First Violin

Evgenia Pavlova

In the orchestra since 2018

Evgenia Pavlova is a goal-oriented musician as well as the Artistic Director & Concertmaster of Vienna Ensemble, an innovative up-and-coming musical organization. Born in Moscow, she started to play violin at the age of 5. Since 17, she has played all over Europe with orchestras as a soloist and concertmaster. In 2014, after graduating with honors from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, she moved to Vienna to continue her studies and develop her career on the European stage. She entered Musik und Kunst Privatuniversitat in Vienna for a Master’s Program with Lidia Baich, former student of Boris Kushnir.

Since 2013, Evgenia has been successfully collaborating with conductor Kristjan Jarvi; since 2015, she has been the First Concertmaster at Baltic Sea Philharmonic, an orchestra that performs full concert programs by heart and delivers an absolutely unique musical experience. As a tutor, she is constantly leading sectional rehearsals for strings and violins separately.

Evgenia has participated in the best European music festivals such as Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Young Euro Classics and Daniel Schnyder Festival (Linz, Austria); at the latter, she performed Piano Trio by Daniel Schnyder at Bruknerhaus Linz. Another outstanding experience in Evgenia’s career has been her position of the concertmaster at C/O Chamber Orchestra, which is a Berlin-based chamber orchestra without a conductor. She went on to become a constant member of the orchestra.

In August 2018, she was invited to Tarapaca Musica Festival (Iquique, Chili) to give master classes, educational activities and concerts there. In 2019, she was invited as a tutor and concertmaster to Ireland to participate in the Esker Festival Orchestra. After a successful tour with Teodor Currentzis and MusicAeterna in 2018, she has been regularly invited to work with them.

musicAeterna orchestra events

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Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-1902)

Alexey Retinsky
“Anaphora” for Symphony Orchestra (World Premiere)

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An event of Moscow residency

Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-1902)

Alexey Retinsky
“Anaphora” for Symphony Orchestra

An event of Moscow residency
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An event of Moscow residency

Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-1902)

Alexey Retinsky
“Anaphora” for Symphony Orchestra

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Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-1902)

Alexey Retinsky
“Anaphora” for Symphony Orchestra