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Listen to the secrets of the greatest musicians, artists and creatives of our time with interviews by Brett Yang. Brett is best known for his Internet Personality at TwoSet Violin and the Co- Founder of The Practice Journal. He has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestra musician around the world and is featured on no.1 New York Classical Radio Station WQXR.

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#28 Attila Pasztor, Products Manager at Thomastik-Infeld shares more about the wonderful process of string making among others

When Dr. Thomastik died at the end of 1951, Otto Infeld acquired the whole company. After his death in 1965 Margaretha Infeld took over the company together with her son Peter Infeld. Under the guidance of Margaretha Infeld the company not only found its present-day base in the Diehlgasse, but also became the leading supplier of strings for stringed instruments. Margaretha Infeld played an active role in the company until 1994 when her son Peter Infeld took over the sole management of the company. He led it according to family traditions up to his unexpected death in April 2009. The time after 1950 was marked by a growth of the company. The unrivalled striving of the founders for the highest quality formed the basis for that crucial innovation which was the starting point for the success of Thomastik-Infeld. Right up to the present day this innovation has significantly contributed to the company’s success: a string with synthetic core and flat wire winding. This product – the Domi...

26 MIN2018 DEC 2
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#28 Attila Pasztor, Products Manager at Thomastik-Infeld shares more about the wonderful process of string making among others

#27 Daniel Garlitsky, teacher at Paris Conservatoire and Managing Partner at DakApp

“A truly exceptional talent” (Benoît Duteurtre), “exciting, exact and subtle” (Neue Württembergische Zeitung), “confident” (The Independent), and “elegant” (The Times), violinist Daniel Garlitsky possesses “an exceptional and pure sound” (Ouest France), “incredible precision and character” (Dr K. G. Berg), and delivers “majestic interpretation” (Diapason). DG is descendant of a lineage of famous Russian violinists and pedagogues. His grandfather, Mikhail Garlitsky, was the founder of the «Step by step » violin method, still widely regarded as one of the best violin learning techniques. His father, Boris, winner of the Paganini competition, served as concertmaster of the Moscow Virtuosi orchestra and later of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Born in Moscow, Daniel Garlitsky began his musical studies (violin and piano) at the « Specialized Gnessin School » at the age of 6. Having settled in France in the early 90s, he continued his tuition at the Lyon Conservator...

43 MIN2018 OCT 21
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#27 Daniel Garlitsky, teacher at Paris Conservatoire and Managing Partner at DakApp

#26 Richard Lin talks about his love for watches and his musical life

Taiwanese-American violinist Richard Lin has already amassed a startling collection of top prizes at major international competitions, including First Prize and Audience Prize at 2013 Sendai International Violin Competition; Second Prize, Audience Prize, and Best Recital Prize at 2015 Singapore International Violin Competition; Third Prize and JJV Community Prize at 2015 Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition in Hannover; Fifth Prizes at 2016 International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition and 2016 Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition; and Second Prize plus the “Best Performance of New Zealand Commissioned Work” at 2011 Michael Hill International Violin Competition, among others. Lin has collaborated with numerous orchestras at celebrated concert venues. Of particular personal importance to him was his début at Tokyo’s Suntory Hall in 2014, where he performed with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and Norichika Iimori. Other orchestras he has worked with incl...

43 MIN2018 AUG 26
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#26 Richard Lin talks about his love for watches and his musical life

#25 Esther Yoo shares about recording film music, Z.E.N trio, and being the first ever artist-in-residence for the RPO

Can the world take yet another brilliant young female violinist? Yes, if that violinist is Esther Yoo” wroteThe Telegraphafter the violinist’s performance with the Philharmonia Orchestra in March 2016. Esther Yoo, the young American-Korean violinist, is the first ever Artist-in-Residence with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – a year long residency starting in 2018. Acclaimed for her “dark, aristocratic tone” (Gramophone Magazine) and “impeccable artistry” (South Florida Classical Review), Esther Yoo first came to international attention in 2010 when she became the youngest prizewinner of the 10th International Sibelius Violin Competition (aged 16), and from 2014 to 2016 she was a BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist, culminating in her BBC Proms debut. The 2017/18 season will see Esther debut with Orchestre National de Belgique, Orchestra Teatro San Carlo, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, and the symphony orchestras of Vancouver, Bay Atlantic, and Hawaii, in addition to retur...

