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May 18, 2022
 Mid-week Journal

Interview with Violinist Johnny Gandelsman: This Is America

"There are literally thousands of voices in this country that deserve to, no - need to be heard on the concert stage." Laurie Niles talks with violinist Johnny Gandelsman, who has commissioned 22 composers from all across America to write works for solo violin for a collection called "This is America." This Thursday he'll perform a selection of them at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Teaching with Duets: Martha Yasuda's Duet Arrangements of Suzuki Books 1-8 and More

When a teacher plays duet accompaniments with a student, it provides opportunities that words can not. Here is Laurie Niles' 2014 interview with Martha Yasuda, who has created an astonishing number of duet arrangements - for all the Suzuki books, non-Suzuki standard violin repertoire, special occasion music and more. 
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The Week in Reviews, Op. 353

Our weekly roundup of reviews:
  • Rachel Barton Pine with Apollo's Fire
  • Pinchas Zukerman subs for Itzhak Perlman with the Houston Symphony
  • Daniel Hope & Paul Neubauer with New Century Chamber Orchestra
...and more!
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"As a string player, I struggled for years to find an effective way to clean my finger oil off my fingerboard after each play, until I noticed how wind players clean their instruments. I made this Tapered Cloth for my fellow violinists, and all string players!"
— Chenyi Avsharian
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