As an interpreter I also feel a very strong sense of responsibility in communicating the scores I play, in being their voice, so the audience can hear them. I don’t think one can ever feel like they have “arrived” in this job. What is so thrilling is what is around the corner, and the hard work you need to be ready to get there.
Tag: female musicians
Kate Arnold, musician & composer
Performance is about connecting, so I try to communicate every piece as well as I can every time, whether it’s a brand new one or a more familiar piece
Gloria Chien, piano
Don’t be afraid to make your own path – what awaits you on the other side will be the most rewarding!
Joo Yeon Sir, violinist
Who or what inspired you to take up the violin and pursue a career in music? It was my parents and their love for classical
Elena Urioste, violinist
While hard work, focus, and perseverance are definitely necessary qualities on the path to a successful life in music — whatever that means to you — equally, self-care, compassion, and rest are vital ingredients to a sustainable life and career.
Yulia Chaplina, pianist
An authentic artist must have an interpretation they truly believe in, and that is what makes music such a unique and special art form.