29 MIN2018 JUL 19
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#25 Esther Yoo shares about recording film music, Z.E.N trio, and being the first ever artist-in-residence for the RPO

#24 Nathan Cole talks about orchestral auditions and different kinds of learners

Nathan Cole, First Associate Concertmaster of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, has appeared as guest concertmaster with the orchestras of Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Houston, Ottawa, Seattle, and Oregon. He was previously a member of the Chicago Symphony and Principal Second Violin of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. A native of Lexington, KY, he made his debut with the Louisville Orchestra at the age of ten while studying with Donna Wiehe. After eight years working with Daniel Mason, Cole enrolled at the Curtis Institute of Music. In addition to his studies there with Pamela Frank, Felix Galimir, Ida Kavafian, and Jaime Laredo, Cole formed the Grancino String Quartet, debuting in New York’s Weill Hall. Several summers at Marlboro enriched his love of chamber music. While in Chicago, Nathan taught at Roosevelt University and coached the Chicago Civic Orchestra. He is currently on the faculty at the Colburn School for the Performing Arts, with classes at the Colburn Conservatory and USC. H...

38 MIN2018 APR 12
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#24 Nathan Cole talks about orchestral auditions and different kinds of learners

#23 Noah Bendix-Balgley shares about his job as Concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic and talks about his 1732 Carlo Bergonzi

First Concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker,NoahBendix-Balgley has thrilled and moved audiences around the world with his performances. Since becoming a Laureate of the 2009 Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels and gathering top prizes at further international competitions,Noah has appeared as a soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Orchestre National de Belgique, the Utah Symphony, the Auckland Philharmonia, and the Nagoya Philharmonic. In 2016, Noahperformed the world premiere of his own klezmer violin concerto, Fidl-Fantazye with the Pittsburgh Symphony, conducted by Manfred Honeck. Recent and forthcoming highlights include his concerto debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in January 2018, recital tours in Taiwan, China, and Europe and performances of his klezmer concerto with orchestras in the USA and with the China Philharmonic, as well as his period instrument debut, performing the Beethoven Violin Concert...

40 MIN2018 FEB 27
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#23 Noah Bendix-Balgley shares about his job as Concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic and talks about his 1732 Carlo Bergonzi

#22 Nancy Zhou talks about the Dounis Method

Born in 1993, Nancy Zhou is a prize-winning violinist. Starting violin studies at the age of 4 with her father, she continued onwards with Miriam Fried at the New England Conservatory. She is now a last-year student studying literature at Harvard University. Nancy is a laureate of the 2012 Queen Elisabeth International Violin Competition and the 2015 Jean Sibelius Competition. As a solo musician, she has performed with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Finnish Radio Symphony, National Orchestra of Belgium, among others. In the approaching year of 2017, she will be making a twofold debut in China, soloing with the China National Symphony in Beijing and performing in several other cities on a tour with the Rostock Philharmonic. As a recipient of the Anne-Sophie Mutter Foundation, Nancy has collaborated with the German violinist on several occasions. Nancy made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2014 by performing the Bach Double Violin Concerto with A.S....

42 MIN2017 DEC 21
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#22 Nancy Zhou talks about the Dounis Method

#21 Sirena Huang talks about violin competitions and her teaching experience

Praised byThe Baltimore Sun for her “impeccable technique…deeply expressive phrasing…and poetic weight," Sirena Huang is one of her generation’s most celebrated violinists. She brings not only technical brilliance and powerful artistry to the stage, but also a profound sense of connection to her audience. Sirena has been the recipient of numerous accolades and awards. Most recently, in February of 2017, Sirena was awarded First Prize at the Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition and in March, she was awarded the winner of the New York Concert Artist. In 2009, she won First Prize Gold Medalist of the 6th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians. She won First Prize and the Audience Award at the Cooper International Competition in 2011. That same year, she was also named the first Artist-in-Residence of Hartford Symphony Orchestra. In 2013, she was awarded the Hannloser Prize for Violin at the Verbier Music Festival in Switzerland. She is also a top prize...

