Professor Sergiu Schwartz

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“Following in the footsteps of his fellow countrymen Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman, he is a product of the best of European romantic interpretative style and 20th-Century American technical acuity,”

- New York's Newday

“He stands out as one of the best violinists of his generation.”

- Le Soleil, Canada

Teaching Languages

_ English, French, German, Hebrew,

   Romanian, Italien

USA / SWITZERLAND 
Schwob School of Music, Columbus State University
Haute Ecole de Musique et Conservatoire de Lausanne

Sergiu Schwartz’s international concert appearances have taken him to major music centers on four continents, including twenty European countries, Israel, Asia, Canada, and over forty U. S. states, as soloist with orchestras, in recitals and chamber music concerts. “Following in the footsteps of his fellow countrymen Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman, he is a product of the best of European romantic interpretative style and 20th-Century American technical acuity,” states New York’s Newsday, while Le Soleil (Canada) notes that “he stands out as one of the best violinists of his generation.” Comparing him to the greatest violinists, Fanfare - The Magazine for Serious Record Collectors, writes: his “warmth of sound and insight into the music raise to the level of expression achieved by Oistrakh” and his “tonal sheen approaches Milstein’s… for those who lament the passing of the great violinists of the middle of the last century, Schwartz’s collection should provide a great sense of optimism that a younger violinist still commands such assured rhetoric and expressive resources. Heifetz, Milstein, Oistrakh, Isaac Stern, Francescatti – they all come to mind.”

 

Mr. Schwartz has performed in major concert halls, including New York’s Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, London’s Barbican Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, and Wigmore Hall, Royce Hall in Los Angeles, Jerusalem Theatre and Rome’s Academia Santa Cecilia. Solo orchestral engagements include the Dresden Staatskapelle, Jerusalem Symphony, London Symphony, Dresden Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic, European Community Chamber Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Chicago’s Grant Park Festival Orchestra, among numerous other orchestras in the U. S. and worldwide, under conductors including Giuseppe Sinopoli, Sergiu Comissiona, James Judd, JoAnn Falletta, Mehli Mehta, Peter Maag, Bruno Weil, Antoni Wit, and Enrique Batiz.

Recent tours of the Asia have included performances with Qingdao Symphony Orchestra (China), Mokpo Philharmonic and Busan Sinfonieta (Korea).

 

Sergiu Schwartz is a frequent guest at music festivals in the United States, Israel, Switzerland, Finland, England, France, Holland, Romania, Bulgaria and China, and serves on the artist faculty of the Bowdoin (Maine), Summit (New York), Montecito (California), Mozarteum (Salzburg, Austria), and Keshet Eilon (Israel), international music festivals. Mr. Schwartz has been featured in broadcasts for radio and TV stations, including NPR, CNN, WXEL-TV’s “Great Performances,” and the BBC. His honors include prizes in international violin competitions in the United States and Europe.

 

Mr. Schwartz made his recording debut with the London Symphony Orchestra with an “all Scandinavian” compact disc released on Vox Unique . His discography, released to exceptional critical acclaim, includes on Romeo Records - Romantic Treasures, The Heart of the Violin and Poème Mystique - and on Gega, - The Romantic Violin. His American Classics release on Naxos features works by American composer John Alden Carpenter; and his CD on Arcobaleno showcases works for violin and harp by Ludwig Spohr. Sergiu Schwartz also serves as a juror in major international competitions, including Tchaikovsky, Sarasate, Wieniawski, Michael Hill, Mozart/Salzburg, Oistrakh, Postacchini, Szeryng, Novosibirsk, as well as Canadian National, Sphinx, Stulberg, Blount-Slawson, Washington International, and others.

His students have been top prizewinners in prestigious international violin competitions, including Seoul (Korea), Sendai (Japan), Paganini (Italy and Russia), Sarasate (Spain), Szeryng (Mexico), Oistrakh (Ukraine); Lipizer (Italy), Prix d’Europe and Canadian National (Canada), Sphinx, Blount-Slawson, and MTNA National (US); as well as Carmel, Coleman (CA) and Evian (France) chamber music competitions.

 

Mr. Schwartz combines his performing career with his position as Professor of violin holding the William B. and Sue Marie Turner Distinguished Chair in Violin at the Schwob School of Music, Columbus State University, and as Professor at Haute Ecole de Musique et Conservatoire de Lausanne, Switzerland. He regularly conducts master classes and lectures at music schools, colleges, and universities in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Israel.

塞尔吉·施瓦茨的国际音乐活动是他登台过世界四大洲的著名音乐中心,包括20个欧洲国家,以色列,亚洲,加拿大和美国超过40个州,期间他担任独奏与管弦乐团合作,或举办室内音乐会。纽约《新闻日报》:“追随他同胞伊扎克·帕尔曼和平克斯·祖克曼的脚步,他是欧洲浪漫主义诠释风格和20世纪美国技术敏锐性的结晶。”加拿大《太阳日报》指出,“他是当代最好的小提琴家之一。” 

 

《号角严肃音乐收藏家》杂志写道:他的“他温暖的音色和对音乐的洞察力甚至达到了奥伊斯特拉赫所及的水平”,他“琴声中音调的光辉接近米尔斯坦……对于那些惋惜上世纪中叶伟大小提琴家的乐迷来说,施瓦茨的专辑令人倍感雀跃,这样一位年轻的小提琴家仍具备这样自信的修辞和表达能力。海菲兹、米尔斯坦、奥伊斯特拉赫、艾萨克·斯特恩、弗朗西斯卡蒂,他们全都浮现在我的脑海里。” 

  

施瓦茨曾在主要音乐厅演出,包括纽约的林肯中心、卡内基音乐厅、肯尼迪中心、伦敦的巴比肯音乐厅、伊丽莎白女王音乐厅、洛杉矶的威格摩尔音乐厅、罗伊斯音乐厅、耶路撒冷剧院和罗马的圣塞西莉亚学院。施瓦茨还和德累斯顿国家交响乐团、耶路撒冷交响乐团、伦敦交响乐团、德累斯顿爱乐乐团、斯洛伐克爱乐乐团、欧洲一体室内交响乐团、墨西哥国家交响乐团、波兰国家广播交响乐团、圣路加交响乐团、芝加哥格兰公园节日交响乐团、在美国和世界各地的众多管弦乐队中,其中包括Giuseppe Sinopoli, Sergiu Comissiona, James Judd, JoAnn Falletta, Mehli Mehta, Peter Maag, Bruno Weil, Antoni Wit和Enrique Batiz。最近的亚洲巡演包括与中国青岛交响乐团、木浦爱乐乐团和韩国釜山交响乐团的演出。 

 

施瓦茨是美国、以色列、瑞士、芬兰、英国、法国、荷兰、罗马尼亚、保加利亚和中国音乐节的常客,并参加过缅因州鲍登、纽约萨米特、加州蒙特西托、奥地利萨尔茨堡莫扎特和以色列凯舍埃隆的艺术学院和国际音乐节。施瓦茨曾出现在NPR、CNN、WXEL-TV和BBC的电台和电视台节目中。他还曾在美国和欧洲的国际小提琴比赛中获奖。 

  

施瓦茨先生将他的表演生涯与小提琴教授的职位结合起来,他在哥伦比亚州立大学施沃布音乐学院担任小提琴杰出教授,并担任瑞士洛桑高等音乐学院教授。他经常在美国、加拿大、欧洲、亚洲和以色列的音乐学院举办大师班和讲座。