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.
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.
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