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    Paul Neubauer: Sentimental Work


    The US violist explores Joan Tower’s solo viola work Wild Purple, a testament to the close working relationship between the composer and the performer. From the November 2016 issue

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    Opinion: Go your own way


    Musicians today are encouraged to play it safe by a recording culture that encourages perfect homogeneity. But, writes violist Paul Neubauer, it is still possible for individuality to thrive

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    Newly discovered viola impromptu by Shostakovich performed by Paul Neubauer


    A previously unknown work by Dmitri Shostakovich, this viola impromptu was discovered in Moscow’s central archive last year and revealed on the composer’s birthday in September . In this video, violist Paul Neubauer and pianist Wu Han perform the piece at Music@Menlo, 

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    Aaron Jay Kernis: Dreamsongs


    Paul Neubauer (viola), Joshua Roman (cello), Aaron Jay Kernis (piano), Royal Northern Sinfonia/Rebecca Miller

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    Viola tailpiece snaps during concert


    This video has emerged from a concert which took place as part of the North Shore Chamber Music Festival in Chicago in June 2017. Violinist Vadim Gluzman and violist Paul Neubauer perform Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Danzmayr, when Neubauer’s tailpiece snaps, and a ...

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    The Strad Masterclass: violist Paul Neubauer on Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata


    ‘This is not bombastic Schubert. It is a gentle piece and it’s not about showing off - it’s about sharing music between friends’ ViolistPaul Neubauer speaks about performing the second and third movements of Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata to The Strad, and performs the work in the video above in an ...

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    Violist Paul Neubauer on working with conductor Leonard Bernstein


    Current Juilliard School viola professor Paul Neubauer served for six years as principal violist of the New York Philharmonic, where he worked with such conductors as Leonard Bernstein and Mstislav Rostropovich