Jorge Saade: una sinfonía de introspección a TEDxPeñas

Jorge Saade Is a violinist, a concertmaster, and a professor. Jorge is considered the foremost violinist of Ecuador and one of the best in Latin America.

Saade has performed concerts and recitals in 37 countries on 4 continents, appeared as soloist with major symphony orchestras in America and Europe. He has performed in prestigious venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Royal Festival Hall in London, the National Arts Theatre in Beijing, the Assembly Hall of Beirut, Mexico’s Palacio de Bellas Artes and the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires.

Jorge showcased his mastery of the violin in traditional songs from Russia – Two Guitars – and his homeland – Ecuadorian Dance by Enrique Espín Yépez. Each playful piece highlighted Saade’s virtuosity as his violin danced to the toe-tapping accompaniment of a lone piano.

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Performed at TEDxPenas.

  • Marcelo Rivadeneira

    The way Jorge Saade plays the violin inspires you to listen and watch him over and over again. Each sound is expressed with great passion and sentiment, it seems like the musical instrument is an extension of his soul.

    • Rafael Antonio Cestero Santiago

      I was fortunate enough to have met him many years and lucky enough to have him play Ave Maria at my wedding. Bravo Jorge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Marcelo Rivadeneira

    The way Jorge Saade plays the violin inspires you to listen and watch him over and over again. Each sound is expressed with great passion and sentiment, it seems like the musical instrument is an extension of his soul.