Vivaldi im Frühling

Lina Tur Bonet mit zwei Violinen
© Pablo Fernández Juárez

Lina Tur Bonet, violin


The Spanish violinist Lina Tur Bonet geigend Lina Tur Bonet not only shines in Vivaldi’s incredibly difficult violin concerto, but also knows how to add lustre to his Graz sonatas.


Violin Concerto for the Grand Mogul

Vivaldi dedicated his most virtuoso violin concerto, the incredibly difficult Concerto Grosso Mogul,  to the fabulously wealthy Great Mogul Aurangzeb. No violinist plays it with as much verve as Lina Tur Bonet. Vivaldi’s Graz Sonatas are also among the personal favourites of the Spanish professor from Weimar. She leads the Recreation baroque strings through Corelli’s Follia and much more besides.


Antonio Vivaldi: Violin concerto in D major, "Il grosso Mogul", Graz-Sonata, etc.
Francesco Geminiani: Concerto grosso after Corelli's Violin sonata "La Follia" 
Charles Avison: Concerto grosso No. 6 in D major


Prices: EUR 66 / 52 / 37 
Discounts: U27 - 50% off for all younger than 27

Lina Tur Bonet


The violinist from Spain inspires audiences and fellow musicians with her dedication to unknown, unpublished, or rediscovered works and demonstrates her virtuosity as a concert master in baroque ensembles, as a chamber musician and as a soloist.

Recreation - Das Orchester


Recreation is special in many ways: consisting of musicians whose nationalities range from Japan to Venezuela, most of the members received part of their training in Graz. After its formation in 2002, the collective played unique halls such as the Alte Oper Frankfurt and worked with outstanding conductors.