Minnesota Orchestra’s Roger Frisch plays violin during brain surgery


Minnesota Orchestra associate concertmaster Roger Frisch believed that his career might be over when he began to suffer with essential tremors, which affected his ability to bow smoothly. A common condition, the tremors are caused when the part of the brain which controls movement misfires, sending erroneous signals to the ...

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