You are just there once, and maybe you will never be invited back, so you have to give it your best all the time – to everybody’
Bomsori discusses graduating from the competition circuit to become an international soloist.
12 Ensemble How a London-based string group has forged an unconventional route to recognition.
There are some pieces that stay with you for life, and others you never want to play again’
Jennifer Koh gives a Masterclass on Tchaikovsky’s Souvenir d’un lieu cher.
We explore Cuban-born violinist Joseph White`s 1875 tour to the US, where he became the first black soloist to perform with the New York Philharmonic.
Gennady Filimonov investigates the , Knopf family of bow makers – a dynasty spanning 150 years.
Luigi Sisto examines how Vincenzo Postiglione, the most important Neopolitan luthier of the late 19th century, brought a personal touch to his copying.
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