Emilie Haudenschild, violinista

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  • 1981-01-01
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Emilie Haudenschild was born in Basel on 8 February 1955 and studied first at the Music Academy of Basel, obtaining her teaching degree with honours in 1975 and a soloist's diploma in 1977. Further studies led her to the Juillard School of Music in New York. Upon her return to Switzerland, she gained two major awards at the 1979 Tibor Varga International Festival in Sion, and won the 1980 Soloist's Competition of the Swiss Musicians' Association. Since Emilie Haudenschild has made successful concert appearances throughout Switzerland, West Germany, France and the United States. Musical content 1. J. S. Bach: Andante (3rd movement). From Sonata no. 2 in A minor for Solo Violin Emilie Haudenschild, violin 2. Eric Gaudibert: Capriccio for solo violin Emilie Haudenschild, violin [...]

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0: [...] Live recording on the occasion of the Soloists' Competiton of the Swiss Musicians' Association in La-Chaux-de-Fonds on 30 August 1980 3. Ludwig van Beethoven: Allegro assai. From Sonata no. 8 in G major, op. 30 for violin and piano Emilie Haudenschild, violin; Kamen Kenov, piano Live recording on the occasion of the Soloists' Competiton of the Swiss Musicians' Association in La-Chaux-de-Fonds on 30 August 1980 4. Henri Wieniawski:
1: Brilliant Polonaise in D major, op. 4 for violin and piano Emilie Haudenschild, violin; Erika Kilcher, piano Production information Musica Helvetica. New Swiss Talents NST 7. Emilie Haudenschild (violin). Produced 1981 for SBC / SRI by Lance Tschannen.
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