Joseph White, who died 100 years ago this year, was one of very few musicians of African descent to achieve international renown in the 19th century as a composer and performer. Yavet Boyadjiev introduces his Six etudes op.13 as works of considerable pedagogical value
Emily Nebel and Christopher Janwong McKiggan, members of the US-based Rogue Ensemble, perform a violin and piano version of Arvo Pärt’s Fratres.
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Prokofiev’s First Violin Concerto provides myriad possibilities for interpretation – and Pekka Kuusisto takes inspiration from dreams, diamonds, the Beach Boys and Romeo and Juliet to find them. From the June 2018 issue
The 17-year-old Cuban/Jamaican violinist Ellinor D’Melon here performs the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto (second and third movements) in recital with pianist Vadim Gladkov at the Sony Auditorium in Madrid, Spain.
D’Melon is currently studying at the Reina Sofia School of Music in Madrid with Zakhar