It has been announced this week that 28-year-old Ukrainian violinist Diana Tishchenko will join the roster of Solea Management, in Paris – for world-wide general management representation.
A graduate of the Graz University of Music, where she studied with Boris Kuschnir, Diana is a former major prize winner at the Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition – and was recently awarded 1st prize at the 2018 Long-Thibaud-Crespin International Violin Competition, in Paris.
DIANA TISHCHENKO & GUILLAUME SIGIER | BEETHOVEN VIOLIN SONATA NO. 3 IN E-FLAT MAJOR | 3RD MVT | 2018 LONG-THIBAUD-CRESPIN INTERNATIONAL VIOLIN COMPETITION | 1ST PRIZE
“I discovered Diana a few months ago and was immediately struck by her deep artistic commitment and the wide array of colours in her playing … I am thrilled to welcome this brilliant artist on Solea’s roster,” Managing Director Romain Blondel has said.
“I am thrilled to be embarking on a collaboration with Solea Artist Management … and I am looking forward to working with this dynamic team and joining the great artists on their roster,” Diana has said.
Solea Management’s roster include: violinist Simone Lamsma, cellists Jean-Guihen Queyras, Julian Steckel, Antonio Meneses and Francois Salque – and pianists Seong-Jin Cho and Beatrice Rana.