Edson Scheid playing Paganini Caprice No. 1 on In Tune from BBC Radio 3 in London. Photo Credit: Benjamin Sosland
I N T E R V I E W S
ASTON MAGNA MUSIC FESTIVAL
Edson Scheid: Why a ‘Virtuoso’ Violinist Threw Away His First Violin
"Many of you have heard Aston Magna solo and ensemble performances by Edson Scheid, Brazilian-born violinist, over the years. You will have the pleasure of seeing Edson in our upcoming concert “Three French Masters,” on Saturday, July 3 at 7 p.m. I asked Edson to tell me a little about his music background, and I’m happy to share his story with you. ~ Susan Obel, Executive Director"
SERAPHIC SATURDAY PODCAST: EPISODE FIVE
"Our fifth episode explores historical music and the joys and challenges of its contemporary interpretations. Host Patrick Quigley welcomes conductor Nicholas McGegan, cellist Guy Fishman, and violinist Edson Scheid de Andrade to discuss their careers based in historical performance.
"Entrevista com Edson Scheid"
"Edson Scheid - Paganini’s Caprices on period instrument"
THE BOSTON GLOBE
Zoë Madonna, June 2017
"Virtuoso Violinist goes for Baroque with Paganini"
Jerry Dubins, September 2016
"Four and Twenty Caprices Baked in a Pie, Oh My—Edson Scheid on the Paganini Perplexity" By Jerry Dubins
DEUTSCHLANDFUNK RADIO'S MUSIKFORUM
Historical Performance at The Juilliard School.
Excerpt from the interview (german only) and performance of Vivaldi's concerto for two violins and two cellos in D Major, RV 564 (Edson Scheid, first violin solo).
BBC RADIO 3 PROGRAMME IN TUNE
Sean Rafferty, May 2015
Sean Rafferty's guests include Yale Schola Cantorum - Yale University's chamber choir - with their principal conductor David Hill. They perform live in the studio as they tour England and France with fellow american ensemble, Juilliard 415. Excerpt from the interview and performance of Paganini Caprice No. 1 on period violin by Edson Scheid.