On her latest album, Lea Birringer takes you on
'a musical journey between virtuosity and poetry' (Resmusica).
Her ‘playing carried by the highest precision’ (SWR2) is one of the many reasons why Lea Birringer has long been regarded as ‘one of the outstanding violinists of the young generation’ (NDR Kultur). Having made a name for herself with two duo recordings in collaboration with her sister, pianist Esther Birringer, the British label Rubicon Classics is now releasing Lea Birringer's solo debut album Di tanti palpiti, which features virtuoso bravura pieces. Lea Birringer's deep affinity and artistic conviction inspired her to select this highly virtuosic repertoire, which includes some of her absolute favourites among the violin literature.
Waxman's ‘Carmen Fantasie’ is on the programme, as well as Sarasate's ‘Gipsy Airs’ and Paganini's ‘I Palpiti’ Variations. The German violinist brings her unmistakable qualities to this recording.
Lea Birringer is at the centre of this production, but she is not on her own: the collaboration with her sister Esther Birringer, which has been successful for years, works brilliantly again.