SACDSergey Dogadin, violonAlexander Maslov, piano - Alexander Rosenblatt, pianoPETER ILJITSCH TSCHAIKOWSKI01 Sérénade mélancolique op. 2602 Valse-Scherzo op. 3403 Mélodie op. 42 „Souvenir d‘un lieu cher“SERGEI RACHMANINOW04 Vocalise op. 34 Nr. 14 SERGEJ PROKOFJEWSonata for Violin and Piano No. 1, f-minor op. 80 - 05 Andante assai06 Allegro brusco07 Andante08 Allegrissimo - Andante assai, come primaALEXANDER ROSENBLATT09 Carmen FantasyIn 1988 Sergey Dogadin was born in St.Petersburg into a family of musicians. At the young age of 12 he already won well-known prizes in St. Petersburg and Paris. Sergey Dogadin is supported by the ministry for culture of the Russian federation and is awardee of the foundations ‚New Names’, the ‚C. Orbelian International Culture Exchange Foundation’ and the ‚Temirkanov Foundation’. The young artist has already acquired a vast experience of concert activities. He has toured in the USA, in Germany, Holland, England, France, Italy, Estonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Turkey and in Switzerland. The titles Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowsky gives these three recorded compositions for violin and piano are actually a description of their contents. All three works originally were designed for violin and orchestra, but seem to convince more in their unadorned form for two.