Maxin Vengerov, one of the members of the jury for this year’s Menuhin Competition in Geneva, here takes a masterclass with violinist competitors
Three students at the Royal College of Music reveal what it’s like to work with Maxim Vengerov, ‘one of the big legends of the violin’ on Beethoven’s Violin Concerto.
Ahead of Sotheby’s sale Rostropovich Vishnevskaya (November 28th), Sheku Kanneh-Mason went to the auctioning house to try out three of the cellos belonging to his musical hero.
In this video cellist Nicolas Cherniavsky explains why playing in the forest is unlike playing in any other space, and describes the ways in which the music reflects the qualities of the wood.
An article on ways to move around the fingerboard without upsetting your musical flow by Leo Phillips
Thomas Martin pinpoints some common technical problems for young bassists and insists that beginners shouldn't be restricted to playing in the lower positions. From the May 2014 issue
Using ‘difference tones’ to perfect your intonation when tackling double stopping passagework
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