Bad Homburg Week, February 16, 2017
The piece is rich in melodies, light as a song, does not lack spirited passages between tutti and solos and gave the violinist the opportunity for great cadenzas, which she presented virtuosically and with a smile, full of delight. Fediukova’s youthful, decisive playing […] gave room to imagination. “It went like oil” the young genius had reported to her father after a performance two years later, and thus summed up the harmonious coming together of orchestra and soloist, which she and the orchestra also followed in perfect unison. The violinist’s precious instrument has a special feature. The full sound of the low D and G strings is contrasted with the more pointed, penetrating sound of the A and E strings, which occasionally alienated slightly, but did not detract from the virtuoso playing. The graceful violinist was seen off with vigorous ovations.