violinist


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violinist

a person who plays the violin
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Lovers of chamber music will have a glimpse of two Chopin favorites when pianist Mariel Ilusorio teams up with violinists Juan Muoz and Michael Vargas in a rare interpretation of Chopin's 'Piano Concerto No.
The virtuoso violinist, conductor and composer, will perform his concert programme under the name World Through the Eyes of a Violinist from 5pm until 8pm.
Ann Atkinson, the festival's artistic director, is delighted to be able to welcome a violinist of the calibre of Ye-Eun Choi.
CheapOair has partnered with Damien Escobar, a two-time Emmy Award-winning violinist, to give one lucky fan and a guest the chance to see Escobar perform live at the iconic, art-deco Wiltern Theatre on June 17, 2017, the company said.
The group's five core musicians include artistic director and violinist Sharon Schuman, pianist Victor Steinhardt, violinist Pilar Bradshaw, violinist and violist Holland Phillips and cellist Steven Pologe.
The violinist, whose dad John was a cellist in the Liverpool Phil, is set to appear later this month.
The heroine of the story is sixteen year old violinist Emma Braun and apprentice luthier.
The theme of this concert is all things North as this Northern Lights concert features Swedish conductor and violinist Tobias Ringborg in a programme of orchestral music inspired by the Scandinavian landscape.
A REVERED Birmingham violinist is turning his attentions to conducting as he strives to add new strings to his bow.
The Man with the Violin is fiction based on violinist Joshua Bell's real incognito concert in a Washington DC metro station.
The Coull's Britten celebrations will continue at the arts centre on Saturday, May 25, when they play his second string quartet, along with works by JS Bach and Purcell, at a morning concert joined by violinist David Le Page.
Just opened THE STARS Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman THE VERDICT An elegantly mannered and structured music drama charting a crisis facing The Fugue, a world famous classical quartet, made up of a young violinist (Mark Ivanir), his cellist mentor (Walken), a senior violinist (Hoffman) and his viola-player wife (Catherine Keener).