Alexandre Pascal

Born into a family of musicians, Alexandre Pascal is an artist in residence at the Music Chapel, under the tutelage of Augustin Dumay.
Alexandre began studying violin and piano very early, after obtaining first prizes in violin, musical training and chamber music. He has completed his studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris with Olivier Charlier.

Alexandre also studied with Maurizio Fuchs in Bloomington in the United States, Michaela Martin in France, and regularly received attentive advice with his brother Aurélien from the legendary Janos Starker, in Paris, Basel and Bloomington.

Passionate and curious, always in a desire to deepen his knowledge to better serve music, Alexandre holds a degree in Musicology, and has the chance to study conducting in George Pehlivanian’s class at the conservatory. He also performed very early in chamber music, as a soloist, or with the trio “Pascal”, which he founded with his father and brother.

He performs in many festivals such as “Pablo Casals” Festival in Prades, at the “Journées Maurice Ravel” in Montfort l’Amaury, at the “Académie Ravel” in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, at the “Tons Voisins” Festival in Albi, in Norway and Holland, notably at the “Festival de Schiermonnikoog”, Festival Wagner in Geneva, at the Salle Gaveau in Paris or even at the Philharmonie de Paris, with musicians such as Hortense Cartier Bresson, Eric Le Sage, Svetlin Roussev, Pierre Fouchenneret, Philippe Graffin. He participated in the Osawa Academy at the Tanglewood Music Festival and the Berlioz Festival on the Saint-André coast. Recently, he has made his debut with l’Orchestre de chambre de Paris at « théâtre des Champs-élysées » under the direction of Pierre Bleuse, and also with the orchestre of Caen. He’s currently supported by the « fondation de la banque populaire » and he’s is nominated classical Revelation Adami 2018. He plays on a 1852 Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume Violin.

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