The Heifetz 25-Year Advent Calendar
From a 1999 performance in Annapolis, MD, founder Daniel Heifetz introduces and leads his “Heifetz Classical Band” in the Grave movement of Chausson’s Concerto for Violin, Piano, and String Quartet, Op. 21.
Heifetz 2013 alumnus William Bender, newly a member of The Cleveland Orchestra, performs Elgar’s last major work – the Cello Concerto in E minor, on viola with faculty pianist Sheng-Yuan Kuan.
A fascinating feature on the first formal year of the Heifetz Institute from 1996 Howard County, MD. Featuring interviews with students Matthew Thorpe, Valerie Clemans, Matthew Horwitz, and Fidel Marchana.
12-year-old-violinist HyunJae (Hannah) Lim dazzles with the first movement of the challenging Violin Concerto in E minor by Russian composer Julius Conus, with the redoubtable Heifetz pianist Dina Vainshtein.
A heart-stopping performance of the Andante movement of the otherwise-turbulent Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34, one of the great masterpieces from the pen of German composer Johannes Brahms.
Now he’s an acclaimed composer and member of the Grammy-winning string band The Carolina Chocolate Drops; at the age of 16, cellist Macolm Parson was a first-time student and budding talent at the Heifetz Institute
We take you back to the closing concert of the Heifetz Institute’s very first season in Staunton, VA, home not only to the Heifetz Institute but to the world-famous American Shakespeare Theatre and its iconic Blackfriars Playhouse
Beiliang spent three summers as a student at the Institute before going on to take the top prize at the Leipzig International Bach Festival and eventually returning to Heifetz as an Artist in Residence and teacher.
Violinist Shannon Lee – who first came to the Institute as a 12-year old student, is all grown up and a global competition winner. She plays Beethoven’s Romance No. 2 at the 2021 Institute with faculty pianist Beilin Han.
“Why on Earth would a cellist want to get up and play the Bach Chaconne?” Heifetz institute faculty cellist Colin Carr has an answer that is both surprising and completely in keeping with the spirit of the Heifetz Institute.
19-year old Taiwanese cellist En-Chun (Eugene) Lin, and South Korea-based faculty pianist Seonmi Lee collaborate virtually (and masterfully) in the timeless first movement of Schubert’s “Arpeggione” Sonata
Daniel Heifetz and Carmen Balthrop Play, Sing, and Scat Vivaldi at the opening Celebrity Series concert of the 2004 season, the Institute’s third summer in residence at Brewster Academy.