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Heifetz International Music Institute
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Heifetz International Music Institute
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The Week Six Challenge

Your support today enables us to train the world’s most extraordinary young musicians while presenting an incredible 50+ concerts during our summer season.

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Meet the Students of #Heifetz2022

164 exceptional young musicians from 24 states and 16 countries.

Featured Programs

Announcing the Heifetz 2021 Season

2022 Festival of Concerts

Renowned faculty, special guests, and our world class students will be featured in 50+ concerts in venues across Staunton and throughout the Shenandoah Valley. Admission is free to ALL EVENTS for children 12 and under.

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The Heifetz Music Shop

Located in the heart of the Queen City’s historic district, the Heifetz Music Shop is your source for a wide variety of instrument sales, rentals, repairs, and lessons, with access to one of the largest inventories of musical instruments rentals in the nation.

Choch Full O' Bach

NEW! Crescendo

Have you ever dreamed of training with world class musicians while being simultaneously immersed in a stimulating academic and social environment? Here’s your chance for school-year study at Heifetz – now enrolling for Fall 2022!

Upcoming Events

Rubato: The Virtual Concert Hall

From the Heifetz Stage to Your Screen

Video of the Week

Video of the Week: Paganini’s 24th Caprice – Claimed by a Cellist!

14-year old cellist Nicholas Wong from Houston, TX performs Paganini’s devilishly difficult Caprice No. 24 at the 2022 Festival of Concerts.

Video of the Week: Transforming Dashed Dreams into a Musical Masterpiece

Violinist Zachary Brandon and pianist Beilin Han perform the opening movement of the Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47 at the 2022 Festival of Concerts.

The Heifetz AAPI Heritage Playlist

A selection of performances from the Heifetz stage of works by composers from the around the Pacific Rim in honor of AAPI Heritage Month

Video Of The Week: Bach and The King of Chorales

From Bach Around The Clock 2022, a shimmering performance featuring Heifetz faculty, alumni, and students of Bach’s Cantata 140, commonly known as “Sleepers Awake.”

Fame in Her Own Name from Fanny Mendelssohn

Violinist Yezu Woo, Cellist Noémie Raymond-Friset, and pianist M-A Broekaert, explore the Trio in D minor by Felix Mendelssohn’s sister Fanny Mendelssohn.

Video Of The Week: Time for Three (Pieces)

Cellist Noémie Raymond-Friset, joined by pianist Michel-Alexandre Broekaert, perform “Three Pieces” from 1914, by the legendary French teacher Nadia Boulanger.

Mystics, Muses, and Mothers

Violinist Yezu Woo and pianist Michel-Alexandre Broekaert perform the Sicilienne by von Paradis and Marietta’s Lied by Korngold.

Video Of The Week: Sunshine Over Tashkurgan

Violinist Strauss Shi introduces us to another stunning violin piece by Chinese composer Chen Gang, author of “The Butterfly Lovers.”

Video(s) of the Week: Bach Around The Clock in Back!

Three selections from our annual “Bach Around the Clock” celebration in Staunton, back in person on Mar. 19, 2022!

A Nocturne from the New HEIRees

Our newest crop of Heifetz Ensemble in Residence members – Liana Branscome, Strauss Shi, Steven Baloue, and Ben Fried – play Borodin’s gorgeous Nocturne.

Performance Archives

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