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A violinist heard, not seen

Isabelle Faust, many CDs later, has her BSO debut

German-born violinist Isabelle Faust, who has an impressive new Beethoven CD out, has built her career almost entirely in Europe. German-born violinist Isabelle Faust, who has an impressive new Beethoven CD out, has built her career almost entirely in Europe.
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / February 17, 2008

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Isabelle Faust may be the best - and certainly the most extensively recorded - young violinist you've never heard of. At age 35, she has a sweeping discography that would be the envy of almost any early or mid-career soloist. An excellent recording of the Beethoven Violin Concerto and the "Kreutzer" Sonata on the Harmonia Mundi label is the most ... (Full article: 626 words)

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