Since winning the Indianapolis Competition in 2006, violinist Augustin Hadelich has built a reputation for musically astute interpretations in wide-ranging repertoire, much of it written in the 20th and 21st centuries. He speaks to Chloe Cutts about his latest recording – an unusual pairing of Brahms and Ligeti
German violinist Isabelle Faust is known for the precision and intelligence of her performances. She talks to Amanda Holloway about how her new album of Mozart sonatas has brought her face to face with the enigma of the composer’s musical language
In recent years, string players from South Korea have made headlines as the winners of numerous international competitions. German violinist–composer Viktoria Elisabeth Kaunzner speaks to South Korean colleagues and draws on her own teaching experience in the country to examine the phenomenon
In this video, violinist Rachel Barton Pine and her daughter, Sylvia Pine, visit WFMT, an FM radio station in Chicago, to inaugurate a new family-friendly request programme ‘Saturday Morning Listener’s Choice.’ Here they perform two works from forthcoming ‘Music by Black Composers Violin Volume 2’: ‘Such Thanks to Spirits’ ...