Sitkovetsky harks back to an older tradition of violin playing not often heard these days.
MONDAY 20 MAY 2019, 7.00PM
Budapest Music Centre
Händel Concerto Grosso
Panufnik Violin Concerto
Holst St. Paul’s Suite Op. 29
Britten Variations on a Frank Bridge Theme
with Alexander Sitkovetsky (violin/director) the Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra
WEDNESDAY 22 MAY 2019
Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Prokofiev Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor
TUESDAY 28 MAY 2019, 8.00PM
Henry Le Boeuf Hall, Brussels
Programme to be announced
with Ensemble Raro at BOZAR Festival
Alexander Sitkovetsky was born in Moscow into a family with a well-established musical tradition. His concerto debut came at the age of eight, and in the same year he moved to the UK to study at the Menuhin School.
Lord Menuhin was his inspiration throughout his school years and they performed together on several occasions.
Wednesday 17 April 2019
Orchid Media Partnership
Alexander is proud to begin a collaboration with Orchid Media for PR and media work. To get in contact with Damaris Brown at Orchid Media, please visit see the Contact page.
Monday 8 April 2019
We are thrilled to reveal Alexander’s new website. We’ll be publishing regular updates on the site, so please visit often for the latest videos, concert information and the news.
Sunday 7 April 2019
Intonations Festival, Berlin
This week, Alexander returns to the prestigious “Intonations” festival in Berlin for three concerts at the Jewish Museum.
More details on the Concerts page.
Thursday 4 April 2019
US tour complete
Alexander has recently returned from a 12 concert tour of the US, performing a solo recital with Wu Qian, concerts across the US with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, plus a three concert tour with the Sitkovetsky Trio.
Panufnik's Violin Concerto
Alexander Sitkovetsky performs the 3rd movement live with the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra