Shostakovich - Symphony No. 9
Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 6
Conductor - Justin Doyle
Adelia Myslov was born in 1989 in St Petersburg, Russia, soon moving to England with her family, where she attended the Yehudi Menuhin School and Purcell School of Music, studying violin with Natasha Boyarsky and Felix Andrievsky. She has given solo performances in Queen Elizabeth Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall and Fairfield Halls; and has made music tours of France, Spain, Italy and Germany. She was the overall winner of the string section and finalist of the 2004 Tunbridge Wells International Competition, received the prize for ‘Best interpretation of Hungarian piece’ in the finals of 2008 Carl Flesch international violin competition in Hungary, and her performance of Bach’s Chaconne won her the 1st prize and Audience vote prize in North London’s international solo Bach Competition in 2009. She is also the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships beginning with the Manoug Parikian award at the age of fourteen, and has been featured in music magazines The Strad and Muse.
Adelia has played violin concertos by Bruch, Mendelssohn and Vivaldi with orchestras across England, is thrice alumnus of Keshet Eilon Violin Mastercourse, and has participated in masterclasses with legendary violinists Ida Haendal, Yehudi Menuhin, Edward Grach and Pinchas Zuckermann. Adelia is particularly interested in solo violin works by Bach and Ysaye, and this summer she performed Ysaye’s 2nd solo sonata ‘Dies Irae’ at the Wigmore Hall for the themed concert ‘Angels and Demons’, and Bach’s 2nd solo sonata at a gala string show-case concert given by the RCM.
Since spring 2011 Adelia has been supported by an award from the Countess of Munster Trust, a Postgraduate Performance Award from MBF and a Yehudi Menuhin scholarship to continue her studies with Itzhak Rashkovsky at the Royal College of Music. She plays on violins kindly lent to her by the J&A Beares firm.