Instrumentalist - Violin
About

Vadim Gluzman’s extraordinary artistry brings back to life the glorious violinistic tradition of the 19th and 20th centuries. His wide repertoire embraces contemporary music and his performances are heard around the world through live broadcasts and a striking catalogue of award-winning recordings exclusively for the BIS label.

 

Posted: Oct-30-2013
Latest News

Violinist Vadim Gluzman is featured in Jean-Michel Molkhou's sequel: Great Violinists of the Twentieth Century, Volume 2.

Posted: Oct-24-2014
Latest Acclaim
“Israeli violin soloist Vadim Gluzman followed, taking a moment to check his strings and then with a cool nod launched into Tchaikovsky’s Violin concerto, dubbed ‘unplayable’ by some violinist at the time of its debut. A composition that is dramatic, witty, playful, musically innovative and as earthy in parts as a gypsy fiddler serenading along the Ural Mountains.… Gluzman was immediately zoned in and his opening bars were steeled and silky. Gluzman [was] a bit cocky in the cadenza but with intent that dives deeper into Tchaikovsky’s edgier accents. The audience coaxed Gluzman back for four bows and he responded in kind with a solo encore of a Bach piece.”
— Huffington Post
Posted: Feb-10-2014
Latest Recording
BIS here present a substantial addition to Sofia Gubaidulina's discography to coincide with her 80th birthday. Her music is intimately connected to her religious and philosophical beliefs. In the violin concerto In tempus praesens the numbers 1 and 3 - derived from the Holy Trinity - play an important role, as well as the concept of ‘Sophia', implying divine wisdom and the creative power of God. The soloist here is Vadim Gluzman.
Posted: Nov-1-2011
Latest Video
Posted: Jan-23-2014