Posts tagged Classical with a Twist
Anthony Lane, luthier

While in graduate school, Anthony Lane left a promising career in paleo-anthropology in order to pursue a long-held dream to become a violin maker. In the fall of 1986, he became a Master Violin Maker. He currently lives on a small ranch outside Petaluma where he works and focuses on building violins, violas, and cellos, as well as the restoration of fine instruments from the past, living his dream of 40 years ago.

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Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra, string quartet

The Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra (PACO) is an award-winning youth orchestra for regional string musicians of high-school age and younger. At PACO, we believe that making music-and lifelong friends-is best achieved in an atmosphere of cooperation and teamwork. More than just learning how to play the notes, our students learn the real meaning and value of playing well with others.

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Keisuke Nakagoshi, piano

Keisuke Nakagoshi has received training from Emanuel Ax, Gilbert Kalish, Menahem Pressler and Paul Hersh and performed concert stages across the United States including the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and Hollywood Bowl. In 2014, he made a solo debut with San Francisco Symphony on Ingvar Lidholm’s Poesis with Herbert Blomstedt conducting.

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