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Like father, like son

Like father, like son. As regards classical musicians, that used to happen only in bygone days, didn’t it? In addition to his achievements as a conductor and composer, the famous painting of Leopold Mozart performing on violin with his young … Read More →


Takako Nishizaki plays Suzuki Evergreens Vol 1

Podcast: Takako Nishizaki talks about studying with Shinichi Suzuki

Although millions and millions of music students know the name Shinichi Suzuki, few of them have ever had the chance to me, let alone study with him. In this podcast, violinist Takako Nishizaki talks about being one of Suzuki’s first … Read More →


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Podcast: The Bach Cantata Pilgrimage

On Christmas Day, 1999, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, together with the Monterverdi Choir and the English Baroque Soloists, embarked on one of the largest performance/recording projects undertaken. The plan was to perform and record all 200+ cantatas by Johann Sebastian … Read More →


JS BACH Eternal Fire

Podcast: Eternal Fire – the Choruses of J.S. Bach

On Christmas Day 1999, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, together with the Monteverdi Choir and the English Baroque Soloists, embarked on one of the most remarkable musical projects ever undertaken. The began their “Bach Cantata Pilgrimage” in which they performed all … Read More →


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Podcast: An interview with Jason Vieaux (Extra)

Jason Vieaux is one of the busiest of all classical guitarists. He is also the Head of the Guitar Department at the Cleveland institute of Music. In this podcast, he talks about the guitar, and about performing the music of … Read More →