“Violinist Adelia Myslov proved to be a captivating soloist of dazzling virtuosity and impeccable musicianship. She and her sensitive accompanist, Craig White, had selected a programme of four pieces which displayed these artistic qualities to the full, the first and last works emphasising technical ability, while the middle two required a breadth and depth of emotional feeling. The opening Bach Partita no 2 for solo violin was a masterclass in the range of technical skills expected of a baroque violinist, skills which Adelia clearly has in abundance. This was well contrasted by Respighi’s Poema Autunnale, a shimmering impressionistic piece whose palette of instrumental colour was beautifully exploited by the artists. The emotional core of the evening was Brahms’ Violin Sonata no 1, which gave ample opportunity show mastery of nuanced expressiveness, ranging from the passionate to the serene. But it was the final item, Frolov’s Fantasy on Themes from ‘Porgy and Bess’, which provided a display of musical fireworks to thrill the audience and round off the concert in exuberant style.”
~Haywards Heath Music Society review

“…Adelia Myslov (Violin) and Craig White (Piano). The mark of good performers is always the ability to be in such confident technical control that full attention can be given to interpretation.
The Prokofiev 2nd Sonata and the Brahms 1st Sonata gave the opportunity for some beautiful duo playing. They had an extraordinary ability to communicate without apparent visual contact, basing their rapport on concentrated listening and were always well matched in phrasing and the shaping of rallentandi and tempo changes…Two spectacular showcase pieces were chosen for the remainder of the programme and both players were fully up to the challenge…The appreciative audience demanded an encore and Adelia chose the quieter and more delicate Liebeslieder Waltzes – a great favourite and sensitively performed by both of these very talented artists.”
~Bude Music Society review, Read full review: http://adeliamyslov.co.uk/blog/bude/

“Adelia’s amazing technique and virtuosity were reminiscent of Heifetz, but her integrity and style of playing more humane, with genuine sensitivity of interpretation, allied to a rich tone and inventive bowing. Like Menuhin, she also has the ability to shock by unexpectedly sharpening notes for dramatic effect. Adelia’s confidence in her own technique made her a fearless performer. This was easily the best Countess of Munster Musical Trust concert I have attended.”
~Saffron Walden Music Society review

“…the highlight must have been the concert in Melvin Hall on the 14th May – Adelia Myslov with her boundless energy and vivacity, and Craig White on piano, one of UK’s finest accompanists…If the miraculous violin of Adelia Myslov descends into your village, town or city any time soon book early to see her perform, but you may have to fight for tickets.”
~Kelly College music review, May 2014

“The knowledgeable audience were taken on a musical journey, from the 17th century Baroque of Italian violinist Giuseppe Tartini through to jazz from American George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess first performed in 1935…the music of the masters on a magical night for culture in our area.”
review “Rural setting for a night out with the classics” by Spalding Guardian, May 2014.
Read full review: http://www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/what-s-on/lifestyle-and-leisure/rural-setting-for-a-night-out-with-the-classics-1-6057185

” ‘Gem of a Violinist Illuminates Church Concert’
The highlight of the afternoon was being just a few feet away from the guest soloist, Adelia Myslov, the young virtuoso who performed the popular Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor…fabulously talented…I have no doubt that she will make it onto the world stage.” read full blog review: http://rhapsodyinwords.com/tag/adelia-myslov/
~Virginia Burgess, novelist, Trinity Camerata review, June 2014

“The sound at the opening of the Elgar concerto was lustrous…a wide and captivating range of tonal colours, a brilliant display of spontaneous fiddling…a most enjoyable experience.”
~Brian Hawkins, review of performance of Elgar concerto

“Adelia has the ability to take the audience on a journey, and deliver moments of pure magic”
~adjudication of panel at North London Solo Bach competition, 2007
“Bach’s Double Violin Concerto in D Minor…was exquisitely and movingly performed by violinists Adelia Myslov and Olga Popova.”
~Tilford Bach Society review

“To experience the performance of musicians who combine the sparkle and vigour of youth with exceptional ability makes for a special occasion and our recent concert was remarkable by any standards. Adelia Myslov is a violinist who exudes confidence and poise combined with a natural musicianship… Adelia began with a solo Passacaglia by Biber which displayed the qualities of her violin beautifully. The Franck Sonata in A major for violin & piano which followed was a bravura performance…The Devil’s Trill Sonata by Tartini was played with great panache, bringing out all the bright innovation of one of the composer’s best works. Adelia’s ability to switch from one style to another was well demonstrated in her playing of Debussy’s Sonata in G minor for violin and piano… The final work, Bizet’s Carmen Fantasy (arranged by Sarasate) with all the virtuoso intricacies of the music taken at breakneck speed and with apparent ease, was an exciting tour de force and a fitting end to a great evening of music making.”
review of ‘Mortal Man; Immortal Dreams’ recital

“We have never had such a totally unanimous vote of approval – one of our best ever artistes…an excellent ensemble.”
~review of ‘Mortal Man; Immortal Dreams’ recital at Cross Way, Seaford