Beethoven: Sonata No. 9 in A Major, Op. 47, "Kreutzer": I. Adagio sostenuto
Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61: III. Rondo (Allegro)
Nemanja Radulović plays Beethoven – Violin Concerto & "Kreutzer" Sonata
Roots by Nemanja Radulović – a musical tour around the world
Tchaikovsky - Documentary
BAÏKA - English
Critics’ Choice 2019 "BAÏKA" classical albums of the year
Immediately one notes the bite of the Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic under Sascha Goetzel and Radulović’s gritty tone as he digs into the five-note opening motif [of the Khachaturian]. However, this is no power drive through the concerto. Radulović can be aggressive, with plenty of fire in his double-stopping, but he never pushes the dynamics too hard…The couplings are imaginatively chosen…With Nemanja Radulović as narrator, this is an album with entrancing tales to tell.
BBC Music Magazine
A fiery whirlwind of an album from the virtuosic Franco-Serbian violinist: the Khachaturian violin Concerto and new takes on Scheherazade are fabulous showpieces.
Not since Menuhin has Paganini's First Concerto sounded so musically compelling, with Nemaja Raudlovic making even the virtuoso-in-meltdown Moses Fantasy sound like minted gold. BBC Music Magazine, 5*
Radulovic's commanding technique makes child's play of Paganini's myriad technical challenges, matched by a beguiling tone, expressive vocal phrasing and perfect intonation...This is an exceptional disc by any standards and hard to better as an introduction to Paganini's genius. Gramophone Magazine, Critics' Choice