LISETTE CARLEBUR

VIOLINIST

Lisette has been praised many times for her unique, warm sound and her musicality. She excels in chamber music, even when she and her violin are up against a grand instrument, like a church organ. 


"It is not common to listen to the organ and the violin together. In fact, the depth of the organ's registers has historically turned it into an instrument conceived to barely be accompanied. The adaptations of "classic" works for this tandem of instruments were a success in the program." ... "Organ and violin work perfectly in harmony. Especially if the quality of the performers is as magnificent as that of Baena and Carlebur. Marcello's Sonata for Violin and Basso Continuo was of unparalleled beauty. And the interpretation of Bach's Toccata in d BWV538 was a success on the part of the Madrilenian. A concert of enormous quality at the height of the best auditoriums."


- Diario de Astorga

UPCOMING CONCERTS

October 31     Higher Ground - Young Metropole & Michelle David

Time: 14:30. Lisette will play, as part of the Young Metropole orchestra, jazz, pop and soul songs with singer Michelle David at the "Erfgoedfestival" in the Theather Hanzehof of Zutphen.

November 2    Higher Ground - Young Metropole & Michelle David

Time: 20:30. Lisette will play, as part of the Young Metropole orchestra, jazz, pop and soul songs with singer Michelle David at the Theater of Tilburg.

Zutphen

Tilburg

LATEST

August 4, 2021

Lisette Carlebur & Carlos Marín have been announced to be the 2nd prize winners at the Medici International Music Competition. 

June 21, 2021

Lisette Carlebur and Carlos Marín Rayo have been announced to be the 1st prize winners at the Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition in Salzburg. They've been invited to play at the Winners concert in the Solitär hall of the Mozarteum. 

April 23, 2021

This month, Lisette Carlebur and Víctor Baena (known as Duo Sonorous), have released a new video. Their love for the music of Astor Piazzolla inspired them to create a version of his music for organ and violin. They recorded one of Piazzolla's most famous tangos: "Oblivion". 


The video is now available on youtube.