At the age of thirty, Janine Jansen already shows a maturity of outstanding playing. Her shapely sound, sensitive musicality, technical strength are admirable. The Dutch violinist has played with some of the greatest orchestras in the world, from the Berlin Philharmonic to the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.
At the Salle Pleyel, we can hear her in the more intimate recital. With pianist Itamar Golan, Janine Jansen, who plays on a magnificent Stradivarius of 1727, chose to combine romantic German figures (Schubert) and French composers (Debussy, Messiaen, Ravel). A beautifully eclectic program that perfectly illustrates the artistic opening of this musician's communicative enthusiasm.
Janine Jansen appears courtesy of Decca Music Group Limited.
Janine Jansen's last recording, the album Beau Soir is available on the Decca Classics label:
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Gulbenkian Choir
Berliner Philharmoniker - Yuri Bashmet (viola) and Gidon Kremer (violin)
Waldbühne 2006: Sheherazade, An Oriental Night – Berliner Philharmoniker