Thu, 21 February 2013
Episode 68: Emoting with the Fiddle – Klezmer Violinist Yale Strom
Upcoming Events: February 13 – master class for the Youth Rock Orchestra in Little Rock, Arkansas, February 14 – recital with pianist Matthew Hagle in Little Rock, Arkansas (works by Beethoven, Villa-Lobos, William Grant Still, and Strauss), February 17 – recital with pianist Matthew Hagle in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (works by Beethoven, Villa-Lobos, William Grant Still, and Strauss), February 22 – Tchaikovsky Concerto with the New West Symphony in Oxnard, California, February 23 – Tchaikovsky Concerto with the New West Symphony in Thousand Oaks, California, February 24 – Tchaikovsky Concerto with the New West Symphony in Santa Monica, California
Inquiries from my Inbox: Bruno asks: “Where can I find the solo part for the Clement Violin Concerto?” Ann asks: “Do you sometimes call yourself a fiddler? How does one distinguish? And does it matter to you what they call you when you play fiddle music?”
Random Musical Thought: A violinist can’t be a true vegan.
Main Topic: A conversation with Yale Strom: klezmer violinist, ethnomusicologist, and classical composer. Includes a performance of the third movement of his string quartet, “In The Memory Of…” For more information about Yale Strom, please visit www.yalestrom.com
Total playing time: 01:25:57
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