Meet Jakub.

Jakub and KeithJakub Trasak is one of the most talented and versatile violin players and producers of his generation. With more than 1000 solo and ensemble performances at such venues as Carnegie Hall, Boston Symphony Hall, Puerto Rico Symphony Hall, New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, Old Town Square, as well as three solo CDs and countless appearances on national television in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, and the United Kingdom, Trasak is a prolific performer and an accomplished artist.
Born in 1985, Trasak grew up in the Czech Republic. He began playing violin at three and his inborn talent for the instrument became quickly apparent. Before his fifteenth birthday, Trasak had recorded three solo CDs, performed hundreds of concerts, and appeared television in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, and the United Kingdom. He also several times attended the Mark O’Connor Fiddle Camp in Nashville, TN, where he studied with Mark O’Connor, Darol Anger, Matt Glaser, Buddy Spicher, Natalie McMaster, Rachel Barton, and Byron Berline, among other notable fiddlers.
Trasak earned a violin and vocal diploma at the Conservatory of Jaroslav Jezek in Prague, and in 2007, he won a scholarship to Berklee College of Music in Boston to study with the finest teachers in contemporary music. His mentors include Alain Mallet, Jamey Haddad, Dave Samuels, Christian Howes, Eugene Friesen and Walter Beasley.
In December 2009, Trasak won a competition to perform Mark O’Connor’s Double Violin Concerto alongside O’Connor himself during the launch of Berklee’s American Roots Music Program. Trasak composed his own cadenza for the performance. During his time at Berklee, Trasak also won the College’s composition competition, The Next Big String, and performed at some of the College’s most popular events, including Convocation, the Folk Festival, the Great American Songbook, a Concert for Haiti and the Singers Showcase.
While at Berklee, Trasak produced the first ever String Department Showcase in the history of Berklee College of Music. The show took place in Berklee’s grandest venue, the Berklee Performance Center, and featured 60 musicians from 13 Countries in 13 musical acts by small ensembles, highlighting the wide vocabulary and virtuosity of Berklee’s string students.
Jakub in the Piano Room Later on, Trasak became one of the founding members of the Rhythm Of The Universe, a musical collaboration that brings together musicians from 90 different countries to promote peace and unity through music and music education. Since the project’s inception two years ago, Trasak has produced and performed in such events as the project’s premier in Boston Symphony Hall, the Berklee College Of Music Gala, the Community Dispute Settlement Center Gala, the Tenth Anniversary of September 11th Commemorative Event Massachusetts Remembers at Boston’s Hatch Shell, and TEDxBoston. In addition to live performances, in 2011 Trasak also co-produced the “Anthem for the World” music video and the “All for Van” (Bizim eller Ne Guzel eller) music video that reached 50 million people in more than 160 countries.
Throughout 2012 and 2013 Trasak has continued to build upon his audio, video and production skills and expand his professional experience by working on such projects as Steve Oristaglio and The Berklee Full Circle Band Live at David Friend Recital Hall, SpeechLess Live at Scullers Jazz Club or Boston Rocks.

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Keith Asack

Owner and all things audio

Keith Asack holds a Berklee College of Music Production and Engineering degree and was named one of the South Shore's "40 Under 40." More

Jakub Trasak

All things production

Trasak is a prolific, talented and versatile violin player and producer. More

Kim Pfluger

All things marketing

Kim Pfluger graduated from Berklee College of Music Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Music in Music Business and also works for iZotope, Inc.