Spanish-born violinist Francisco Fullana, winner of a 2018 Avery Fisher Career Grant, has been hailed as a "rising star" (BBC Music Magazine), an "amazing talent" (conductor Gustavo Dudamel) and "a paragon of delicacy" (San Francisco Classical Voice). His Carnegie Hall recital debut in 2016 was noted for his “joy and playfulness in collaboration ... it was perfection” (New York Concert Review).

Posted: Jun-3-2021
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For his part Francisco Fullana, known on both sides of the Atlantic as an international soloist, delighted with his talent on the violin, generating public recognition in each of his interventions.

His latest album for Orchid Classics, Bach's Long Shadow, has been named BBC Music Magazine's album of the month, and he has been on major world stages as a passionate chamber music lover.

Posted: Jul-13-2022
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Vivaldi: The Four Seasons ("Le Quattro Stagioni")
Francisco Fullana, violin

Vivaldi: La Folia ("Madness")
Francisco Fullana and Alan Choo, violins

Apollo's Fire
Jeannette Sorrell, director

Posted: Oct-22-2021
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Soloist Francisco Fullana, like the orchestra itself, had more than enough personality to fill the hall, playful and daring in the outer movements (on at least one note perhaps too daring, sending the bow skittering across the string), yet dramatic and inward in the recitative-like slow movement.

— Seen and Heard International
Posted: Jul-5-2022
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Posted: Apr-14-2022