Kazakh violinist Aisha Orazbayeva is renowned for her fearless interpretations of contemporary music and radical approach to old repertoire. She has released four critically acclaimed solo albums with music ranging from her own compositions to Telemann and Sciarrino, and has performed internationally in venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, HAU2 Berlin and Tokyo’s SuperDeluxe.
Aisha has given solo recitals for, amongst many others, Radio France, BBC Radio 3, Reykjavik Arts Academy and Gagosian Gallery in London as part of the Richard Serra exhibition.
With composer Adrian Corker she has co-written music for film The Have-Nots by Florian Hoffmeister and TV series The Village (BBC) and Tin Star (Sky Atlantic).
Record labels Aisha has released with include SN Variations, Another Timbre, PRAH recordings, All That Dust and Nonclassical.
Together with pianist Mark Knoop Aisha received a Diapason d'Or for their recording of Morton Feldman's "For John Cage" in March 2019.