RAZUMOVSKY Ensemble  
   


Corina Belcea-Fisher

Corina Belcea-Fisher

Corina Belcea-Fisher was born in Romania where her teachers were Radu Bozgan and Stefan Gheorghiu. In 1991 she was invited by the late Lord Menuhin to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Natalia Boyarskaya. Then she continued her studies at the Royal College of Music with Dr. Felix Andrievsky. 


Corina is a 1st Prize winner of the Kloster Schontal Internation Competition and a 2nd Prize winner of the Wieniawski International Competition and the Yehudi Menuhin International Competition.

As a soloist Corina has performed in many countries in Europe and The Far East and in 1994 became founder of the Belcea Quartet – Quartet in Residency at the Wigmore Hall from 2001 to 2006. The quartet has won 1st Prizes both in the Osaka and the Bordeaux international competitions and has been touring the world extensively for the past eight years. In 2001 the quartet was signed on by EMI for an exclusive contract and have released eight CDs. The Belcea Quartet has appeared in major festivals around the world, as well as venues like Konzerthaus in Vienna, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Paris Chatelet and Cite de la Musique, Copenhagen’s Tivoli Hall, Washington Library of Congress and New York Carnegie Hall.