Kazakh violinist & composer Aisha Orazbayeva is renowned for her fearless interpretations of contemporary music and radical approach to old repertoire. She released four critically acclaimed solo albums, with the latest "Music for Violin Alone" described as a "unanimity of head, hearts and hands" by the New Yorker magazine. Together with Mark Knoop she won a Diapason D'Or award for their recording of Morton Feldman's "For John Cage". She has given violin masterclasses at the Royal Academy of Music in London and at the International Darmstadt Summer Course. Aisha's music has been performed at Centre Pompidou in Paris and Wiener Festwochen Festival in Vienna. She has recently become a member of Ictus ensemble in Brussels.