SWR documentary series "Die Scheune"
Marta Danilkovich TV guest appearance in "Die Scheune" (SWR)
October 23, 2020 Interview, Marta Danilkovich
Marta played in the SWR documentary series Die Scheune, episode 3. It will be broadcast for the first time on October 23, 2020 Marta Danilkovich almost didn't become a musician. Like her parents, she had an ear infection at a young age. The parents were unlucky, they are both deaf. Marta, on the other hand, was treated in good time - and so she set out to become a musician. Originally from Belarus, she has been living in Germany for a few years and the talented violinist works musically around the world from here. She usually plays a Trapani violin, often six hours a day - the violin is like a part of the body. And as it is with humans: Every now and then something happens on the violin and has to be repaired. Alexandra Körner, violin maker from Mainz, takes on this project because she knows the violin and Marta well - and a relationship is important in this environment. Right in the barn, she can pull off the fingerboard, clean the violin and glue a small break. Will the violin sound like it did before?
Broadcast on Friday, October 23rd, 2020 9:00 p.m., Die Scheune, SWR television.
"Marta Danilkovich elicited from her violin, among others, the "Prelude" from "Carmen", "Viva la vida" by Coldplay, Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" and "Music was my first Love" by John Miles. Perfect in playing and professional in performance, she can definitely be placed in a row with her colleague David Garrett. As the female part of the "Duo Divites" the violinist has already played in New York's Carnegie Hall."
Giessener Anzeige 22.06.2021
Gäubote, Herrenberg Newspaper
“To the internationally award-winning Duo Divites. The violinists Vladimir Bodunov and Marta Danilkovich already played in the legendary Carnegie Hall in New York and in the Mozarteum in Salzburg ... The sides are plucked and crossed out, the tonal is interwoven with the atonal, in this polystylistic, furious sound kaleidoscope the alienation shimmers alongside the more familiar. A discovery! "
"Violinist Marta Danilkovich caused goose bumps in her sparkling evening dress"
(Heidenheimer Newspaper, 03.12.2019)
Frankfurt am Main,