Heifetz Videos of the Week
Video of the Week: Shimmer!
Claire Druffner leads a cello quartet in “Shimmer!,” a new work by fellow Shephard School of Music composition student Jaylin Vinson.
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.
Video of the Week: Transforming Dashed Dreams into a Musical Masterpiece
Zachary Brandon and Beilin Han perform the Sibelius Violin Concerto
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 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.
Video of the Week: A Lyrical Farewell to #Heifetz2021
Thank you, students of #Heifetz2021! Hear our entire “Class of 2021” in a hybrid performance of George Walker’s deeply affecting “Lyric for Strings,” seamlessly blended together.