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Violinist.com founder Laurie Niles, Creative Strings Podcast Ep. 13

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Creative Strings Podcast: Exploring Intersections Between Creativity, Music Education, String Playing, DIY Music Business, And Culture

“We can be kind to one another without comprising excellence…”

At the Heart of the violin world, Violinist.com founder Laurie Niles sits down with Christian Howes to discuss the start-up and success of one of the largest communities of violinists across all styles and experience levels. Scroll down to listen in on:Christian and Laurie

  • The exciting early days of the internet and the evolution of violinist.com as a medium
  • Characteristics of violinists and the violin community
  • Bridging the gap and finding common ground between beginners, teachers, elite players…
  • Things that are working in the business of classical music
  • What the classical vs creative violin communities share alike
  • much more

This episode is brought to you by the Electric Violin Shop, your one-stop shop for electric instruments, amps, gear, accessories, and most of all, expertise. Use code CHOWES at checkout and take 5% off of your order. Call 866-900-8400 to get your questions answered on all things electric strings..

It is also brought to you by Yamaha. I personally use the Yamaha Silent Electric Violin for it’s sound, durability, and playability. The Yamaha electric string line includes cello, viola, and bass, all of which are equally amazing.

 

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“We could be kinder to one another other without compromising excellence”

“The only shortcut is practice for ten years”

“Its easy to lose perspective… the most successful (violin soloists) don’t lose perspective”

 

“The trick is to continue to find that spark and keep it going”

“Most successful violinists have a love for many styles of music”

Clips in this Episode, featuring Christian Howes, Federico Lechner and Pablo Martin

Granados – Danza No. 5 – from the album Klazyc 

Blue Monk (Pt. 1) – from the album Jazz on Sale 

Paganini – Capriccio 24 – from the album Klazyc 

Falling Grace – from the album Jazz on Sale 

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“Creative Strings” initiatives with the founding of Camille Catherine, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the expansion and improvement of music education, with a focus on the development of curriculum and programs for classically trained string players and teachers to expand their skills as creative musicians.