Romanian violinist, composer and conductor George Enescu was born on this day in 1881.
Remembered as one of the most influential violin pedagogues of the 20th Century, his famed students included: Yehudi Menuhin, Christian Ferras, Ivry Gitlis, Arthur Grumiaux and Ida Haendel.
Enescu composed 3 Symphonies, 3 Orchestral Suites, 2 String Quartets, 3 Violin Sonatas, 2 Cello Sonatas, 2 Piano Sonatas and a sizable body of chamber ensemble works – and was the dedicatee of Eugène Ysaÿe’s 3rd Solo Violin Sonata.
GEORGE ENESCU | BACH | SOLO PARTITA NO. 2 IN D MINOR
The Canadian-based Rolston String Quartet has in recent years firmly established themselves as one of the most celebrated young chamber ensembles to emerge internationally.
Comprising violinists Luri Lee and Emily Kruspe, violist...