“Although Prokofiev placed enormous technical demands on the solo violin part, in Kutik’s hands the impression was one of mature artistry and subtle lyricism…What I found most impressive about Kutik’s playing was the elegance of his tone, which soared above the orchestra without becoming too steely or harsh.” Read the full review here
“[Yevgeny Kutik] seemed to feel the music in his bones. Well-backed by the orchestra, he brought lyrical warmth to the neo-romanticism of the first two movements and flew through the perpetual-motion finale with nimble fingers and variety of effect. The large audience rewarded him with an enthusiastic ovation.” Read the full review here.
“Without a doubt, the highlight of the concert was an absolutely stunning performance of Max Bruch’s “Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46″ by violinist Yevgeny Kutik.” Read the full review here.
Violinist Kutik dazzles DSSO audience: “Kutik was a big hit with not only the audience but the orchestra. While he embraced conductor Dirk Meyer, a sizeable segment of the string section put down their instruments to applaud with both hands.” Read the full review here.
“Violinist Yevgeny Kutik seeks to break that cycle. His new album Words Fail features a collection of wordless works, past and present, which speak to the indescribable power of music.” Read the full review.