50 MIN2017 DEC 9
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#21 Sirena Huang talks about violin competitions and her teaching experience

#20 Arnaud Sussmann talks about sound and different teaching methods from the Russian and American school

Winner of a 2009 Avery Fisher Career Grant,Arnaud Sussmannhas distinguished himself with his unique sound, bravura and profound musicianship. Minnesota’sPioneer Presswrites, “Sussmann has an old-school sound reminiscent of what you'll hear on vintage recordings by Jascha Heifetz or Fritz Kreisler, a rare combination of sweet and smooth that can hypnotize a listener. His clear tone [is] a thing of awe-inspiring beauty, his phrasing spellbinding.” A thrilling young musician capturing the attention of classical critics and audiences around the world, Arnaud Sussmann has appeared with the American Symphony Orchestra, Stamford Symphony, Chattanooga Symphony, Minnesota Sinfonia, Lexington Philharmonic, Jerusalem Symphony and France’s Nice Orchestra. Further concerto appearances have included a tour of Israel and concerts at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, Dresden Music Festival in Germany and at the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. Mr. Sussmann has been presented in recital...

38 MIN2017 OCT 17
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#20 Arnaud Sussmann talks about sound and different teaching methods from the Russian and American school

#19 Jonathan Solars talks about how he became the Managing Director of Florian Leonhard Fine Violins, NYC, and talks about fine violins by Stradivari and Guarneri

Jonathan runs the New York shop of Florian Leonhard Fine Violins. Having studied the violin from an early age, Jonathan attended Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where he studied violin, baroque violin, and viola, and achieved a degree in Violin Performance. His tenure as Sales Manager for René A Morel provided the perfect education in the violin world. When Morel’s business closed in 2008, Jonathan formed his own consultancy, advising players, collectors, investors, and institutions, and completing numerous sales of top instruments in his own right. The opening of our New York shop in 2015 was a continuation of years already spent working together across the pond, and it is Jonathan's aim to proliferate the reach of Florian's expertise and to continue our track record of excellence working with musicians in the USA. www.brettybang.com www.instagram.com/brettybang www.facebook.com/brettybang SNAPCHAT: Brettybang

59 MIN2017 SEP 21
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#19 Jonathan Solars talks about how he became the Managing Director of Florian Leonhard Fine Violins, NYC, and talks about fine violins by Stradivari and Guarneri

Latest Episodes

#28 Attila Pasztor, Products Manager at Thomastik-Infeld shares more about the wonderful process of string making among others

When Dr. Thomastik died at the end of 1951, Otto Infeld acquired the whole company. After his death in 1965 Margaretha Infeld took over the company together with her son Peter Infeld. Under the guidance of Margaretha Infeld the company not only found its present-day base in the Diehlgasse, but also became the leading supplier of strings for stringed instruments. Margaretha Infeld played an active role in the company until 1994 when her son Peter Infeld took over the sole management of the company. He led it according to family traditions up to his unexpected death in April 2009. The time after 1950 was marked by a growth of the company. The unrivalled striving of the founders for the highest quality formed the basis for that crucial innovation which was the starting point for the success of Thomastik-Infeld. Right up to the present day this innovation has significantly contributed to the company’s success: a string with synthetic core and flat wire winding. This product – the Domi...

26 MIN2018 DEC 2
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#28 Attila Pasztor, Products Manager at Thomastik-Infeld shares more about the wonderful process of string making among others

#27 Daniel Garlitsky, teacher at Paris Conservatoire and Managing Partner at DakApp

“A truly exceptional talent” (Benoît Duteurtre), “exciting, exact and subtle” (Neue Württembergische Zeitung), “confident” (The Independent), and “elegant” (The Times), violinist Daniel Garlitsky possesses “an exceptional and pure sound” (Ouest France), “incredible precision and character” (Dr K. G. Berg), and delivers “majestic interpretation” (Diapason). DG is descendant of a lineage of famous Russian violinists and pedagogues. His grandfather, Mikhail Garlitsky, was the founder of the «Step by step » violin method, still widely regarded as one of the best violin learning techniques. His father, Boris, winner of the Paganini competition, served as concertmaster of the Moscow Virtuosi orchestra and later of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Born in Moscow, Daniel Garlitsky began his musical studies (violin and piano) at the « Specialized Gnessin School » at the age of 6. Having settled in France in the early 90s, he continued his tuition at the Lyon Conservator...

