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Born in 1972, the violinist Frédéric Pélassy has enjoyed an international career that has taken him to over fifty countries throughout the world. He gave his first concerts with orchestra at the age of twelve, completing his early training with a Prix d’Excellence at the ENM of Créteil, diplomas in chamber music and harmony, and a unanimous First Prize at the Concours inter-conservatoires of Paris. He went on to study with Sándor Végh at the Salzburg Mozarteum, then with Yehudi Menuhin and Alberto Lysy at the International Yehudi Menuhin Music Academy in Gstaad, and Walter Levin in Chicago, Mauricio Fuks in Montréal, and Sakhar Bron in Santander. He made his first recording at the age of sixteen and now has a discography that comprises more than twenty recordings, covering composers ranging from Bach to Debussy, with all the great masters of classical and romantic music.

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