Romanian-born violinist Remus Azoitei is hailed in the international press as “a subtle and sensitive violinist” - The Strad with a “sparkling technique” - The Washington Post. Based in London, he has performed in such internationally-recognised venues as Carnegie Hall in New York, Konzerthaus Berlin, Bozar in Bruxelles, Kennedy Centre in Washington DC, Salle Gaveau in Paris and Wigmore Hall in London, to name a few. His recordings of the entire repertoire for violin and piano by George Enescu are widely acknowledged to have set the new standard for this composer. He completed his studies at the Juilliard School in New York and Royal Academy of Music in London, under the renowned guidance of Itzhak Perlman, Dororthy DeLay and Maurice Hasson. Remus is also a violin professor at the Royal Academy of Music. Appointed in 2001, he was then the youngest violin professor in the history of the Academy. He is a regular juror in such prestigious international violin contests as the George Enescu, Louis Spohr or Marktneukirchen and travels around the world performing concerts and giving violin masterclasses.
Charity concert for children with autism postponed
Sadly, the charity concert offered by the Ad Libitum quartet for children on the autism spectrum has been postponed due to the Coronavirus.
Remus plays a Stradivari violin
A wonderful 1695 Stradivari violin was loaned to Remus by F. Leonhard Fine Violins for his performances in 2020. Click here to enjoy Its incredible sound!
Great performance at the Romanian Atheneum, within the Royal Concert, attended by the members of the Royal House of Romania and its distinguished European guests!
Remus performed the Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso by Saint-Saens in a live televised concert, with the Royal Camerata Orchestra. He shared the night with such incredible artists as Alexandra Dariescu, Nelly Miriciou, Valentina Nafornita and Teodor Ilincai.
Delighted to return to Carnegie Hall in New York, celebrating 20 years of Azoitei/Stan Duo.
This performance was part of a 3-concert trip to the US including at Cosmos Club in Washington DC as well as Beverly Hills at the Beverly Wilshere Grand Hall.