In this video from the London-based Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, double bassist Cecelia Bruggemeyer introduces the – or as she more accurately puts its, ‘a’ – Baroque double bass
Subtly restrained period instrument performances prove that less is more
Cellist Jan Vogler explores the first movement of the first-ever sonata to give equal weight to both piano and cello
Violinist Gábor Takács-Nagy coaches Sirena Huang on Prokofiev’s Violin Sonata as part of a masterclass for the Classical Bridge Music Festival.
The Myaskovsky Cello Concerto remains a private pleasure for the US cellist, whose memories of Rostropovich remain an inspiration half a century later
Tuning your instrument will naturally pull your bridge out of position, so you need to overcome your fear of touching it – as well as knowing when professional help is needed, writes Adam Pelzer
The Arcadia Quartet’s violist Traian Boală discusses his experience of recording Bartók’s complete string quartets. Interview by Gavin Dixon
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