Hilary Hahn: I learned it all from Russians

Hilary Hahn: I learned it all from Russians

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norman lebrecht

July 20, 2015

The signature American violinist, presently awaiting the birth of her first child, has written a beautiful piece about her two teachers, in Baltimore and Philadelphia.

Klara Berkovich was fresh out of Leningrad. Jascha Brodsky had come from Kharkiv, via Tbilisi and Paris.

Hilary writes: We musicians can chart our lineages like family trees. How our teachers lead us, much like how our parents raise us, defines our earliest self-identities, whether we follow or reject what we are shown. Thus, while continuing to define my own trajectory, I felt a strong desire to take a look back at where I began and what formed my awareness of what I might be able to accomplish in my lifespan.

Read the full story here.

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photo courtesy Hilary Hahn

Comments

  • Karen B. Lobel says:

    It’s a little unexpected content of the article after reading the title. I studied the life Brodsky, even wrote an essay about it, but I knew other information about Hilary. I hope my paper is still available on Trust my Paper and you can read it if you are interested.

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  • Paula K. Johnson says:

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