Amandine Beyer is recognized as a reference in the interpretation baroque violin repertoire. Her recording of the Sonatas & Partitas by J. S. Bach in 2012, has been awarded the best international critics (Diapason d’or de l’année, Choc de Classica de l’année, Editor’s choice de Gramophone, Prix Academie Charles Cros, Excepcional de Scherzo....). The work in this masterpiece is being continued with the performance "Partita 2", choreographed and danced by Anne Theresa de Keersmaeker and Boris Charmatz.

And she is the teacher of Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

“Almost 20 years ago, I wanted a baroque bow. As I knew a viol player who had a bow made by Eduardo Gorr, which I found of incredible beauty, I decided, without having tried one of his violin bows before, to order one for myself... I went to Cremona to get it, Eduardo put it in my hand, and I have been playing with it ever since…

This bow has been accompanying me for so long that I can hardly imagine playing the music I love without this pen, this pencil, this brush, this magic wand in my hand. I also have two other of Eduardo’s bows that I use for other repertoires, and they all share this high quality of sound and a unique appeal that brings me great joy!!!”