With a generous sound, soaring bow and masterful dexterity, Fabrizio von Arx is unquestionably an accomplished violinist... He has the earthy verve of a gypsy coupled with the refined elegance of a beautiful interpreter.

M.A. Pleines


When it comes to chamber music, the collaboration between Fabrizio von Arx and Bruno Canino spanning more than twenty years makes the duo particularly loved by audiences and critics alike, as does his work with partners Roberto Prosseda, Julien Quentin, Franco Petracchi and Finghin Collins.

Signed to RCA Sony Classical since 2013, his last two releases – “French Impressionists” with piano and “Live Recording in Prague” with orchestra – have been acclaimed by the international press.

His discography also includes the recording of the complete compositions for violin and piano by Prokofiev with Antonio Valentino, released by Nuova Era, as well as the complete sonatas by Schumann with Bruno Canino under the label Dynamic, which was awarded 5 stars by Musica magazine.

Fabrizio von Arx plays a violin Golden Period by A. Stradivari from 1720, given a new name by Cardinal Ravasi in September 2018, in Saint Mark's Basilica in Venice. "Madrileno" has now become the “The Angel” xMadrileno.


French Album
Works For Violon & Piano

Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1
De Sarasate: Carmen Fantasy

Prokofiev: Sonatas for Violin and Piano
Nos. 1&2 – 5 Melodies

Schumann: Violin Sonatas
Nos. 1 and 2 / Fantasiestucke