In this video for Carnegie Hall, violinist Janine Jansen discusses her musical upbringing, her influences, and why she gravitates towards chamber music.
Jansen’s Carnegie Hall Perspectives series continues - find out more here.
Janine Jansen performs Brahms's Violin Concerto with the NHK Symphony Orchestra conducted by Paavo Järvi at NHK Hall in Tokyo, Japan in February 2016.
The Dutch violinist has been loaned the instrument by Norway's Dextra Musica foundation
A 13-year-old Janine Jansen demonstrates perfect control and a sweet, singing tone in Brahms's Third Violin Sonata at Indiana University's String Academy in 1991.
As one of the world’s most celebrated violinists, Maxim Vengerov has always been a dedicated educator. But, as he tells Charlotte Smith, his own education is a lifelong undertaking
In this video from WQXR, members of the New York based Limón Dance Company dance to Bach’s Chaconne played live by violinist Johnny Gandelsman (of Brooklyn Rider and Silk Road Ensemble).
The choreography is by the company’s founder José Limón.
To go with our August issue article on the most compelling arrangers of pop songs, we’ve brought together some of the best examples from recent years
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