Aurélien Pascal

Laureate of numerous prestigious international competitions, Aurélien Pascal’s remarkable talent has earned him significant accomplishments including the Second Prize at the 2013 International Paulo Competition, the Grand Prize Audience Award, and the Best Performance of the Toch concerto at the 2014 Emanuel Feuermann Competition as well as Fourth Prizewinner and youngest finalist at the 2017 Queen Elisabeth Competition. He was chosen as the Adami Revelation Classique in 2013 and most recently, the Revelation Instrumental Soloist at the Victories of Classical Music in 2023.

Aurélien Pascal collaborates with orchestras across the world, such as the Orchestre de Paris, Monte Carlo Philharmonic, Helsinki Philharmonic, Hangzhou Philharmonic, Kansai Philharmonic, Barcelona Symphonic, Taipei National Symphonic, Hiroshima Symphonic, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Cyprus Symphonic, Cologne Chamber Orchestra, Zurich Chamber, Luxembourg Chamber, Nuremberg Symphonic, Kammerakademie Postdam, Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphonic … under the baton of Christoph Poppen, András Schiff, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Okko Kamu, Lawrence Foster, Stanislav Kochanovsky, Clemens Schuldt, Corinna Niemeyer, Gilbert Varga, Emil Tabakov or Marcus Bosch.

In the realm of chamber music, Aurélien Pascal has shared the stage with artists such as Alexandre Kantorov, Liya Petrova, Renaud Capuçon, András Schiff, Augustin Dumay, Tabea Zimmerman, Pavel Kolesnikov, Clara Jumi-Kang, Emmanuel Pahud, as well as ensembles like the Modigliani Quartet, Hermes Quartet or Arnold Trio, amongst others.

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