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March 2016

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We report on the 2015 VSA/Oberlin Violin Makers Workshop, where 60 luthiers collaborated on a brand new model of violin.

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February 2016

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In a French-themed issue, cellist Gautier Capuçon discusses his series of masterclasses for postgraduates and we report on new research

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January 2016

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Leonidas Kavakos discusses the Sibelius Violin Concerto and we explore the life of Paganini’s protégé Camillo Sivori. There’s a close-up

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December 2015

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Baroque violinist Rachel Podger discusses the perils of scordatura and we a late-period Guarneri violin comes under scrutiny. Christian Tetzlaff

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November 2015

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In a North America-themed issue, we track the evolution of violin making in the US (with full-length photos of 10

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October 2015

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The members of the Pavel Haas Quartet discuss their love of Czech music, and we reconstruct Stradivari’s house and workshop

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September 2015

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Violinist Nicola Benedetti discusses her work with young players in our education special, while recent competition winners discuss their practice

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August 2015

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We talk to Itzhak Perlman, 70 this month, and investigate the story of America’s first female violin maker. Lynn Harrell

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July 2015

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We speak to the current members of the Borodin Quartet, celebrating its 70th anniversary this month, and reveal new findings

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June 2015

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We talk to the Carducci Quartet about its upcoming Shostakovich quartet cycle, and examine the career of Gregor Piatigorsky. There’s

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May 2015

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In a special edition to mark The Strad’s 125th anniversary, we look through the photo archives for some of the

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April 2015

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Simon Rattle discusses the Berlin Philharmonic’s characteristic string sound in a German speical, which also includes articles on cellist Anja

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