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  • Ray Chen and Horses

    Horses enjoy a private Ray Chen recital


    Ray Chen plays Vivaldi as ‘A serenade to the horses for all the bow hairs I’ve broken’

  • leon Bosch

    Leon Bosch: clear and resonant harmonics on the double bass


    Achieving successful harmonics on the double bass, including both left hand and correct bowing technique

  • Fernández - Prelude + Bossa Nova No. 2 Alla Chitarra

    Fernández - Prelude & Bossa Nova No. 2 ‘Alla Chitarra’


    Composer Horacio Fernández writes: ‘In this virtuoso piece, the cello is asked to put the bow down and imitate techniques that are usually associated with the guitar such as the use of chords and fingerstyle technique. ‘With this, the cello proves once again its capabilities as a simultaneously harmonic ...

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    Boris Johnson on the kemence - a traditional Turkish stringed instrument


    Receiving a Turkish award in 2012 for his work as London mayor, Johnson was told of a belief in the Black Sea province of Rize that no one could become prime minister unless they could play the kemence, a traditional stringed instrument. Johnson had a go. It seems to ...

  • Leia Zhu and Amit Peled

    12-year-old violinist Leia Zhu plays Kodály with cellist Amit Peled


    12-year-old violinist Leia Zhu performs Zoltan Kodaly’s Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7 with cellist Amit Peled.  The performance was recorded live in Eilon, Israel, this month. Amit Peled has recently been appointed music director of CityMusic Cleveland. Read more here .

  • Classic Cellists at the BBC

    Classic cellists at the BBC


    Julian Lloyd Webber takes a musical journey through the BBC archives from the 1950s to the present to celebrate the world of the cello through some of its greatest interpreters. Includes performances by classic masters such as Paul Tortelier, Jacqueline du Pre and Mstislav Rostropovich as well as those by ...

  • Eric Charles Chen

    Eric Charles Chen recital final performance at Cooper Competition


    Eric Charles Chen was named winner of the Thomas Evon Cooper International Competition on Friday 26 July following a concerto final with the Cleveland Orchestra. This video captures his performance in the previous round, the recital final, in which he plays: Beethoven: Sonata No. ...

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    Borodin Quartet cellist Valentin Berlinsky’s granddaughter discusses her book


    Filmed on 17 July at the Royal Academy of Music, London, this discussion features Maria Matalaev presenting her book Valentin Berlinsky - A Quartet For Life. Berlinsky (1925-2008), was a founding member of the Borodin Quartet and its cellist and mainstay for more than six decades. A proud Russian ...

  • Stephan Koncz & Ödön Rácz

    Stephan Koncz & Ödön Rácz: Barrière Duo


    Cellist Stephan Koncz and bassist Ödön Rácz play the Allegro prestissimo movement from Jean-Baptiste Barrière’s Duo in G major for two cellos  

  • Sarah Chang

    Earliest video of Sarah Chang


    Grainy home video footage of what appears to be a very young Sarah Chang playing the Introduction Rondo Capriccioso. The uploader suggests that it was taken in the mid 1980s, when she would have been 5 or 6. If you have any more specific information, please do ...

  • Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival

    Janine Jansen: Do you ever dream of music?


    In this series of video from the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Janine Jansen, who is artist in residence for 2019, answers questions on her life in music

  • Shunske Sato

    Shunske Sato on the reconstructed Bach D minor Violin Concerto


    Violinist Shunske Sato discusses BWV 1052R violin concerto which he performed with the Netherlands Bach Society for the All of Bach YouTube series. The concerto is thought to have been originally written for violin but survives in Bach’s manuscripts only as a harpshichord concerto. For more information about ...

  • Jack Frerer - “Stutter Step” piano trio

    Jack Frerer - ‘Stutter Step’ piano trio


    Stutter Step, a new work for piano trio by Australian-American composer Jack Frerer, performed here by Kevin Zhu, Philip Sheegog and Tengku Irfan. Frerer says about the piece: ’Most of my music operates by presenting simple, memorable musical ideas, and then finding the most interesting ways to mess with ...

  • Augustin Hadelich Paganini

    Augustin Hadelich plays Caprice no.24


    The German-Italian violinist plays Paganini’s Capriccio no.24 as an encore on 23 November 2018 at the Helsinki Music Centre

  • Natsuho Murata CMIM

    11-year-old Natsuho Murata plays Saint-Saëns and Wieniawski


    Natsuho Murata, 11, from Japan, performs at the Concours musical international de Montréal’s ‘Mini Violini’ showcase in May this year. Murata plays Saint-Saëns’ Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso and the Scherzo-Tarantelle by Wieniawski. ‘Mini Violini’ saw five winners of international junior competitions, aged 10 to 14, invited to perform ...

  • Carlos Arcieri

    An afternoon with Carlos Arcieri


    Luthier Carlos Arcieri is seen in his workshop in this short film by Emilio Seri made in 2018. Arcieri worked Wurlitzer’s in New York under Simone Sacconi and alongside René Morel, John Roskoski, Dario D’Attili, Luiz Bellini, William Salchow, Mario D’Alessandro and Vahakn Nigogosianuntil the shop closed in 1974. ...

  • Lisa Batiashvili

    Lisa Batiashvili: Debussy Violin Sonata finale, with Milana Chernyavska


    Filmed live in Berlin at Deutsche Grammophon’s Yello Lounge in January 2018. Violinist Lisa Batiashvili and pianist Milana Chernyavska perform Claude Debussy’s Violin Sonata in G Minor, L. 140: III. Finale. Très animé

  • Dmitry Badiarov

    Closer to Nature – a documentary about violin maker Dmitry Badiarov


    The Russian violin-maker Dmitry Badiarov (based in the Netherlands) developed his love for carving wood after deciding to build his first sailing ship, aged 5. Since then his love for making violins has co-existed with his passion for sailing and the sea. In this film, which was presented at ...

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    Ida Haendel documentary trailer: The Haendel Variations


    In a special tribute to Ida Haendel, we are republishing archive content related to the late violinist, who died last week

  • Joshua Brown - leopold mozart competition

    Joshua Brown performs Tchaikovsky Concerto at Leopold Mozart Competition


    The competition-winning performance of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto by Joshua Brown in the finals of the Leopold Mozart Competition Augsburg. Featuring the Munich Radio Orchestra conducted by Domonkos Héja. Earlier in the video, Joshua Brown plays the Mozart Violin Concerto no.3 in G major K216. Video: Medienlabor Universität ...