Timpanist Jason Haaheim discusses how his studies in science and deliberate practice propelled his journey to the MET.
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Julie Landsman is one of the great horn players and pedagogues of this generation. On this episode she tells stories of her favorite memories. Click to listen!
Gregory Harrington, violin, discusses his exciting and varied career. Find out how he found new audiences and venues to explore. Click to listen!
Zoltán Fejérvári, winner of the 2017 Concours Musical International de Montréal, discusses nerves, programming, and the balance of work and life. Click to listen!
Violinist, Giora Schmidt is a dynamic performer and passionate educator. In this episode, we discuss the great moments that changed his life. Click to Listen!
Cellist Amit Peled, shares incredible stories from his journey as a musician, and finding his own voice in Pablo Casals’ cello. Click to Listen!
Jessica Phillips, is the 2nd/Eb clarinet at the Metropolitan Opera. Here she discusses her journey, audition nerves, and life in the pit, Click to listen!
Pianist, Jon Kimura Parker’s energy and enthusiasm are infectious! In this episode we talk about…
Jamie Barton, mezzo-soprano, has taken the world by storm. In this episode she talks about life after Cardiff, where she fell in love with music, and the power of storytelling. Click to Listen!
Clarinetist, Richard Stoltzman, has pioneered the many facets to his solo and chamber career. Here he shares stories about his life in music. Click to listen!