by the critics, Marylin FRASCONE is noted above all for her
sensitivity and imagination
and for the great poetry and lyricism of her playing. Her artistic
and her exceptional skill as an instrumentalist have developed under
the influence of two cultures :
that of France, where she was born and took her first piano lessons
with Annie d'Arco and Vadim Sakharov,
and that of Russia, where, after being awarded a scholarship by
the French ministry of Culture,
she studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in the class of Natalia
Trull and Sergey Dorensky.
Marylin FRASCONE gave first concerts at the age of twelve
and she caused a sensation
with her performance at the Salle Gaveau in Paris of two MOZART
and César FRANCK's Variations Symphoniques.
In 1995 She won First Prize in the Marienbad International Chopin
Competition (Czech Republic).
Since then Marylin FRASCONE has been invited to appear regularly
in Europe, Asia and Brasil.
She has played at major festivals and has appeared as a soloist
with various famous symphony orchestras.
Her recordings of works by LISZT/RAVEL, RACHMANINOV and LISZT in
deservedly attracted a great deal of attention and she was highly
rated by specialised music magazines,
including Diapason, Le Monde de la Musique, Répertoire,
Grammophon England, etc...
Her recent CD, devoted to MOUSSORGSKY and CHOPIN (Integral Classic,
has also been hailed by the critics.
Marylin FRASCONE will be Jury of the 4th International Piano
Competition "The Muse" in Greece (2008).
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