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Esther Kim's recent performance

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Hello, Maestronet friends,

I would like to inform you that Esther played Bazzini and Zapateado at the Kennedy Center as a part of artists representing the Jakobs School of Music, Indiana University on May 25, 2007.

She played at the end.

You can find and listen her playing at 27 minutes from the beginning.

http://www.kennedy-center.org/...ge=header_mil_video.gi

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realviolinilover
Any

comments?

Every violinist has their own interpretation and message they want

to express, and she certainly has that. If I listened to it many

times, I might realize it more and more. But, with the Bazzini,

what does she think about the crispy and excitable Heifetz

rendition? can she do it like that too (or even better, but in that

style)?

This is a side question, which interests me, because I like what

Heifetz sounds like with this one, although obviously one cannot

copy another completely otherwise that would look funny to

those who hear both.

Besides that, I suppose she must be becoming recognized by now,

atleast it would very nice if she was!

Any further comments? well, none of the expression and energy and

feeling which CAN go inside the violin should be dropped out (maybe

it's not).

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