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Tonight! It’s Chamber Music Night with our Stars of Tomorrow! Pride of place goes to the 16 Heifetz students enrolled in the Ashkenasi/Kirshbaum Chamber Music Seminar, co-directed by violinist Shmuel Ashkenasi and cellist Ralph Kirshbaum.
Wednesday night Stars of Tomorrow Chamber Music concerts are generously underwritten by Chris & Betsy Little.
Support for our 2017 Heifetz Institute Festival of Concerts comes in part from the Virginia Tourism Corporation. … See MoreSee Less
Maurice Ravel called his new piece a morceau de virtuosité dans le goût d’une rhapsodie hongroise (“a small virtuosic piece in the style of a Hungarian Rhapsody”); his violinist friend Hélène Jourdan-Morhange more pithily declared it a Forêt d’embûches (“forest of pitfalls”) pour les violonistes. Ravel’s Hungarian fever broke out in 1922, when he heard the […]
Virginia is for music lovers, and nowhere is that more true today than in Staunton, Virginia, where the iconic LOVE sculpture has settled on the campus of Mary Baldwin University, the Heifetz International Music Institute, and every Saturday night in the summer, the Heifetz Hootenanny! Come check out the iconic sculpture betweand take a LOVEselfie […]
It doesn’t follow the plot, exactly, but you will hear some of Tamino’s Magic Flute and Papageno’s Magic Bells. – Violinist Ji-Won Song Our Video of the Week features 2017 Artist in Residence Ji-Won Song making some magic happen onstage at Francis Auditorium in Spanish composer/violinist Pablo de Sarasate’s devilishly difficulty “Concert Fantasy on Mozart’s […]