In this page, you will find a selection of videos portraying Danusha Waskiewicz’s performances across different genres, componers and projects.
Quartetto Prometeo play “Different Trains” by Steve Reich in a group performance at a distance, inspired by the times of COVID-19.
“Natural Thoughts,” a poem about nature accompanied by “La donna del fiume,” composed and performed by Danusha.
Quartetto Prometeo perform “Ciaccona” at “Ossigeno” (Rai3);
“Scherzo – allegro vivace (from Quartet no. 15 D. 887)” by F. Schubert at Chigiana International Festival 2019;
“String Quartet No. 6, op. 80 III – adagio” by F. Mendelssohn at Musica al Tempio 2018.
Duo Waskiewicz Rebaudengo perform their show “Balcani Aumentati” at MITO Festival 2019;
“Märchenbilder op. 113 – Nicht schnell” by R. Schumann at Festival Musica sull’Acqua 2015;
“Après un rêve” G. Fauré at Festival Musica sull’Acqua 2012.
With the Mozart Orchestra, conducted by Claudio Abbado, Danusha Waskiewicz performs the Brandenburg Concertos No. 3 in G major, BWV 1048 and No. 6 in B flat major, BWV1051 by J. S. Bach.
Danusha Waskiewicz plays the “Viola Concerto” by Béla Bartók accompanied by the Sudecka Philharmonic, 2014.
In duo with Edicson Ruiz, Danusha performs “Escenas del Sur” by Efrain Oscher, 2009.
Danusha Waskiewicz performs as a soloist the “Viola Tango Rock Concerto” by Benjamin Yusupov at the Austrian premiere in St. Pölten, 2009.