"Virtuoso violinist..."

           - The Boston Globe

Edson Scheid has been praised for his "polished playing" (The Strad), and for being a "virtuoso violinist" (The Boston Globe). His performance of Strauss's song Morgen at Carnegie Hall alongside Joyce DiDonato and Il Pomo d'Oro was described as follows: "The concertmaster, Edson Scheid, proved a worthy foil as violin soloist" (The New York Times).

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P R E S S

"He is both musically and technically one of the most assured and accomplished of today's younger period violinists."

- The Boston Musical Intelligencer

"...clearly gifted..."

- The New York Times

"...violin virtuoso extraordinaire..."

- Fanfare Magazine

"Scheid handles multi-stops, bariolage, alternate hand pizzicato, and other feats with the assurance needed to turn display into music."

-Early Music America

"The concertmaster, Edson Scheid, proved a worthy foil as violin soloist in the Strauss."

- The New York Times

“Far from being mere virtuoso stunts, Scheid’s [Paganini] Caprices abound in the beauty and revolutionary spirit of these works...”

- Fanfare Magazine

“Scheid's polished playing was the high point of the programme...”

- The Strad

“Edson Scheid was more than equipped to deal with the virtuosic challenges...”

​- Seen and Heard International

E V E N T S

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September 17, 2021

New York Classical Players - Season Opener | Brahms Double

New York City, NY

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18

September 18, 2021

New York Classical Players - Boston Debut

Jordan Hall, Boston, MA

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23

September 23, 2021

Pegasus: The Orchestra, BACH BRANDEBURG CONCERTI – Orchestra Series

Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ (Online event)

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September 25, 2021

Aston Magna Chamber Players - Masterpieces of the Late Baroque

Hudson Hall in Hudson, NY