All Video articles – Page 11

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    Yo-Yo Ma rehearses for US Premiere with pipa player Wu Man

    2019-03-11T14:13:00Z

    In this video, filmed last week, Yo-Yo Ma and pipa player Wu Man rehearse for the US Premiere of Zhao Lin’s ‘A Happy Excursion’, Concerto for Pipa and Cello with the New York Philharmonic.

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    Barber's Adagio in original version from op.11 Quartet

    2019-03-09T12:01:00Z

    In this video, the Banff Competition winning Dover Quartet performs the Adagio from Samuel Barber’s String Quartet in B Minor, op.11 – a piece which has gone on to achieve huge popularity in its string orchestra arrangement as the Adagio for Strings . 

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    Andrei Ioniță – Oblique Strategies – album trailer

    2019-03-08T16:00:00Z

    Cellist Andrei Ioniță introduces his upcoming album ‘Oblique Strategies’, released on 15 March by Orchid Classics . Film by J.Blanch Productions

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    Nicola Benedetti receives CBE from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace

    2019-03-07T17:17:00Z

    Violinist @NickyBenedetti has been awarded a CBE for Services to Music, which she collected this morning at Buckingham Palace. pic.twitter.com/v8Fxijq9Ki — STV News (@STVNews) March 7, 2019 The Scottish violinist was made CBE in 2019 New Year Honours list and was today ...

  • Ellinor D’Melon
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    Ellinor D’Melon plays Kreisler Cadenza from the Brahms Violin Concerto

    2019-03-06T14:50:00Z

    Ellinor D’Melon plays the Kreisler Cadenza from the Brahms Violin Concerto, during a performance with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jan Latham-Koenig.

  • Schwarze
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    Making fine violins out of fungus-treated wood

    2019-03-05T11:04:00Z

    In this video we hear from the researcher Francis Schwarze, who, together with a Swiss violin maker has treated wood used for instrument making with Physisporinus vitreus, a white-rot fungus that attacks and destroys certain structures in spruce, in order to build violins that sound as fine as antique masterpieces. ...

  • Janine Jansen St Anne's
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    Janine Jansen at St. Anne's Museum in Lübeck

    2019-03-04T12:51:00Z

    That violin scroll behind the column belongs to Janine Jansen, portrait artist of this year’s Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, captured here testing out the generous acoustics at St Anne’s, Lübeck with a bit of Brahms (part of the festival’s promotional material).

  • Tango song and dance
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    Anne-Sophie Mutter with André Previn: 'Song' from Tango, Song and Dance

    2019-03-01T11:40:00Z

    Tango Song and Dance  for violin and piano, which Previn described as ‘lighthearted virtuoso pieces’, were written for Mutter in 1997 and recorded twice by the pair for Deutsche Grammophon releases in 2002 and 2006.

  • Leia Zhu
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    Leia Zhu plays Carmen Fantasie

    2019-02-28T14:48:00Z

    Twelve-year-old violinist Leia Zhu performs Franz Waxman’s Carmen Fantasie at the Strauss Municipal Conservatory in Akko, Israel on 15 January 2019. Conductor: Barak Tal Orchestra: Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble

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    Tomás Cotik performs Bach Largo in 'massive media' work

    2019-02-27T17:13:00Z

    As part of the Portland Winter Light Festival 2019, the facade of the PSU library becomes a canvas for the projected silhouette of violinist Tomás Cotik. Cotik explains: ‘ Ombra’ Musici , (english translation: Musician’s Shadow), is an interdisciplinary work of “massive media.” “Massive media” takes a media form, ...

  • With Nicky Equipment
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    ‘With Nicky’ 5: Equipment

    2019-02-26T12:00:00Z

    This week on her video journey, Nicola Benedetti is talking all things equipment: strings, shoulder rests, chin rests, her bow, her beautiful pegs and the violin itself. She also gives us a glimpse inside her violin case. She says, ‘Equipment is something that I have certainly obsessed over a ...

  • Hilary Hahn
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    Hilary Hahn plays Bach in 1997

    2019-02-25T13:38:00Z

    In this video from 1997 (first 21 minutes), the 17-year-old violinist performs Bach and gives an interview in which, amongst other things, she admits to knowing about 27 concertos off by heart. 

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    Violinist Philippe Quint on the music of Charlie Chaplin

    2019-02-22T17:05:00Z

    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 ...

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    12-year-old SoHyun Ko plays Paganini: Caprice no.1

    2019-02-22T12:05:00Z

    From the HeifetzPEG (Program for the Exceptionally Gifted) comes this video of 12-year old South Korean student SoHyun Ko playing the first Caprice by Niccolò Paganini. It was filmed on 26 July 2018 at a HeifetzPEG Showcase Concert at Mary Baldwin University’s Francis Auditorium in Staunton, Virginia.

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    A nosebleed won't stop plucky prodigy Christian Li

    2019-02-21T10:12:00Z

    Eleven-year-old Australian violinist Christian Li is captured in this video coming to the dramatic end of Saint-Saëns’s Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso while suffering a nosebleed. The performance with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in a free outdoor concert at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl was conducted by Benjamin Northey, who ...

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    In the workshop with luthier Noémie Viaud

    2019-02-20T12:08:00Z

    Violin maker Noémie Viaud in her workshop in Denmark, filmed by Nikolaj Lund. Viaud is featured in the Strad’s February 2019 ‘My Space’ column, discussing her workshop and career to date: ‘I’ve been based in Denmark for the past twelve years. I’m originally from France and learnt violin making ...

  • With Nicky Vibrato Part 2
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    ‘With Nicky’ 4: Vibrato Part II

    2019-02-19T12:00:00Z

    Following on from last week’s episode in her series of video tutorials, Nicola Benedetti is on to Vibrato Part 2, in which she progresses from easier to slightly harder vibrato exercises. She focuses on how to put some of last week’s exercises into practice with one of the most ...

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    Anne-Sophie Mutter wins the Polar Prize

    2019-02-18T15:00:00Z

    This video officilaly announces Anne-Sophie Mutter as a 2019 laureate of the Polar Music Prize, an annual award administered by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music since 1992. The prize, which includes 1m Swedish Krona (c. £86,000/$110,000) for each winner, is usually awarded to one classical and one pop ...

  • Jack Benny
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    Jack Benny with the secret of Stradivari

    2019-02-14T16:47:00Z

    Jack Benny, born in this day in 1894, was a television and radio entertainer from the 1930s through to his death in 1974. His career began as a violin playing vaudevillian and the violin remained a large part of his act.

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    Quicksilver Baroque: Fux Sonata a Quattro, K. 347

    2019-02-13T17:09:00Z

    The US-based early music ensemble Quicksilver Baroque performs a Sonata a Quattro (four parts plus continuo) by Johann Joseph Fux. Fux, who died 278 years ago today, is best known today for his treatise on counterpoint, the Gradus ad Parnassum , which the likes of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven ...