In this episode, we sit down with Pablo Sánchez-Pazos, a violinist with the Akron Symphony Orchestra, to talk about his career in music, his first season with the ASO, what he has been working on during the past year, and more as part of our ASO Conversation series.
The episode concludes with Pablo’s solo performance of Bach’s Chaconne from Partita No. 2.
Pablo Sánchez-Pazos is a violinist based in Cleveland. Born and raised in Montemorelos, México, Pablo began his studies at a young age as a student at the Conservatory of Music in Montemorelos, during which time he was a prize winner of the national Tomás Ruiz Ovalle competition in Zacatecas, México.
As an avid chamber music player, Pablo enjoys playing chamber music with his quartet, Antares, and has received instruction from members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center as well as members of the Takácks, Euclid and Latinoamericano string quartets. Pablo has received fellowships to attend the Aspen Music Festival and the Rocky Ridge Music Festival.
Pablo is a graduate student at the Cleveland Institute of Music where he studies under Stephen Rose, as well as having chamber music sessions with numerous coaches, including Ilya Kaler, Keith Robinson and Si-Yan Darren Li.
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