Maestro Musicians on Jordan Rich

Dear readers, Please find our Israeli Classical Music Concert announcement featured on the Jordan Rich Show below! You can listen to his show on WBZ 1030 AM. He can be heard Friday and Saturday nights from 12 AM – 5 AM in 38 states! Or, if you are not sure you’ll get the station, you can […]

Maestro Musicians on Books and Beyond!

On August 13, 2015, Ellen Myers of the Newton Library’s series “Books and Beyond” interviewed Daniel Broniatowski and Sergey Khanukaev about Jewish music and their upcoming concert of Israeli Classical Music on September 24. The roughly 30 minute segment concluded with a performance of Ernest Bloch’s Nigun from the Baal Shem Suite.  The interview is being shown throughout […]

Daily Violin Practice

A few weeks ago, I came across a source that claimed that the great Twentieth Century violinist Mischa Elman practiced daily until the day he died. We violinists are no strangers to daily violin practice or almost-daily practice, but I was really curious as to what it was that motivated him to keep going until […]

Bloch Baal Shem Suite

Here is some footage from the Adams Street Shul of our concert at Yury’s Piano Shop (339 Watertown Street, Newton, MA) on March 30, 2014. Pianist Sergey Khanukaev and I performed a benefit for the synagogue and had a great turnout. This is the Bloch Baal Shem Suite for Violin and Piano. Enjoy!

Bloch Vidui – Unaccompanied

Violinist Daniel Broniatowski prepares Bloch Vidui from the Baal Shem Suite for his upcoming March 30 concert, 2014.      

Jewish Music From Three Continents

Jewish Music From Three Continents                                                                                                    Dear friends, You might have wondered if we at Maestro Musicians have dropped off the face of the earth! Our Facebook page has been a little quieter than usual and our Twitter feed has been […]