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 […]

Daniel’s Picks – Top Violin Concertos

Continuing in our series of top pieces for violin, today I will share with you my three favorite top violin concertos. If you enjoy this post, you might also want to visit my selection of Top Violin Sonatas. Compiling my list was a really hard task for me to complete because I love many more that are […]

Daniel’s Picks – Top Violin Sonatas

Dear readers, Today I would like to introduce you to my list of top violin sonatas. There are, of course, many many more amazing pieces out there, but this is a great start for the uninitiated! I guarantee that after listening to these, you will be spellbound and will want much more. Be sure to […]

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 Vidui – Unaccompanied

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

Horovitz Dybbuk Melody

Violinist Daniel Broniatowski, D.M.A. performs Joseph Horovitz Dybbuk Melody in preparation for his March 30 concert, 2014.