Strings

Carol Ou
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NEC: Williams Hall

NEC Prep cello faculty member Carol Ou presents a diverse program of music for cello and other instruments with guest artists Mana Tokuno, Sam Ou, and Amy Galluzzo.

Sam Ou
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NEC: Pierce Hall
David France closes his eyes and plays his violin, with dappled evening light in the background.
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Roxbury Youth Orchestra founder David France is an alumnus of the Sistema Fellows program at NEC.
Josephine Mages poses with her first prize
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NEC Prep student Josephine Arnold Mages won first prize in the National Oldtime Fiddlers Contest Small Fry division (8 and under).
Alexander Hersh plays the cello
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The National Federation of Music Clubs has announced the four 1st prize winners at its 2019 Young Artist Competition in Greenwood, Indiana, United States, including alumnus Alexander Hersh ’15, ’17 MM.
Jonah Ellsworth headshot - Jonah smiles with cello
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Cellist Jonah Ellsworth ’12 Prep, ’18, ’20 MM studies with Laurence Lesser.
Zlatomir Fung with Maestro Nikolai Alexeev at the 2019 Tchaikovsky Competition
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Zlatomir Fung, age 20, has won first prize in the cello division of the XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition.
L-R: competition director Simon Pickel, competitors Joshua Brown, Karisa Chiu and Kaoru Oe, and competition artistic director Linus Roth.
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Brown studies with Donald Weilerstein and joins a legacy of previous NEC first prize winners.
Donald Weilerstein holds his bow over his violin and smiles while teaching a student
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The Strad explores NEC violin faculty Donald Weilerstein's unique teaching methods in a profile of innovative string educators.
Tao Ni
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TAO NI was born in Beng Bu, An Hui Province, China. He began his cello studies with his father at the age of eight and a year later he was enrolled in the Shanghai Conservatory Preparatory Division,...