Written by Daniel Broniatowski
Published: December 9, 2014 at 6:02 PM [UTC]
'One of America’s finest up and coming virtuoso violinists, Emil Altschuler, performs at a world class standard and possesses a commanding stage presence. He received his Bachelor of Music from The Juilliard School where he studied with Dorothy DeLay and Naoko Tanaka and his Masters of Music from The Yale School of Music under master violinist, Erick Friedman, wrote of him: “…a very gifted violinist who possesses the talent and capability to become a truly outstanding violinist of his generation…and sound and accuracy of intonation that are truly extraordinary.”'
Why the wait? Our fantastic guest had been working on a recording featured on our podcast which was subsequently released. This took time, and, unfortunately, with the finished product came copyright restrictions. Therefore, after a much-anticipated finish, we could only share with you clips of 30 seconds in duration. Yet, we believe that you will enjoy the content of this podcast and you will enjoy hearing about Mr. Altschuler's highly interesting life.
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Podcast with violinist Emil Altschuler
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