In this video from Carriage House Violins and CelloBello, Paul Katz, New England Conservatory professor and former member of the Cleveland Quartet, discusses how not every great bow is right for every great cello
The American cellist and New England Conservatory professor shares a technical tip from his former teacher, the great János Starker
The New England Conservatory cello professor describes how to vary hand position to produce your desired vibrato sound
Cellist and conductor Amit Peled with his Peabody students and selected Mexican cellists perform for Festival de Musica de Camera de San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
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
Maxin Vengerov, one of the members of the jury for this year’s Menuhin Competition in Geneva, here takes a masterclass with violinist competitors
Using ‘difference tones’ to perfect your intonation when tackling double stopping passagework
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