The fantastic duo looks forward to performing across North America in March and April 2017, with concerts at the Schubert Club in Saint Paul, Faena Forum in Miami, The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, San Francisco Performances, Wake Forest University, and at Duke Performances.
Last month, their most recent release on Hyperion, Mozart's Violin Sonatas, made glorious headlines!
"Highlights include Ibragimova’s tone as she blossoms into the major-key slow theme in the adagio of K481, and Tiberghien’s echoey, bell‑like episode in the Sonata, K14; but there is something to raise a smile in every single movement." - THE GUARDIAN, May 26, 2016
"...it would be hard to imagine more persuasive performances than we have here from the ever-rewarding Tiberghien-Ibragimova duo: delicate without feyness, rhythmically buoyant..." - GRAMOPHONE, May 2016
The duo continues their collaborations, offering an all-Brahms program in the 2017-18 season, as well as a mixed program starting February 2018.
We'd like to congratulate Alina Ibragimova for herGramophone Artist of the Year nomination! This season,
Alina has played Beethoven's Violin Concerto with the Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal led by Kent Nagano, as well as Haydn's C Major Concerto and Hartmann’s Concerto funebre led by Vladimir Jurowski with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Hear Cedric Tiberghien next season with the Cleveland Orchestra, performing Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto No. 5 led by Matthias Pintscher.