43 MIN2018 OCT 21
Comments
#27 Daniel Garlitsky, teacher at Paris Conservatoire and Managing Partner at DakApp

#26 Richard Lin talks about his love for watches and his musical life

Taiwanese-American violinist Richard Lin has already amassed a startling collection of top prizes at major international competitions, including First Prize and Audience Prize at 2013 Sendai International Violin Competition; Second Prize, Audience Prize, and Best Recital Prize at 2015 Singapore International Violin Competition; Third Prize and JJV Community Prize at 2015 Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition in Hannover; Fifth Prizes at 2016 International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition and 2016 Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition; and Second Prize plus the “Best Performance of New Zealand Commissioned Work” at 2011 Michael Hill International Violin Competition, among others. Lin has collaborated with numerous orchestras at celebrated concert venues. Of particular personal importance to him was his début at Tokyo’s Suntory Hall in 2014, where he performed with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and Norichika Iimori. Other orchestras he has worked with incl...

43 MIN2018 AUG 26
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#26 Richard Lin talks about his love for watches and his musical life

#25 Esther Yoo shares about recording film music, Z.E.N trio, and being the first ever artist-in-residence for the RPO

Can the world take yet another brilliant young female violinist? Yes, if that violinist is Esther Yoo” wroteThe Telegraphafter the violinist’s performance with the Philharmonia Orchestra in March 2016. Esther Yoo, the young American-Korean violinist, is the first ever Artist-in-Residence with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – a year long residency starting in 2018. Acclaimed for her “dark, aristocratic tone” (Gramophone Magazine) and “impeccable artistry” (South Florida Classical Review), Esther Yoo first came to international attention in 2010 when she became the youngest prizewinner of the 10th International Sibelius Violin Competition (aged 16), and from 2014 to 2016 she was a BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist, culminating in her BBC Proms debut. The 2017/18 season will see Esther debut with Orchestre National de Belgique, Orchestra Teatro San Carlo, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, and the symphony orchestras of Vancouver, Bay Atlantic, and Hawaii, in addition to retur...

29 MIN2018 JUL 19
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#25 Esther Yoo shares about recording film music, Z.E.N trio, and being the first ever artist-in-residence for the RPO

#24 Nathan Cole talks about orchestral auditions and different kinds of learners

Nathan Cole, First Associate Concertmaster of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, has appeared as guest concertmaster with the orchestras of Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Houston, Ottawa, Seattle, and Oregon. He was previously a member of the Chicago Symphony and Principal Second Violin of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. A native of Lexington, KY, he made his debut with the Louisville Orchestra at the age of ten while studying with Donna Wiehe. After eight years working with Daniel Mason, Cole enrolled at the Curtis Institute of Music. In addition to his studies there with Pamela Frank, Felix Galimir, Ida Kavafian, and Jaime Laredo, Cole formed the Grancino String Quartet, debuting in New York’s Weill Hall. Several summers at Marlboro enriched his love of chamber music. While in Chicago, Nathan taught at Roosevelt University and coached the Chicago Civic Orchestra. He is currently on the faculty at the Colburn School for the Performing Arts, with classes at the Colburn Conservatory and USC. H...

38 MIN2018 APR 12
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#24 Nathan Cole talks about orchestral auditions and different kinds of learners

#23 Noah Bendix-Balgley shares about his job as Concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic and talks about his 1732 Carlo Bergonzi

First Concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker,NoahBendix-Balgley has thrilled and moved audiences around the world with his performances. Since becoming a Laureate of the 2009 Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels and gathering top prizes at further international competitions,Noah has appeared as a soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Orchestre National de Belgique, the Utah Symphony, the Auckland Philharmonia, and the Nagoya Philharmonic. In 2016, Noahperformed the world premiere of his own klezmer violin concerto, Fidl-Fantazye with the Pittsburgh Symphony, conducted by Manfred Honeck. Recent and forthcoming highlights include his concerto debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in January 2018, recital tours in Taiwan, China, and Europe and performances of his klezmer concerto with orchestras in the USA and with the China Philharmonic, as well as his period instrument debut, performing the Beethoven Violin Concert...

