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December 27, 2021 by
Vittorio Bellarosa (1907-1978) was the last of an unbroken Neapolitan tradition of violin making that had begun in the 17th century with Alessandro Gagliano (1665-1732). He was a prolific maker whose work is nearly exclusively devoted to Gagliano-inspired violins.
December 27, 2021 by
Gerald S. Feintuch (1942-2000) was an up-and-coming conductor whose life was cut tragically short at the age of 58. His personal violin, made in Naples by Vittorio Bellarosa, was donated to Guarneri Hall in his memory by his family for the growth and enjoyment of young musicians.
December 16, 2021 by
How can learning to swing dance make you a better chamber musician? Read about pianist Katherine Petersen’s very personal journey and its unexpected rewards.
October 20, 2021 by
Our Lost in Translation concert features two works that started life as vocal material before being adapted for instrumental ensemble. Instrumental adaptations have been undertaken countless times by some of the most famous composers in history, in a long tradition dating back to the origins of instrumental music. The ‘reuse’ and adaptation of music has come about from a range of considerations.

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