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September 29, 2021
 Mid-week Journal

Joseph Joachim Violin Competition Begins in Hannover, Germany

The 2021 Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition began Sunday in Hannover, Germany, with 31 violinists participating. Preliminary rounds started Monday; watch the competition livestream straight from this story. The competition will run through October 10.
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Is Your Bow Hold Too Complicated?

Some violinists have very unusual bow holds, and yet they make them work - Tossy Spivakovsky was one example. But that doesn't mean you have to adapt such complicated ideas for your own bow hold. By Paul Stein.
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Laurie's Violin School: Is It Okay to Use a 'Crutch'?

Are fingerboard tapes and other violin-learning aids okay to use? Laurie Niles argues that such learning aids can be helpful, when used thoughtfully.
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The Week in Reviews, Op. 322

Our weekly roundup of violinist reviews:
  • Benjamin Beilman plays Jennifer Higdon's Violin Concerto with Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Augustin Hadelich performs and conducts with Houston Symphony
  • Robyn Bollinger with Knoxville Symphony Orchestra
....and more!
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