Mark Lubotsky, violin

The violinist Mark Lubotsky was born in Leningrad (today: St. Petersburg) and studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow with Abraham Yampolsky and David Oistrakh. Lubotsky won prizes in several international competitions, including the Moscow Tchaikovsky Competition, and appeared from an early age as a soloist with leading orchestras in the Soviet Union and Western Europe. He has performed at many notable international music festivals in Europe, the United States and Japan. Commanding an extensive classical-romantic repertoire, Lubotsky has also focused intensely on contemporary music, working closely with his personal friends Benjamin Britten, Alfred Schnittke and Arvo Pärt. Schnittke dedicated his three violin sonatas and the second violin concerto to Lubotsky, who is also an eloquent advocate of the recently rediscovered Russian avantgarde composer Nikolai Roslavets.

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Alfred Schnittke
Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra
Violin Concerto No. 3
Sonata No. 3 for Violin and Piano

Mark Lubotsky, violin
Irina Schnittke, piano
Virtuosi di Kuhmo
Ralf Gothoni, piano & conductor
ODE 893-2

Released 04/1997

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Richard Strauss
Gustav Mahler/Alfred Schnittke
Piano Quartets

Ralf Gothóni, piano
Mark Lubotsky, violin
Matti Hirvikangas, viola
Martti Rousi, cello
ODE 840-2

Released 01/1995

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