“Classical music in America is dead.” The New Yorker examines this claim made by Mark Vanhoenacker. William Robin concludes in this article from January 29 that America’s admiration for classical music has been prevalent longer than most other cultural phenomena. We feel honored to have a picture of us picked for a piece of work arguing for the relevance and continuing excitement of classical music!
The Sion Festival hosts for the first time “A Feast of Duos”, a violin/piano duo competition with support and participation of IGUDESMAN & JOO. The contest will take place during the Sion Festival in August 2014 and winners will be awarded a range of prizes, including the IGUDESMAN & JOO prize for excellence and creative performing. Click here to find out about details of the competition and how to apply!
The end of the year is coming closer and there is no better way to give it a fine farewell than with the most exquisite New Year’s Eve gala concert in the whole world — IGUDESMAN & JOO with the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center, New York. Maestro Alan Gilbert will conduct this special event on December 31, 7.30pm. We will have a special guest on stage, too!
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