„So great the musician’s demand, so greater the challenge."

A Julia Maria Pasch instrument is crafted in close dialogue with artists and mutual understanding, and which after, is tailored to the performer’s specifications. This collaboration leads to the creation of a highly-personalised sound.

Below you will find selected examples of musicians who chose to dedicate their names to a Pasch instrument.

Henryk Wieniawski Violinconcerto No. 2 d-minor Op.22

Leos Svárovský, Conductor - Slovak Philharmonic

Bratislava 2017

Mendelssohn Trio No.1 d-minor Op.49

Stefan Heinemeyer, Cello - Thomas Hoppe, Piano

London 2018 - live at Wigmore Hall

Brahms Violinconcerto D-major Op.77

John Storgårds, Conductor - Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra
2015 Sibelius International Violin Competition Helsinki

Dalibor Karvay, Soloist

http://daliborkarvay.com/

Tschaikowsky Violinconcerto D-major Op.35

Rastislav Stur, Conductor - Slovak Philharmonic

Bratislava 2016

Encore: Paganini 24th Caprice

Annette von Hehn, Violine

Atos Trio

http://atos-trio.de/

Smetana Trio g-minor Op.15

Stefan Heinemeyer, Cello - Thomas Hoppe, Piano

Wells 2017

Friederike Starkloff

1st Concertmaster NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover

http://friederikestarkloff.com/

Sibelius Ballade Op.115

Naoko Ichihashi, Piano

2015 Sibelius International Violin Competition Helsinki

Julia Maria Pasch, Geigenbaumeisterin, Richard Wagner Villa Wien-Penzing

Hadikgasse 72/1/4, 1140 Wien, Österreich, +43 676 451 47 13, mail[at]paschviolins.com

 

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