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   Sergei Krylov, a young violinst-virtuoso, has become well-known around the world.  The testimony of his recognition is his victories at international competitions in Poland, China, Italy, excellent press reviews and the enthusiastic welcome of his listeners.  His playing combines originality and amazing virtuosity with great passion.  His "creamy-brilliant sound", according to the China Daily, "is captivating by its beauty.
   Sergei Krylov was born on December 2, 1970 in Moscow into a family of musicians.  His father, Alexander, a well-known violin maker, his mother, Ludmila Krylova, a pianist.
   His musical abilities were revealed very early, his first public appearance have been at the age of six, having first played with a symphony orchestra at ten.  While a student of the Central Music School of the Moscow Conservatory, Sergei Krylov often made appearances in Russia and abroad.  He has taken part in International music festivals in Bulgaria and Finland.
   His subtle interpretations and filigree performance of Viennese classical music, represented here by the Concerto in A major by W. A. Mozart, is a result of the prolonged cooperation of the talented violinist with the renowned Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra under Saulus Sondeckis.  With this ensemble, Krylov also performs the challenging violin sonata by G. Tartini "Il Trillo del Diavolo" (transcription for violin and string orchestra by H. Kauder).

W. A. Mozart
(1756 - 1791)

    Concerto No. 5 for Violin and Orchestra in A major, KV 219
1. Allegro aperto - 10:17
2. Adagio - 11:38
3. Grave. Tempo di menuetto - 9:30

G. Tartini
(1692 - 1770)

4. Sonata in G minor "Il Trillo del Diavolo" - 16:22
    (transcription for violin and string orchestra by H. Kauder)
    Larghetto affettuoso
    Allegro moderato
    Grave. Allegro assai

             Total time - 47:47

Sergei Krylov, violin
Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra
Conductor, Saulius Sondeckis