The German newspaper writes about the violinist Kadesha
In the article of July 21, 2017, the prestigious newspaper “sueddeutsche.de” published an article about the violinist Jonian Ilias Kadesha! Follow the following article of this newspaper dedicated to the Albanian violinist.
JONIAN ILIAS KADESHA! What a wonderful name, what a talent. The 25-year-old violinist enjoys such an extravagant fantasy of the sound that members of juries in music competitions fail to understand how that might happen. It would be quite possible to say that the one who holds a name that sounds so exotic, definitely would have to do something special. And for a musician of extraordinary talent, such a name is very fortunate because it is easily remembered. Jonian Ilias Kadesha was born in Athens in 1992, he has Greek-Albanian roots, and has studied in Germany near Grigori Zhislin and in Italy near Paganini Salvatore Accardo’s specialist. He speaks all these languages as well as some others and is also extremely fond of literature and philosophy. But it’s not enough for this violinist to name it just as a great talent, because this guy has something really genius. Thus, at Leopold-Mozart’s musical competition in Augsburg, he managed to surprise everyone through stylistic punctuality and the accuracy of Baroque’s wide-ranging articulation in the most modern modern possible, something forgotten and others left them skeptical about this incredibly original musical finding that marveled everyone. Meanwhile, Kadesha has performed as a soloist and excellent chamber musician with other famous musicians like Martha Argerich, Gidon Kremer and Kim Kashkashian, as well as with Masters Courses like Steven Isserlis, Ivry Gitlis and Eberhard Chamber Music Gurus Feltz. Also Jonian Ilias Kadesha has won awards in five international music competitions. Anyway, Kadesha does not leave you the impression of a “formed” or even “mature” violinist. However, his sound comes from something quite new, unknown, totally unproven, aimed at further exploration, rather than simply transmitting sounds to the public. At the concert, this is something that can be directly experienced as a kind of adventure, but also his CD (Avi-music) with George Enescu, Maurice Ravel and Nikos Skalkottas’s interpretations can clearly show the immediate effect The authenticity of this unusual musician. Along with pianist Nicholas Rimmer Kadesha, she excels especially with Enescu’s Sonata No. 3, making us think that Claude Debussy’s vision for music in this case is confirmed when he says: “Music is a kind of mystical Mathematics, whose elements Are part of Infinity. They determine the movement of waters as well as the various types of windsurfing; There is nothing more musical than the West of the Sun! “Thus, for Ravel and Skalkottas, Kadesha succeeds in finding his” Mysterious Mathematics “through his infinite sound of fantasy.