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The Independent, September 2, 2013

By MICHAEL CHURCH Midori had said in advance that she was "overwhelmed by the depth" of this new work dedicated to her, and her manic sawing and digging into the strings suggested that its action-packed 20 minutes would be a physical endurance test as well. Its first movement began as a...

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The Herald (Scotland), August 26, 2013

By MICHAEL TUMELTY Japanese violinist Midori, in her comprehensive performances of Bach's unaccompanied Sonatas and Partitas for violin on Thursday and Saturday, included in each concert a short contemporary work for violin and electronics. Thursday's was a characteristically intense memorial to Shostakovich by Schnittke. Saturday's piece, by Mario Davidovsky, was the ninth...

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