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Frederieke Saeijs

Frederieke Saeijs

The Dutch violinist Frederieke Saeijs achieved international recognition when she won the prestigious Premier Grand Prix, as well as several special distinctions, at the 2005 Long-Thibaud International Violin Competition in Paris.



Ysaye: Six Sonatas For Solo Violin, Op. 27
Ysaye: Six Sonatas For Solo Violin, Op. 27
In a career-defining recording Frederieke delivers a wholly immersive performance of Ysaÿe's Op. 27. 

CKD 536  

Frederieke Saeijs - violin

The Dutch violinist Frederieke Saeijs achieved international recognition when she won the prestigious Premier Grand Prix, as well as several special distinctions, at the 2005 Long-Thibaud International Violin Competition in Paris. That success brought concert invitations from all over the world, and since then Saeijs has appeared as soloist with such renowned orchestras as the Orchestre National de France, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. Among notable conductors, she has collaborated with Neeme Järvi, Ken-Ichiro Kobayashi, Christoph Poppen and Jaap van Zweden.

Passionate about chamber music, Saeijs has joined with the pianist Nino Gvetadze and cellist Maja Bogdanovic to form the Arosa Trio, which performs in such distinguished venues as the Royal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, and the Tonhalle, Düsseldorf. She also regularly plays with colleagues and friends at international chamber music festivals. Saeijs's recording of sonatas by Ravel, Respighi and Granados, recorded for Naxos with Maurice Lammerts van Bueren (piano), received enthusiastic reviews: ‘Her playing has the power to move you and make you want to hear more' (International Record Review).

In addition to performing, Saeijs enjoys mentoring new talent: she regularly gives international masterclasses, and has acted as a main subject teacher at both the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and the Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio in Madrid. ‘To me,' she writes, ‘it is vital to pass on the spirit. Not only the passion I have for my profession, but also the craft itself, and every aspect of it.' 


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Frederieke Saeijs launches new recording in Amsterdam and Utrecht
19 November 2015
A week of performances is planned
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Gramophone
'Saeijs's is a memorable interpretation. She smoothly negotiates the works' fiendish challenges without once compromising her lustrous tone.'
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MusicWeb International
'These big works get big performances from Frederieke Saeijs...Saeijs's more dramatic approach which is enhanced by a typically top-notch recording from Linn.'
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Volkskrant
5 Stars
'From the very first bars, Saeijs' performance stands out because of its great clarity...'
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Kevin Bryan’s Reviews
'Saeijs rises to the challenge quite superbly here with a dazzling display of lyricism and emotional expressiveness.'
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Radio 4 Netherlands
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Klassieke Zaken
'Frederieke Saeijs realises her ambition to the full. In her seemingly effortless hands, this music soars, the intensity and expression know no bounds.'
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