presented by William Fitzpatrick - Video Violin Lesson
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Genre: classical, concert, instructional Skill Level: advanced Video Duration:1:01:48
Video Lesson Description:
Ravel's Tzigane: An historical and performance perspective.
Learn how to study and play the famous Tzigane for violin and piano by Maurice Ravel with this premium video lesson by Prof. William Fitzpatrick. Based on our exclusive Tzigane edition by William Fitzpatrick, this lesson is filled with violin technique tips, unique insights, and step-by-step instructions enriched with on-screen music examples, Prof. Fitzpatrick takes you on an unforgetable journey through history and violin technique.
About the Author:
William Fitzpatrick is an accomplished and well-known violinist and violin teacher.
He's a graduate of the Juilliard School, serves as the Henri Temianka Professor of Violin at the Hall-Musco Conservatory in Orange, CA, and sits on the boards of important arts organizations in Southern CA. He has taught violin masterclasses internationally, and his students have been accepted to some of the world's most prestigious music camps and institutions.
William has played and recorded alongside many well-known artists, including Itzhak Perlman, Elliot Fisk, and Emmanuel Ax. He has taken the stage as violin soloist with the American Symphony Orchestra and the Joffrey II Ballet; and under his baton, the Nashville Chamber and Symphony Orchestra, and the French L'Ensemble des Deux Mondes, have delivered highly-acclaimed performances.
William has published and produced numerous books and educational videos; and he is the founder of MusiShare Inc., and its Young Artists program, which provides educational and performance opportunities for some of the future's most promising musicians.