Heifetz Videos of the Week
Composed in 1827, the year before Franz Schubert died at the age of just 31, Winterreise is made up of 24 songs, written to texts by Wilhelm Müller. Its story, told in fragments and references...
In his lifetime, Carl Philip Emanuel Bach, the eldest of Johann Sebastian Bach’s composing sons, was far more famous, prosperous, and influential than his illustrious father.
The story behind the last of the six Op. 27 solo violin sonatas by Eugène Ysaÿe, dedicated to the Spanish violinist Manuel Quiroga.
“One cannot easily overlook the indelible love story that Messiaen shared with Claire. And all musicians — violinists in particular — are indebted…
The Borromeo String Quartet performs Jessie Montgomery’s “Strum” at the Heifetz Institute—”a piece that pulsates with pure energy and salutes American folk idioms and the spirit of dance and movement.”
“Hailstork pulls out all the stops here, literally (in the playing of the strings) and figuratively, turning the simple tune into something quite complex. In his very brief comments on this piece,...
The year in images from the Heifetz Institute 2022, a year that saw the resumption of our new Ensemble in Residence Program and our 6-week summer program
Our year-end “Heifetz Holiday Homecoming,” featuring Minchae Kim, SoHyun Ko violins; Jerome McCoy, viola, and Dilshod Narzillaev, cello and faculty pianist Allison Freeman
Violist Joseph Skerik and faculty pianist Tae Kim perform Eugène Ysaÿe’s passionate Extase, Op. 21 in concert at the Heifetz Institute’s 2022 Festival of Concerts
Dating from the 1600s, La Folia, translated as “folly,” or “madness,” is one of the most durable and downright maddening tunes in all of Western music.
The full student body of Heifetz2022 join together with faculty for the “Heifetz Band” performance of Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
Violinist SoHyun Ko and bassist Julide San with a bravura performance of Bottesini’s Grand Duo Concertante.