Strange Bloom is a pop album I made with my friend Alice Lin. I'm really proud of it. Check out our website aliceandmichi.co.uk to learn more about this experimental project, and to hear the album. 
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   9 Death Haiku - Kono Michi       
This is a great advert for music that breaks through the pop-classical barrier. Her voice is gently honeyed and around the succinct text, she crafts precise, imaginative textures...Intriguing and exquisitely beautiful." - The Strad (2009)
     
 
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      .         .    One More Day EP - Kono Michi       
An EP which is one of the most original I have heard this year. Using both her violin skills and her voice, which is distinctive in a GOOD way, the four tracks take the Cocteau Twins and Bjork as their starting point and then go some place barely explored before. Forget any misconceptions you may have, particularly about indie and classical meeting. This is an EP you should hear." - Is This Music (2011)
 
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The track War Correspondence is addictive like an arcade game that you can't stop pumping pound coins in till you've blown your bus fare home. A genuine contender for 'Track of the Year.'" - Music Towers (2008)
 










The never-before recorded violin and piano works of the fabulous composer and violin virtuoso, Émile Sauret. Released by Naxos, and available everywhere online, including here on CD Baby. 
"Wiancko sails gracefully through acrobatic passages and unfurls gleaming phrases with sumptuous tone." - WQXR.org
"Fans of brilliant violin writing should be most excited about Farfalla and the Scherzo fantastique, two showstoppers that Wiancko and Vainshtein serve up with extra bravado." - Allmusic.com

 

Platinum Spirals was my very first solo violin album. It includes works by Beethoven, Ravel, Joan Tower, Debussy, Kreisler and Prokofiev.
 

              
   
                             
 A four-song EP available for free! 
Watch the You Are the First music video
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All Is Loneliness - Kono Michi
All is Loneliness [Single]: Kono Michi filmed the one-take music video to this Moondog cover in a wood workshop with no conveyor belt or running water out in the Scottish countryside, and with a little help from her friends.
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