« Out of this world…It has been a long time since the audience were as enthusiastic as at this concert…the Czech star violinist Pavel Sporcl tore the audience from their seats, cheering…at the cadence of the first movement you could hear a pin drop…the audience were so under his spell, then […]
… the Caprice No. 24, performed with a lightness of touch, Šporcl’s flexibility of tempo making the piece sound as if it’s being improvised. To read more click here Read Pavel Šporcl’a First Person for theartsdesk on Paganini and the Czech tradition
We are so honored by Pavel Sporcl’s nomination to the International Classical Music Award 2022 with his new album Paganiniana!
« Mount Everest of Violin Repertoire »Works for Solo Violin – Paganini, Ernst, Schnittke, Milstein, Schnittke… During Paganini´s lifetime (1782–1840), there were rumors that Paganini had sold his soul to the Devil. His violin technique was so astonishing, his performance style so exuberant and his appearance so, well, demonic that there could […]
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Mendelssohn violin concerto
New video in the Strad!
This may just be the finest account of Mendelssohn’s E minor Concerto that I have heard’ writes Musical Opinions’s Guy Rickards of the star Czech violinist’s performance with the English Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kenneth Woods. The Strad calls it ‘stunning’.
Here is the video