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Experience a summer at the Heifetz Institute from the vantage point of our #Heifetz2018 students. Enjoy the tour, and start making plans to see our students (and faculty!) in action at #Heifetz2019. Please SHARE & TAG if you were part of the action. ... See MoreSee Less
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#AlumniMonday - a brilliant job by the Heifetz alums who were featured in our recent Heifetz Spring Hootenanny 2019 and Bach Around The Clock concerts - Kiarra Saito-Beckman, Molly Wise, Ismael Ariel Guerrero Bombut, and Jingxuan Zhang. ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Beautiful weekend and salute to Bach!!!!!
We apologize that our webiste is offline as we undergo some updates. Well be right "Bach" (forgive us, as we're still buzzing from producing 12 hours of Bach's music this weekend). ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
And we're "Bach"!!!🎶🎶🎶
3 days ago
I'm sorry I was only able to be there for 3 hours. Each minute was terrific. Could have easily been distracted enough to stay the whole day. Great event!!
Our latest production examines a summer at the Heifetz from the vantage point of our students. Enjoy the tour, and start making plans to see our students (and faculty!) in action at #Heifetz2019! PS – Remember you can check out all of our Videos of the Week here! You can also check out our YouTube channel […]
Our big Bach marathon is back for a second year! Join us for a community-wide, FREE, marathon celebration of the music and majesty of Johann Sebastian Bach! On Saturday, March 23, 2019, our new Artistic Director (and Bach expert) Nicholas Kitchen will lead a delegation of Heifetz musicians to celebrate Bach’s birthday from 9 am to […]
Sure, March 1 marks the birthday of Fryderyk Chopin, known universally as the “Poet of the Piano.” But perhaps we should also called him the “Voice of the Violin.” Chopin’s first teacher was actually a violinist: Adalbert Zywny, who imparted to the boy both a lifelong love of Bach – and, in the word of […]
Quel primo, musicalissimo, elegante Capriccio in mi maggiore che e un formidabile biglietto da visita..,” – Italian musicologist Alberto Cantù “What a first, rnusical,, elegant Caprice in E major – a formidable calling card!” If you want to play the violin, you have to play Paganini. It’s just […]