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Nicole Crespo O’Donoghue visits the Sarasate museum in Pamplona, Spain, and plays the great virtuoso’s Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume violin, as well as taking a close look at a Gand & Bernardel which was his graduation prize from the Paris Conservatoire.
PABLO SARASATE´S VUILLAUME VIOLIN SOUNDS AGAIN
Pablo Sarasate´s Violin sounds again
110th Anniversary Pablo Sarasate
The city of Pamplona is going to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the death of the violinist and composer Pablo Sarasate with a program of cultural activities including music, film , guided visits and the renovation of Pablo Sarasates tomb starting from Wednesday the 19th till Sunday 23rd of September 2018.
The program begins on Wednesday 19 at 19:00 with the projection of the documentary produced and directed by Joaquín Calderón The King of the Violin.
The 20th September at 20:00 Concert with Nicole Crespo Sarasate´s Violin Sounds Again in which she will play compositions played on Sarasate´s own violin.
The rectial will be a didactic presentation with short notes about the violin Vuillaume and the methods and response of the violin. Nicole is accompanied on the piano by Mark Kinkaid
International Freelance Violinist
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How did you decide to become a professional violinist?
"I always knew I wanted to be a performer. I always felt at home on stage but when I was a teenager I had to make a hard decision because I always loved school (yes, I do admit it!) and I had the opportunity of going to medical school, neurology and cardiology always fascinated me. I had to decide whether to become a surgeon or go to London to continue my music studies at the Royal Academy of Music. I had sacrificed so much over the years, practicing many hours a day and concentrating always on my studies and so with the support of my parents (to whom I owe so much) I just went for it, I moved to London, I didn't know anyone but I had the determination to make it happen. Best decision I ever made!"
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer´s Stone
"Ah, Music", he said wiping his eyes.
"A magic beyond all we do here"!
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In conversation with Nicole Crespo O´Donoghue
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ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Page of a score in the hand of Gustav Mahler
Adagio from Symphony No 10.
Presented by Dr.Irene Hartzell, 16/09/2010, in honour of
Nicole Crespo to The Royal Academy of Music
University of London, UK: