Music director Esa-Pekka Salonen, with a kind of sprightly grace, led the orchestra on a night of smiles and shimmering gowns
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Picture Perfect: When Communicating Musical Ideas and Cello Technique, a Little Imagery Goes a Long Way
Many of today's pedagogues are taking creative approaches to teaching—and playing—the cello, inspiring future generations to unleash their imaginations as well.
The company loans high-end violins to artists at little or no cost while providing patron-investors with a chance to own shares in the instruments
Starting from the string (SOS, or grounding one’s overall technique by focusing on the moment the bow first touches the string) is a critical tool in making playing both better and easier.
The process can be broken down into making clear goals, trying out specific methods to achieve them, and then immediately observing if the methods were helpful
Musicians create a signature sound. Composers do, too, obviously, and have over the centuries. Why not violin makers?
Mia Pixley’s Ripple Cello, Made with Luthier Andrew Carruthers, Pushes the Boundaries of Conventional Instrument Making
The Ripple cello blurs the lines between an electric and acoustic instrument.
Arctic, her Sony Records debut, is an ode to the natural splendor of Scandinavia and the man-made forces that threaten that wild place.
“It’s really not everyday repertoire,” admits Cellist Johannes Moser of his recordings of Martinů's cello sonatas. “I discovered that these pieces have such variety and depth."