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"(...) TENDER AND EXITING CONCERTO OF TCHAKERIAN AT THE CONSERVATORY - Sonig Tchakerian is not arrogant towards the listeners and the public progressively understood the thoughtful sweetness which becomes a song and becomes fiery (...)"
"A VIOLIN THAT INVITES YOU TO SEARCH INTO MUSIC - (...) Her concerto is an anti-prima donna experience based on beauty and importance of what she proposes, with simple fancy and with culture made of instinct and study. (...) Jubilant crowd and applauses in the great hall of the Conservatory."
"GREAT PERFORMANCE OF THE VIOLINIST TCHAKERIAN - (...) a violinist of refined and deep musicality, able to communicate with the audience much more then other artists. (...) an extraordinary encore: Capriccio number 5 of Paganini, a performance of high technique and precision and also a rich sound"
"THE INIMITABLE SONORITY OF THE STRAD IN THE HANDS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY TCHAKERIAN - (...) But it is in the XXIV Capriccio of Paganini that she expressed the completeness and maturity of her art. A technique that excels the pure virtuosic ability to transcend towards expressive horizons and particular sonorous effects."
"THE COUPLE THAT TAKES ONE'S BREATH AWAY - (Ravel and Kodaly) found in the violinist Tchakerian and the cellist Filippini two topmost interpreters, pessimists but Apollonians in their serenity. The audience, subjugated, was simply breathless."
"THE VIOLINIST TCHAKERIAN SHINES WITH THE SOLISTI VENETI" - (...) Tchakerian is able to emerge with superlative skill and improve the nobility of protagonism throughout the Mozart Concerto (KV 216), particularly in the intense Adagio. A burst of cheering persuades her to grant two Capricci of Paganini"
"Sonig Tchakerian is a tiny brunette with an uncommon ability of the bow (...) has the acrobatic boldness of a spectacular virtuosism, ability of phrasing, mastery of dynamics. With the orchestra she was able to measure out all the different grades of expressing intensity in Zigeunerweisen of Sarasate and Tzigane of Ravel, gradually arriving to the final dash."
"(...) Tchakerian resolved with great precision and virtuosism the four different movements of Bartok's Solo Sonata, a very difficult work given the formal and harmonic tangle of the text. She revealed all her class and also the hidden strings of an instinctive violinistic and fiery temperament."