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AnEarful's First Decade: 100 Best Albums Of The 2010's

“flamboyant....convincing” – The New York Times ​


“enchanting violinist” – Messaggero Veneto (ITALY)


“All of the players were fantastic, but special note must be made of Olivia De Prato's violin work, which was outrageously good. She's also a member of the Mivos Quartet and Ensemble Signal, so there are plenty of opportunities to hear her.” – An Earful, Read full review

“But listeners who do pay close attention are sure to admire the way that the bowing of violinist Olivia De Prato (of Victoire and the Mivos Quartet) subtly transforms her tone to emerge from the ensemble texture with the dynamic swells in the ‘Pulses’ section. One could hardly wish for more assured, sensitive guides to Steve Reich's masterpiece.” – WQXR, Read full review


“playful yet precise ... Streya is musically artistically vibrant, and showcases De Prato’s diverse conception of new music.”

- i care if you listen, Read full review

“De Prato's confidence brings this challenging repertoire to colourful life, and production values are superb.”

- The Arts Desk, Read full review

“A strikingly accessible, dynamic solo album”

- New York Music Daily, Read full review

Streya is not only a fantastic debut for De Prato but also an object lesson in how to put together a solo violin record in 2018, from the selection of pieces, to the recording, and even to the artwork - kudos!”

- An Earful, Read full review

“the catalogue of virtuosic effects—slashing, picking, buzzing, bouncing off the strings—is astounding, all the more so for the lightness and delicacy De Prato folds in to sections that simply explode.”

- Beyond Criticism, Read full review

“Each of the six pieces is executed with conviction, the violinist customizing her approach to satisfy the emotional and technical demands of the material and playing with gusto, audacity, and sensitivity throughout.”

- Textura, Read full review

Best of Bandcamp Contemporary Classical: April 2018

“[De Prato] steps out on her own with this diverse program of solo works.”

- Bandcamp, Read full review

“Fans of contemporary solo violin music will find plenty here of interest, with De Prato’s excellent playing certainly making the best possible case for the works.”

- The Whole Note, Read full review

“De Prato’s interpretation [of Victor Lowrie's Streya] vividly brings out the piece’s sense of proportion and balance.”

- Avant Music News, Read full review

“De Prato utilizes extended and more conventional techniques to create very convincing musical expressions on her violin.”

- Gapplegate Classical-Modern Review, Read full review

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