Episode 59: Interaction! A Revolutionary Approach to Connecting with and Captivating Your Audience
Upcoming Events: April 2 - Trio Settecento in a program of 17th Century English music at the Presbyterian Church of Barrington in Illinois, April 9 - Clement Concerto with the Netherlands Radio Kamer Filharmonie at the Concertgebouw, broadcast live on www.radio4.nl at 2:15pm Amsterdam time
Inquiries from my Inbox: Allison writes: “Knowing you are an awfully busy lady, I will get right to the point. I recently purchased your "American Virtuosa: Tribute to Maud Powell" CD, and absolutely fell in love with your rendition of "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," by John Rosamond Johnson. I have looked and looked, but I have not been able to locate the violin sheet music. If you have a moment, could you possibly recommend a site at which I could buy that particular arrangement?” Donors555 writes: Amazing performance of Dvorak’s Humoresque on YouTube, it was very cool. :) Can anyone send me, or tell where to get notation please?”
A conversation with violist and teaching artist David Wallace, author of “Reaching Out: A Musician’s Guide to Interactive Performance.”
total playing time: 01:31:23
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