Diana Yukawa’s debut album ‘La Campanella’, released in 2000 at age 15 on BMG RCA in Japan, became a No.1 best seller and was released in the UK under the title ‘Elegy’ in 2001 to rave reviews including Classic FM’s Henry Kelly, winning their album of the month title.
The Violinists second album – works by Saint-Saens with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was released in 2001 through BMG RCA.
Diana spent the years that preceded her second album developing her own original sound, somewhat removed from her two previous classical albums. Signed to Sony Music, the violinist recorded the material for her much anticipated third album at Abbey Road Studios.
Teaming up with renowned producer, Andy Wright who has worked with the likes of, Simply Red, Massive Attack and Jeff Beck, Diana co-wrote the pieces and released the album in October 2009.