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‘I try to teach the students to think for themselves’ – the singular teaching legacy of Dorothy DeLay
Dorothy DeLay was born on this day in 1917. In this excerpt from September 2017, Laurie Niles speaks to former students about the legendary pedagogue’s teaching methods
Violinist Philippe Quint signs with Wittenberg Artists
Champion of neglected works and new ways to programme music, Quint joins Wittenberg’s roster for worldwide general management
The Strad Podcast Episode #35: Philippe Quint on new ways to programme music
’We’re going through an incredible renaissance of invention’
Violinist Philippe Quint joins Columbia Artists management roster
The musician’s 2019-2020 season will include debuts with the Baltimore Symphony, Singapore Symphony and Thailand Philharmonic
Violinist Philippe Quint on the music of Charlie Chaplin
A trailer for Philippe Quint’s new album of arrangements of music by Charlie Chaplin. In the sleeve notes, Quint writes: Growing up in the former Soviet Union in early 1980s during its Communist era, meant that there was little access to art and artists from the West. We were ...
The Strad September 2017 issue
is out now
Celebrated American violin tutor Dorothy DeLay remembered by former students, including Itzhak Perlman and Philippe Quint
Violinist Philippe Quint tells a story about Dorothy DeLay
'What in the world was that?!' 'You didn't like that Ms DeLay?' Violinist Philippe Quint tells a story about legendary Juilliard School teacher Dorothy DeLay and her teaching methods. In The Strad's September issue, out now, some of today's leading performers speak about their most influential ...