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"Vladimir Tsypin, at Carnegie Recital Hall, opts ... for a lively variety of shadings and vibratos, some distinctly Slavic. He impulsively cultivates a broad dynamic range, his phrasings incorporate ornaments and portatos, ...very charming"
— Joseph Horowitz, "The New York Times"

"It goes to the heart, more than thousand words, how true these lines are, documented on Sunday evening by Vladimir Tsypin, violinist of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra in an inimitable way. And the Rochus Chapel in Hohenecken experienced an hour of glory regarding music. The internationally renowned violinist is an interpreter whose power of expression and virtuosity is fascinating. It was astonishing, how comfortable and with such singing sonority his violin sounded during the recital of Bach, Partita No.2 in D, and yet, so light, so dance-like, but not vain-like. He was spanning a big arch over every movement, or better yet, he found it, as it were Bach's concept"
— "Die Rheinpfalz", Kaiserslautern, Germany

"A CD of salon violin and chamber music by A. Louis Scarmolin: a delightful disc, a charming disc, committed, sensitive performance leaves nothing to be desired."
— J. Lipscomb, "The Fanfare Magazine"

"Warm and romantic sound from violinist Vladimir Tsypin, the overall impression is that A. Louis Scarmolin Salon and Chamber Music successfully represents this fascinating composer, and serves as a more than adequate introduction to his work."
— David Lewis, "All Music Guide"

"The set as whole (V. Tsypin, Songs for Voice and Violin) was definitely the highlight of this unusual afternoon, will stay with me for a long and enjoyable period of reflection. Merkin Hall, New York City."
— Fred Kirshnit, "The New York Sun"

"Vladimir Tsypin made a crystaline reading of every movement (Mozart, Concerto #5, with Mendoza Philharmonic, conductor Pablo Pondal). The sound was incredibly pure and refined, without forgetting component 'fun' of the score."
— Cristina Alfonso, "UNO Magazine", Mendoza, Argentina

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