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This is the last concert of Lawrence Power’s West Wycombe Chamber Music Festival, which, owing to the pandemic, the violist has broadcast online this year. He says:
The Strads November issue talks to the Dover Quartet about recording Beethoven, and investigate the bow makers of Hollywood's golden age. Julie Lyonn Lieberman makes the case for teaching alternative styles from world cultures, and there's a look at luthier Carlo Bisiach's business in America.
Degrees is The Strad’s international guide to further education for string players. Find details of courses in 50 countries worldwide, including the main string teachers on each, to help you make an informed decision about where to study next.
String Courses is The Strad’s annual guide to short courses, masterclasses and workshops. Whether you are looking for double bass tuition in Texas or teacher training in Prague, you’ll find something for every interest, age, ability and budget here.
Detailed technical and musical guidance from some of today's leading violinists, violists, cellists and double bassists.
Top players introduce their chosen masterclass piece.
Sheet music marked up with the soloists' personal fingerings, bowing and musical ideas. Available when you purchase an issue or subscribe to The Strad. Print and digital options available.