Viktoria Mullova studied at the Moscow School of Music and the Moscow Conservatory. Her extraordinary talent caught international attention when she won the First Prize at the Sibelius Competition in Helsinki in 1980 and the Gold Medal at the Tchaikovsky Competition in 1982. Since then she has appeared with the world’s greatest orchestras and conductors and at major international festivals. Today she is known as a violinist of exceptional versatility and musical integrity. Her curiosity ranges from the broad musical development of baroque and classical music to the more contemporary influences of fusion and experimental music.
Strings & Improvisation
What does it mean to be a whole musician in the 21st century? This unique course will examine many aspects of this question including interpretation, improvisation, sound, and communication.