Ardenza Musical Heroes
A documentary project remembering some of the distinguished musicians who have had a major impact on the way we experience and perform chamber music
“Music never comes by itself. It has to be invited by painstaking daily work. Then, maybe, one day it will favor you.” Thus wrote Borodin Quartet founding first violinist Rostislav Dubinsky, who worked closely with Dmitri Shostakovich on the composer’s first 13 string quartets before leaving the Soviet Union in 1976.
First cellist of the Leipzig Gewandhaus and Boston Symphony Orchestras, Alwin Schroeder was also the cellist of the Kneisel Quartet. One of the earliest and most outstanding professional chamber ensembles in the United States.
A laureate of the 1956 Liszt and 1962 Marguerite Long international piano competitions of Budapest and Paris, Anton Dikov was one of the leading Bulgarian concert pianists of the twentieth century.
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