Musical Heritage: Oscar Shumsky
For those of you, who is not only interested in listening the music but also to know about wonderful artists of all times.
This is a program made by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and originally aired January 25, Protected content .
Founding Emerson String Quartet member Philip Setzer, who was a student of Shumsky, hosts an evening devoted to the legendary violinist Oscar Shumsky ( Protected content ). Fellow Shumsky students Ida Kavafian and Eugene Drucker, Shumsky's recording producer Eric Wen, with special guest Eric Shumsky, the violinist's viola-playing son, join for an in-depth exploration of Shumsky's life. They shed light on the violin playing of this great master, who is too-often unsung and undiscovered, despite the frequent comparisons to only the most legendary of violinists, like Heifetz and Kreisler.
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