The Strauss and Grieg sonatas on this album were both written in 1883, while Fauré's Élégie was premiered in that year.
Concert programmers and soloists must often summon their powers of persuasion to get new and obscure repertoire before receptive audiences.
Playing both violin and viola opens up a whole new world with many more possible roles
"I’m excited about this tune because I think it’s danceable, which is ultimately my goal anytime I play a fiddle tune."
Unfinished quartet from 18-year-old Bernstein is the focus of a new album on Parma Recordings
Invoke has delighted audiences and defied expectations with every new album
What if Wes Anderson and Larry David had a baby? And what if that baby played the cello?
By the early 1700s Alessandro Gagliano had settled in Naples and was making distinctive and somewhat quirky instruments
This 49-member ensemble includes 29 string players
His complete commitment to his deeply held beliefs resulted in a legacy that rings though the string world