Silvia Marcovici



Romanian violinist Silvia Marcovici made her international debut at the age of 16 under the prestigious baton of Bruno Maderna. In 1969 she won first prize at the Marguerite Long /Jacques Thibaut Competition in Paris and in 1970 at the George Enescu Competition. In 1972 she was invited by Leopold Stokowski to play the Glazunov Violin Concerto with the London Symphony Orchestra, which launched her career and led to her working with some of the greatest conductors of our time. Silvia Marcovici currently teaches at the University of Arts in Graz and is a jury member for several international competitions.



1969  |  First Place Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition

1969  |  Best interpretation of a modern work Prince Rainier III de Monaco

1970  |  First Place George Enescu Competition


 -   |  Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

 -   |  Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

 -   |  Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

 -   |  Orchestre National de France

 -   |  Orchestre National d'Ile de France

 -   |  Orchestra Sinfonica dell'Accademia Nazionale de Santa Cecilia

 -   |  New York Philharmonic

 -   |  Chicago Symphony Orchestra

 -   |  Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

 -   |  Los Angeles Philharmonic


 -   |  Violin - professeur : teacher :  Stefan Gheorghiu
Bucharest Conservatory - Bucharest / Romania


Sion academieSion academy

Silvia Marcovici

Autres coursOther teaching class

 -  University of Music and Performing Arts - Graz / Austria

Albums de l'artisteArtist album

Silvia Marcovici: 7 Violin Concertos
Legendary Treasures
Silvia Marcovici: 7 Violin Concertos

Jean Sibelius, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra*, Silvia Marcovici, Neeme Järvi ‎– Violin Concerto In D Minor, Op.47
Jean Sibelius, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra*, Silvia Marcovici, Neeme Järvi

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