Heifetz Videos of the Week
Violinist Strauss Shi introduces us to another stunning violin piece by Chinese composer Chen Gang, author of “The Butterfly Lovers.”
Three selections from our annual “Bach Around the Clock” celebration in Staunton, back in person on Mar. 19, 2022!
Our newest crop of Heifetz Ensemble in Residence members – Liana Branscome, Strauss Shi, Steven Baloue, and Ben Fried – play Borodin’s gorgeous Nocturne.
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.
Heifetz alum Hannah Cho, the newest members of the Vienna Philharmonic. Hear her performs a breathtaking Poème in Francis Auditorium with pianist Beilin Han.
Heifetz 2021student Miranda Werner, joined by faculty pianist Sheng-Yuan Kuan, performs the first movement of the Violin Concerto No. 2 by Hungarian composer Béla Bartók
12-year old violinist Eunice Park plays the opening movement of Mendelssohn’s “Concerto from the Misty Heath” with pianist Seonmi Lee.
Carlos Rafael Martinez Arroyo, Nicco Mazziotto, and Seth Schultheis – perform the sublime Piano Trio No. 1 in Bb at the 2021 Heifetz Institute.
Melissa White makes her solo debut at the Heifetz Institute Celebrity Series with Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3, with pianist Rohan De Silva.
A sample of engaging quartet performances by Heifetz students from our weekly concerts at the Staunton-Augusta Art Center ranging from Haydn to Philip Glass!
Legendary cellist Laurence Lesser performs a profoundly personal and glowing interpretation of the Cello Suite No. 3 in C major, BWV 1009
Bassist Sam Suggs introduces and performs his own recreation of Haydn’s lost Contrabass Concerto with pianist Jessica Osborne.