Edson Scheid playing as concertmaster with Juilliard415 and Kristian Bezuidenhout at Alice Tully Hall in New York.
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Clip from Paganini's Caprice No. 1 performed on period violin, with a short introduction in portuguese. From #ilpomodoropresentsmusicians series.
"Internationally acclaimed Brazilian virtuoso Edson Scheid has totally internalized the incredible Caprices; he plays these fiendishly difficult and breathtaking pieces with an assurance and musicality that is extremely rare" - Gotham Early Music Scene
Part I of the complete 24 Caprices of Paganini played on a period violin with a classical bow at Gotham Early Music Scene's Midtown Concerts Series in New York City.
Clip from Paganini Caprice No. 17, played on a period violin with a classical bow at Gotham Early Music Scene's Midtown Concerts Series in New York City. Full video at the link above.
Operning concert of the 2023-2024 season at Gotham Early Music Scene's Midtown Concerts in New York.
Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst was considered to be the successor of legendary violin virtuoso Nicolò Paganini. This program showcases Ernst’s incredible works for solo violin, which are rarely (if ever) performed on gut strings: the Six Polyphonic Studies (including the set of variations on The Last Rose of Summer), and the famous transcription of Schubert’s song Erlkönig. Completing the program is Edson Scheid de Andrade’s own transcription for solo violin of Mozart’s Rondo from the Duo for Violin and Viola in G Major, KV 423.
Paganini Caprice No. 5, performed during Clarion Music Society's Onine Gala on October 1st, 2020. Played on a period violin, with gut strings and a classical bow.
Edson Scheid participated as concertmaster of a perfomance on BBC's Newsnight with Il Pomo d'Oro and Joyce DiDonato.
Performance of Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus as concertmaster of Seraphic Fire.
J. S. Bach: Violin Sonata in E Major BWV 1016. Recorded at Zuckermann Harpsichords International. Edson Scheid, violin | Bálint Karosi, harpsichord
Jean-Marie Leclair - Giga: Prestissimo from Sonata in D Major Op. 9 No. 4.
Edson Scheid, baroque violin | Laura Jeppesen, viola da gamba
Michael Sponseller, harpsichord | Sam Torres, audio engineer and video editor
Recorded at Saint James Place, Great Barrington, MA as part of the program 'Three French Masters" during the Aston Magna Music Festival 2021.
Edson Scheid participated of this promotional video by The Juilliard School's Historical Performance Program.
Flausino Vale, Prelude No. 1 - Batuque (Must be played in 40 seconds). Playlist with the complete 26 Preludes for solo violin by Flausino Vale can be found here.
Schubert's Erlkönig for solo violin (transcription by H. W. Ernst). This performance was part of an all-solo-violi program entitled "Violin Virtuosity Beyond Paganini" made for Musicivic.
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H. W. Ernst - Variations on "The Last Rose of Summer" from the album "On Paganini's Trail... H. W. Ernst and More" (Centaur Label). (Edson Scheid, period violin)
M. Berezovsky - Sonata for Violin and Continuo (2nd mov.) from the Album "Memories of Eastern Europe" (American Baroque Orchestra). (Edson Scheid, concertmaster and soloist))
Interview on Seraphic Saturday Podcast: Episode Five. Host Patrick Quigley welcomes conductor Nicholas McGegan, cellist Guy Fishman, and violinist Edson Scheid de Andrade to discuss their careers based in historical performance.
Excerpt from an interview and performance of Paganini Caprice No. 1 on BBC Radio 3's programme In Tune. (Edson Scheid, violin)
J. G. Pisendel - Violin Concerto in D Major,
Allegro (Edson Scheid, violin solo)
N. Paganini - Caprice No. 17 from the album "Nicolò Paganini 24 Caprices Op. 1" (Naxos Label)
(Edson Scheid, baroque violin)
N. Paganini - Caprice No. 13 from the album "Nicolò Paganini 24 Caprices Op. 1" (Naxos Label)
(Edson Scheid, baroque violin)
Astor Piazzola - Milonga del Angel from the album "Piazzola: Tango Distinto" (Naxos Label)
(Edson Scheid, first violin)
Performance of Vivaldi's concerto for two violins and two cellos in D Major, RV 564, broadcast on Deutschlandfunk Radio's programme Musikforum. (Edson Scheid, first violin solo)
P. Hindemith - Sonata for solo violin Op. 31 No. 1,
Prestissimo (Edson Scheid, violin)