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reviews of recordings
|"Miss Hanna Lachert is a highly gifted, brilliant and imaginative violinist."|
"Hanna Lachert jest skrzypaczką bardzo uzdolnioną, i pełna wyobraźni."
|"She has a considerable experience as a soloist, a thorough command of the instrument and an intelligent and sensitive approach to interpretation."|
"Ma duże doświadczenie jako solistka, pełne opanowanie instrumentu oraz inteligentne i wrażliwe podejście do interpretacji."
|"I have had much opportunity to appreciate her playing and to know how refined is her musicality."|
"Miałem wiele okazji by podziwiać jej grę i docenić wyrafinowaną muzykalność."
"[Bartok] produced a knotty Sonata for Solo Violin that has always posed problems for performers and listeners alike. Hanna Lachert, a violinist with the New York Philharmonic, conquers them all with ease. Without ever sacrificing a focused tone of singular beauty and depth, she sustains the high-tension linearity of all four movements articulates the notes with biting precision and still manages to project the essential lyricism of the music."
The New York Times
"Une très belle version de la Sonate de Bartok Très à l'aise dans les périleuses difficultés de l'œuvre, dont elle gomme peut-être le caractére parfois abrupt et rocailleux; elle en donne une interpretation trés rafinée, et introvertie."
Le Soir, Brussels
"...perfectly controlled yet vividly imagined reading of the Penderecki. The furious, dashing spiccato of the caprice-like Allegretto scherzando has real brilliance, while the darker musings of the lengthy Nottorno are beautifully paced, described with a broad, sweeping tone."
The Strad, London
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reviews of concerts
"For her New York recital debut Tuesday night in Carnegie Recital Hall, Hanna Lachert chose a particularly demanding but not altogether unrelenting program of the 20th century music. The young Polish violinist conquered every difficulty - in fact, she is such a superb musical technician that she would very likely be impressive no matter what she played. Bartok's Solo Sonata almost defies a completely adequate performance, but Miss Lachert controlled the notes as few can. The lean purity of her tone was astonishingly accurate even inn the most awkward passages, and the measured intensity of line brought the entire piece into vivid, cogent focus. Even in somewhat less interesting music (Wittenberg Winter Music and Penderecki's Three Miniatures), Miss Lachert's communicative dedication held one's attention, while the range of timbral color and lyrical sweep of Szymanowski's "Myths" and Ravel's Tzigane were breathlessly engrossing. The Debussy Sonata, poised and sinuous, also seemed virtually flawless. Joseph Bloom's excellent accompaniments set the seal on a brilliant recital."
The New York Times, "Impressive recital by Hanna Lachert"
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