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EXCLUSIVE: Premiere from Debut Album ‘Portrait’ by Itamar Zorman, Tchaikovsky International Violin Competition Winner

Itamar Zorman, photo by Richard Blinkoff

Whether on stage or in the recording studio, Zorman brings the requisite energy to the music of different centuries. Read More »

Classical Superstars Lang Lang and Joshua Bell Both Releasing New Albums September 30

Lang Lang at piano

Pianist Lang Lang's new double album is dedicated entirely to Mozart, while Bell's recording is all Bach. Read More »

Interview: Laurie Niles, Author of ‘The Interviews: Volume 1′

The creator of talks about her new book.

I love that helps teachers, violinists and students who might be geographically isolated to find colleagues. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Interviews: Volume One’ by Laurie Niles


A must for violin students and anyone interested in the world of violin music. Read More »

Interview: Liesel Soley, Author of Can You Be an Artist?

"Be true to yourself, maintain your integrity and do not let others throw you," says Soley. Read More »

Book Review: Can You Be an Artist? by Liesel Soley

Encourage your children to dream and be creative with this inspirational children's book. Read More »

Book Review: Wild Roses by Deb Caletti

An engrossing story and an interesting look at loving and living with musical geniuses. Read More »

Music Review: Stephane Grappelli – Stephane Grappelli Plays Jerome Kern

Grappelli takes on Kern. Read More »

Music Review: James Carter – Caribbean Rhapsody

Celebrating their decade-long collaboration, James Carter and Roberto Sierra meld jazz and classical styles on this “something for everyone” CD. Read More »

Book Review: Frederico, the Mouse Violinist by Mayra Calvani

A tiny mouse wants to become a violinist. Read More »