Liza is a laureate of several international competitions. She started playing the violin at the age of three. She won her first diploma being a little girl, at the age of five. And this was a beginning of her rising way, where she got prizes in a different internationals competitions and festivals. In 2014 after end of Liza’s study in Special Musical school in her country she goes to Germany, where start to study at the High School of Music in Mainz by Prof. Anne Shih. One year later, in 2015, she was awarded a special prize for her artistic performance at the Casalmaggiore Festival.
11. March 2021
20.-30. June 2021
4.-25. July 2021
26. Juli-9. August 2021
16., 17. and 24. March 2019
Sunday, 7. April 2019
Very virtuosically, she played the lively Allegro, bringing out the wonderfully rich warm sound of the two low strings D and G of her instrument and astonished the audience with the quite different, rather penetrating sound of the A and E strings. In an artful cadenza she shaped her own improvisation through the themes and melodies. [...] In the second set, the violinist played the songful light-footed piece with devotion and warmth, adding a small cadenza here as well as in the graceful rondo that followed.
On her melodious instrument, the violinist, who was born in 1996 in the Crimea and is currently studying at the Mainz Conservatory, asserted herself with a full, penetrating, at times somewhat sharp tone. She already seemed very confident on stage.
The 20-year-old soloist Elizaveta Fediukova favored a directly appealing, mostly powerful tone of polished brilliance that authentically came close to an impressive self-representation, for Mozart composed this piece for personal use.
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.
This mood was underpinned by Elizaveta Fediukova's magnificent violin playing in Vivaldi's "Winter" from the "Four Seasons". The violinist interacted beautifully with the Mainzer Virtuosi, playing with a vibrant, powerful and penetrating sound; music and text circled around each other throughout the entire evening.