a complete immersion into the art of music. Everyone helps each other and the performances are utterly exhilarating. Music@Menlo is like food for the musical soul. You leave a better musician, enriched and fulfilled.
Tag: music festivals
Dmitri Atapine, cellist
To survive in the modern classical music world, one must be able to play all styles and composers well, and when I get repertoire requests, I never shy away from a challenge or from an opportunity to expand my artistic palette.
Arnaud Sussmann, violinist
know your strengths and weaknesses, and find your true voice as a musician
Gloria Chien, piano
Don’t be afraid to make your own path – what awaits you on the other side will be the most rewarding!
Aaron Boyd, violinist
Certain works move me most deeply when I have the privilege to play them; Any of the Bach solo Sonatas and Partitas, Faure’s 2nd Violin Sonata, Bruckner’s Viola Quintet, Schubert’s G Major Quartet, Mozart’s G Minor Viola Quintet, Stravinsky’s Dithyrambe, and Bach’s Art of Fugue are particularly meaningful to me.
Music@Menlo at Meet the Artist
To coincide with this year’s Music@Menlo festival, an internationally acclaimed chamber music festival in the San Francisco Bay Area, founded by David Finckel and Wu