lutoslawski
• Partita for violin and orchestra (1984) (20’)
Ravel                                    
• Tzigane: Rapsodie de concert for violin and orchestra (can be played with Chausson Poeme)
Say
  • Concerto for violin and orchestra "1001 nights in a Harem"
Schumann
  • Concerto for violin and orchestra, in A minor
Sibelius
• Concerto
Szymanovski
• Concerto No 1 Op.35 (20’)
Tchaikovsky:
• Concerto in D Major
Ysaÿe
  • All poems for violin and orchestra

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