Tully Potter is the historical consultant for The Strad.
Taiwan-born, American violinist Cho-Liang Lin took part in several of Isaac Stern’s late chamber music recordings. Here he shares his impressions with Tully Potter
Beautiful playing in a fascinating exploration of a 17th-century manuscript
Tully Potter reviews a ‘gendered re-evaluation’ of three female violinists: Maud Powell, Marie Hall, and Alma Moodie
Young Dutch violinists create a very lively duo recital
THE STRAD RECOMMENDSThe Strad Issue: February 2020Description: Amazing virtuosity but always at the service of the musicMusicians: Vadim Gluzman (violin) Johannes Moser (cello) Yevgeny Sudbin (piano)Works: Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio in A minor op.50 ‘In Memory of a Great Artist’. Babajanian: Piano Trio in F sharp minor (1952). Schnittke: Life with ...
Tully Potter reviews an account of the famed British foursome, penned by its cellist
Tully Potter reviews Thomas Wolf’s comprehensive biography of the 20th-century violinist
The Strad Issue: December 2019
The mechanics of string playing can be perfected at a relatively early age, but a youngster cannot have anything meaningful to communicate