- Chamber Music
The intricate texture of Serbian composer Aleksandra Vrebalov's The Spell III for violin and live electronics are described with infinite care by Elizabeth Cooney.'
'The sheer technical brilliance, musicianship and enthusiasm of these musicians totally charmed.'
Vrebalov's Spell III, a mesmerising piece for violin interacting with live electronics and pre-recorded choral fragments.'
'The sheer technical brilliance, musicianship and enthusiasm of these musicians totally charmed.' ...
Perfect music for a Summer evening was what these gifted artists, one a violinist, the other a guitarist, provided ...
Violin soloist Elizabeth Cooney was undoubtedly the star in Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor, the solo part starting almost immediately...
Cooney displayed her unbelievable skills confirming the presence of a world class artist.
The night before, more mysticism at a Messiaen Anniversary Concert. The French composer was honoured in a performance of his Quatuor pour la fin du temps, played with robust commitment ...
To the six annual concerts in the Orchestra of St Cecilia's cantata series is always added a seventh Bach event, an instrumental recital. This season's guest soloist, Elizabeth Cooney, is a rising star of Irish violinists.
..her dashing and fluent playing of the Introduction and Rondo capriccioso by Saint- Saens communicated the gratifying sense of an easy and decisive victory over some considerable technical challenges. NSO/Anissimov, National Concert Hall
Elizabeth Cooney impresses with her technical command and her shapely, passionate and considered playing.
Cork violinist Elizabeth Cooney, who gave this year’s National Concert Hall Rising Star recital, is among the select band of Irish string players to have made her mark in an international violin competition.
The young Cornish pianist Daniel Hill accompanies her in Brahms's Second Sonata, a rich and thoughtful performance...
Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Elizabeth Cooney (gave) a wonderfully flowing reading of Mozart's Violin Sonata in B flat major.
Elizabeth Cooney was the violin soloist in the "Méditation" from Massenet's "Thaïs" and Sarasate's "Carmen Fantasy" ...
Of particular note was the performance of young violinist Elizabeth Cooney. Once again, she gave notice of an increasing maturity and stature
Here is a musician who is intelligent, sensitive and creates wonderfully constructed musical lines,
Irish violinist Elizabeth Cooney, now based in London, joined the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra ...
It was an outstanding reading which realised all the alternating drama and lyricism of the piece. She is a talent to watch.