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The Czech violin virtuoso Milan Al-Ashhab is dazzling audiences with his musical sensitivity and technical virtuosity. Milan appears at the renowned 74th Prague Spring International Music Festival (Czech Republic) in May 2019 for a sold-out concert recital in Prague’s 1,200 seat Rudolfium – Dvorak Hall.  

2019 also saw Milan make his guest debut in in the concert program of the Berliner Philharmoniker in the Chamber Music Hall with acclaimed Czech pianist and composer Adam Skoumal, performing works of Nathan MilsteinClaude DebussyFranz SchubertMaurice RavelAdam SkoumalHeinrich Wilhelm ErnstErnest Bloch and Franz Waxman

Milan Al-Ashhab made his New York American concert debut in August 2018 in the Merkin Concert Hall at the Kaufman Music Center. Previously, in May 2018 in New York, Milan Al-Ashhab was unanimously awarded First Prize at the New York Concert Artists competition.

In September 2018 Milan Al-Ashhab dazzled the Viennese music public with his performance of the Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor in Vienna at the Musikverein with the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. September 2018 also saw Milan begin awarded the First Prize at the Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition in Vienna.  Along with a monetary prize, Milan received an invitation for a guest solo performance with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra – plus a number of other important concert engagements and CD recording opportunity. 

Milan has performed recitals and concertos with orchestra’s both in the Czech Republic and abroad, he has appeared with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra performing the Shostakovich violin concerto with Czech conductor Jiri Belohlavek, the Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava, the Hofer Symphoniker, the Europera Jugend Orchestra, the L'Armonia Terrena, and others.

Milan’s repertoire ranges from Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Opus 77, and Violin Concerto No2 in C-sharp minor, Opus 129Prokofiev Violin Concerto No1 in D majoropus 19, and Violin Concerto No2 in G minor, Op. 63. Bartok Violin Concerto No2, BB 117Miklos Rozsa Violin Concerto, Op. 24. Violin concertos of TchaikovskySibeliusBrahmsBruchMendelssohnLaloJosef Suk Fantasy in G minor, Op. 24, and all Mozart’s Violin Concertos.

Milan Al-Ashhab has worked with renowned violinists as Shlomo Mintz and Ida Haendel, He has also garnered first prize victories at a number of prestigious Central European violin competitions. He was awarded First Prize in the Czech Republic’s prestigious Kocian International Violin Competition in 2006. And in 2007 was awarded the First Prize at the Georg Philipp Telemann Competition in Poland.  In 2017 he won First Prize at the Czech Conservatories Nationwide Violin Competition in Prague.

Milan is a graduate of the Most Music School (Czech Republic) having studied with Květoslava Hasilová, and from the Prague Academy of Music, where he studied with the Czech Republic’s leading violin teachers,  Ivan Štraus. He undertook post-graduate studies in Vienna at theUniversität für Musik und darstellende kunst (University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna) with Peter Schuhmayer.

Milan Al-Ashhab performs on a Francesco Gobetti (Venezia 1711) on loan from the Maggini Stiftung in Langenthal, Switzerland. 


Ernst, Bloch, Milstein, Tchaikovsky

H.W. Ernst, The Last Rose of Summer

N. Milstein, Paganiniana


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