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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A beautiful Blue Christmas is the order of these late December days thanks to world famous Czech musician Pavel Sporcl with his unique blue violin… This year Pavel is the special guest and what a gift he is. This annual concert exudes warmth and atmosphere and he contributes greatly. But […]
Cette fois c’est le public de La Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand qui va vibrer d’émotions les 9, 10, 11 et 12 décembre 2019, pour finir l’année dans la joie. Si vous passez par là, venez nous voir! PAVEL ŠPORCL ET SON ENSEMBLE GIPSY WAY
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
Pavel Sporcl – My violin legend
Dvorak violin concerto
Pavel Šporcl – » the finest live account of Mendelssohn’s «
« This was special…Pavel Šporcl is a Czech violinist of prodigious technical ability and extraordinary musicality and both attributes were put into play in what may just be the finest live account of Mendelssohn’s E minor Concerto I have heard…(he) produced a very fluent account of the opening movement, taken quite quickly, as was the central span. The speeds, however, seemed perfectly right, with Šporcl in complete command of the work as a whole, the accompaniment throughout beautifully shaped by Woods. There were some lovely instrumental solos from the band, too, particularly from the horns. The finale fair danced along—and at quite a lick, too—in an immaculate performance that was deservedly rewarded by sustained applause. Šporcl rewarded the audience with a brief encore of Paganini’s 5th Caprice. »!