No. 246, October 2015 - Free Download!
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No. 246, October 2015 - Free Download!

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Life¹s Lessons

Itzhak Perlman turns 70 and he¹s loving every minute By Martin Steinberg

Bar None

A New York State prison program is unlocking the power of music By Leah Hollingsworth

Future Perfect

Eco Ensemble kicks off the new Berkeley RADICAL series By Stephanie Powell

Neck & Neck

4 top-notch teens on competitions, performing, and artistry By Stephanie Powell

Self-Discipline Makes Musicians

When it comes to string music, success is achieved by one¹s own motivation By Sterling Elliott

The World on a String

This teen cellist is going to change the world through music‹one performance at a time By Sujari Britt

An Incredible Musical Life

The violin has opened the world‹and a musical future‹to this dedicated violinist By Kiarra Saito-Beckman

News & Notes

Violinist Simone Porter joins Dudamel for ŒImmortal Beethoven¹; 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition results; and more; plus Milestones, and 5 minutes with cellist Astrid Schween of the Juilliard Quartet

Strings 101

Better bowing-arm dynamics in 4 steps

Master Class

Cozying up to the galanterie dances in Bach¹s Solo Cello Suites, part III

Practical Musician

What musicians and teachers should know about hypermobility

Teaching Strings

How to use classroom assessment to bolster student‹and teacher‹performance

Strings Trade

A lesson from Biology 101 may help explain today¹s violin auction market; Benning Violins takes a star turn in new movie; and more

What¹s in the Case?

This 1716 ŒBooth¹ Stradivari violin inspires Arabella Steinbacher to be brave and colorful

Your Instrument

Aaron Rosand on strings and the never-ending quest for perfect tone

New Products

KK Baby Bass; Bow Hold Buddies Cellophant; AcuraMeister InSight violin & viola endpin; and more

Reviews

Onstage James Ehnes and his string quartet present early, middle, and late Beethoven at weeklong festival On Record A cello-and-kora duo for the ages In Print Contemporary composer-turned-poet shows sly sense of humor, and more

 


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