40 MIN2018 FEB 27
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#23 Noah Bendix-Balgley shares about his job as Concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic and talks about his 1732 Carlo Bergonzi

#22 Nancy Zhou talks about the Dounis Method

Born in 1993, Nancy Zhou is a prize-winning violinist. Starting violin studies at the age of 4 with her father, she continued onwards with Miriam Fried at the New England Conservatory. She is now a last-year student studying literature at Harvard University. Nancy is a laureate of the 2012 Queen Elisabeth International Violin Competition and the 2015 Jean Sibelius Competition. As a solo musician, she has performed with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Finnish Radio Symphony, National Orchestra of Belgium, among others. In the approaching year of 2017, she will be making a twofold debut in China, soloing with the China National Symphony in Beijing and performing in several other cities on a tour with the Rostock Philharmonic. As a recipient of the Anne-Sophie Mutter Foundation, Nancy has collaborated with the German violinist on several occasions. Nancy made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2014 by performing the Bach Double Violin Concerto with A.S....

42 MIN2017 DEC 21
Comments
#22 Nancy Zhou talks about the Dounis Method

#21 Sirena Huang talks about violin competitions and her teaching experience

Praised byThe Baltimore Sun for her “impeccable technique…deeply expressive phrasing…and poetic weight," Sirena Huang is one of her generation’s most celebrated violinists. She brings not only technical brilliance and powerful artistry to the stage, but also a profound sense of connection to her audience. Sirena has been the recipient of numerous accolades and awards. Most recently, in February of 2017, Sirena was awarded First Prize at the Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition and in March, she was awarded the winner of the New York Concert Artist. In 2009, she won First Prize Gold Medalist of the 6th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians. She won First Prize and the Audience Award at the Cooper International Competition in 2011. That same year, she was also named the first Artist-in-Residence of Hartford Symphony Orchestra. In 2013, she was awarded the Hannloser Prize for Violin at the Verbier Music Festival in Switzerland. She is also a top prize...

50 MIN2017 DEC 9
Comments
#21 Sirena Huang talks about violin competitions and her teaching experience

#20 Arnaud Sussmann talks about sound and different teaching methods from the Russian and American school

Winner of a 2009 Avery Fisher Career Grant,Arnaud Sussmannhas distinguished himself with his unique sound, bravura and profound musicianship. Minnesota’sPioneer Presswrites, “Sussmann has an old-school sound reminiscent of what you'll hear on vintage recordings by Jascha Heifetz or Fritz Kreisler, a rare combination of sweet and smooth that can hypnotize a listener. His clear tone [is] a thing of awe-inspiring beauty, his phrasing spellbinding.” A thrilling young musician capturing the attention of classical critics and audiences around the world, Arnaud Sussmann has appeared with the American Symphony Orchestra, Stamford Symphony, Chattanooga Symphony, Minnesota Sinfonia, Lexington Philharmonic, Jerusalem Symphony and France’s Nice Orchestra. Further concerto appearances have included a tour of Israel and concerts at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, Dresden Music Festival in Germany and at the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. Mr. Sussmann has been presented in recital...

38 MIN2017 OCT 17
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#20 Arnaud Sussmann talks about sound and different teaching methods from the Russian and American school

#19 Jonathan Solars talks about how he became the Managing Director of Florian Leonhard Fine Violins, NYC, and talks about fine violins by Stradivari and Guarneri

Jonathan runs the New York shop of Florian Leonhard Fine Violins. Having studied the violin from an early age, Jonathan attended Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where he studied violin, baroque violin, and viola, and achieved a degree in Violin Performance. His tenure as Sales Manager for René A Morel provided the perfect education in the violin world. When Morel’s business closed in 2008, Jonathan formed his own consultancy, advising players, collectors, investors, and institutions, and completing numerous sales of top instruments in his own right. The opening of our New York shop in 2015 was a continuation of years already spent working together across the pond, and it is Jonathan's aim to proliferate the reach of Florian's expertise and to continue our track record of excellence working with musicians in the USA. www.brettybang.com www.instagram.com/brettybang www.facebook.com/brettybang SNAPCHAT: Brettybang

59 MIN2017 SEP 21
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#19 Jonathan Solars talks about how he became the Managing Director of Florian Leonhard Fine Violins, NYC, and talks about fine violins by Stradivari and Guarneri
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