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Enoch Zu Guttenberg : Pinchas Zukerman & Marc Neikrug: Beethoven - Violin Sonata No. 9, Op. 47 (Kreutzer Sonata)

Pinchas Zukerman and Marc Neikrug in Santa Fe
performing

Beethoven - Violin Sonata No. 9, Op. 47 (Kreutzer Sonata)

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Pinchas Zukerman (born 16 July 1948) is an Israeli violinist, violist, and conductor. Born in Tel Aviv, to Yehuda and Miriam Lieberman Zukerman, Zukerman began his musical studies at age 4, on the recorder. His father then taught him clarinet, and he picked up the violin at age 8. Isaac Stern and Pablo Casals learned of Zukerman's violin talent during a 1962 visit to Israel. Zukerman subsequently moved to the United States that year for study at the Juilliard School, under the tutelage of Stern and Ivan Galamian. He made his New York debut in 1963. In 1967, he shared the Leventritt Prize with the Korean violinist Kyung-wha Chung. His 1969 debut recordings of the concerti by Tchaikovsky (under the direction of Antal Dorati, with the London Symphony Orchestra) and Mendelssohn (with Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic) launched a successful recording career that continues to the present day and boasts over 110 releases.
Zukerman launched his conducting career in 1970 with the English Chamber Orchestra, and served as director of London's South Bank Festival from 1971 to 1974. In the USA, Zukerman was music director of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra from 1980 to 1987. He later directed the summer festivals of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (1991–1995) and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (1996–1999). In 1999, he became Music Director of Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra (NACO) in Ottawa. In March 2012, the NAC Orchestra announced the scheduled conclusion of his music directorship in 2015.[5] He has served as Principal Guest Conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra since 2009.
Zukerman is on the faculty at the Manhattan School of Music and is the head and founder of the Zukerman Performance Program at the school. His former students have included Koh Gabriel Kameda, Julian Rachlin, and Guy Braunstein. In 1999 he founded the National Arts Centre Young Artists Programme, which counts young musicians such as Viviane Hagner, Jessica Linnebach, and Antal Szalai as alumni. In 2006 Zukerman began his involvement in the Rolex Artistic Mentorship programme.
Zukerman plays the "Dushkin" Guarnerius del Gesù violin of 1742. His honours include the King Solomon Award, the National Medal of Arts (presented by President Reagan in 1983), the Isaac Stern Award for Artistic Excellence, and an honorary doctorate from Brown University.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinchas_Zukerman

Marc Neikrug (born September 24, 1946) is a contemporary American pianist, conductor, and composer. He was born in New York City, the son of cellists George Neikrug and Olga Zundel. He is known for a Piano Concerto (1966), the theater piece Through Roses (1980), and the opera Los Alamos (1988). Among his notable recent compositions are the orchestral song cycle Healing Ceremony (2010), his Concerto for Orchestra (2012), and a Bassoon Concerto (2013).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Neikrug

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