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Anna Vaughan violin

Bachelor of Arts, music, City, University of London

Before my degree I enjoyed playing the violin but I’d never taken classical playing as seriously as I ought to have done. Over the three years I studied at City, my teacher built up my technique and gave me the confidence and freedom to take advantage of the opportunities on offer in London. I was attracted to the university by the emphasis the course put on collaboration with other musicians working in styles and genres from all over the world. I experienced this mostly from a performance perspective, working together with composers on projects that we both had a part in.

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About The Strad

The Shanghai Quartet celebrates its 35th anniversary and we hand on some yoga tips for string players. There’s an in-depth look at Stradivari’s working methods and Shostakovich’s violin works. Plus Maxim Rysanov’s Life Lessons and Rivka golani’s Sentimental Work