The Living American
Albany Records
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"A flawless example of Schwarz's rich playing and eclectic vision further solidify his position as one of the best modern-day violinists."
-Take Effect

"A virtuoso tour de force performance from Schwarz."
-Gramophone

"Schwarz's charismatic playing is the glue that holds such a disparate program together and apart from glorious tone and impeccable technique, it is the dynamism of his recreations of these new pieces that sets this disc apart."
-Music Web International

"Excellent violinist... remarkable technical skills and interpretive abilities"
-American Record Guide

"[Schwarz's] nearly ten-minute solo performance dazzles-calling it a tour de force is in no way excessive."
-Textura

Next performance:
May 25
English Reformed Church
Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Carnegie Hall in New York - Saint John's Smiths Square in London - Cairo Opera House in Egypt - Schwarz captivates listeners around the world.







"I believe music is one of the most powerful and least understood forces in the universe. Anyone who truly listens will ultimately be transformed by the music they hear."
- Timothy Schwarz





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What the critics say:

"A virtuoso tour de force performance from Schwarz"
Gramophone

"Good enough to be the only recording in your collection if you can only have one."
American Record Guide

"What the duo demonstrated was complete assurance, warmth of tone, and a relaxed ease in coping with any sort of difficulty."
Al Ahram Weekly (Egypt)

"The performance seems beyond reproach... [Schwarz's] technique is exemplary."
Herman Trotter, Buffalo News (USA)

"Bartok's Third String Quartet received an uncommonly fine interpretation... ensemble and intonation were above reproach."
Serafin String Quartet, New York Concert Review

"The performance is one of dreamy enchantment."
RPM (Canada)

"The Duo mixed energy with fluidity in sensitively recapturing African American blues and jazz sounds...
The players glided smoothly through the Sonata by Mary Howe."
The Washington Post (USA)

"Schwarz presented a magical violin."
Al Kawakeb Magazine (Egypt)