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PABLO DE SARASATE'S VIOLINS
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.
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BBC Pep Guardiola interview his Music
One of the most endearing videos emitted by BBC over the weekend was that of Pep Guardiola, Manchester City manager on the six songs he choose that help him define moments of his life and career in an exclusive interview with Spanish journalist Guillem Balague for BBC
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The Anglo Spanish Society Review 228 Spring/Summer
In conversation with Nicole Crespo O´Donoghue
"La Revista" full interview:
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:
International Freelance Violinist
OperaUpClose Full Interview at:
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!"