Lidia Baich

After nation­al and inter­na­tion­al first prizes in her youth, Lidia Baich won in 1998 the Grand Prix d‘Eurovision with an out­stand­ing per­form­ance of the 5th con­certo by Vieux­temps. Lord Yehudi Menuh­in, head of the inter­na­tion­al Jury, presen­ted her with the title of “European Musi­cian of the Year”. Since then, she star­ted a bril­liant solo career that lead her to play all over the world with such orches­tras as the New York Phil­har­mon­ic, the St. Peters­burg Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra, the Wien­er Sym­phonik­er under con­duct­ors like Lor­in Maazel, Yakov Kreizberg, Vladi­mir Fedo­seyev or Jukka-Pekka Saras­te.
Lidia also per­forms in the cros­sov­er scene with bands such as Deep Purple.

In 2008 Lidia released her debut album with Deutsche Gram­mo­phon, record­ing Mendelssohn’s and Prokofieff’s Viol­in Con­cer­tos.


Aram Khatschaturian
Adagio, Variation of Aegina and Bacchanale

Saint-Saens Rondo capriccioso
Opening of Viennna Festival 2008


Offi­cial Web­site of Lidia Baich

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