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Violin : Peyman Gol  Azar, Ali Tayebi

Music & Arrangement : Iman Hojjat

Singer : Iman Hojjat

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Today In Grateful Dead History: August 3, 1969 - Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco, CA

If you’re in the mood for a full fledged burst of free-jazz psychedelia, this is your show.  The Dead are joined on stage by a violinist (who may be David LaFlamme) and saxophonist (who may be Charles Lloyd)  – these things are murky – for a performance that defies convention, venturing way, way out there beyond the boundaries of the band’s typical 1969 schtick (which in and of itself was plenty out there to begin with). 284 more words

Grateful Dead

Review: Guest violinist Fain, conductor Canellakis illustrate great potential in Chautauqua debut

Guest Critic: Andrew Druckenbrod

Broadly speaking, all music is in perpetual motion. Even a rest is more like a leap from one note to the next rather than a stop, or it serves as potential energy preparing for dynamic sound to come. 800 more words


Juilliard Symposium - Kurt Sassmannshaus

Hello, all!

As summer winds down, I’ve been reflecting on my favorite topics from Juilliard’s Starling-Delay Symposium on Violin Studies. Kurt Sassmannshaus presented two dynamite pedagogy classes on technique, but his advice on practicing is what I’d like to discuss today. 224 more words


Morningsiders Live at Le Poisson Rouge

Okay so I might be biased considering that the core members of this group and I share the same alma mater. Yet that doesn’t make them any less talented! 390 more words