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Midori

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Midori
Longwood Gardens
Saturday 28,January 2023
8:00 pm
Saturday, 28 Jan 2023 @ 8:00 PM
55.00 55.00 USD
Midori
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Few children have the cognitive ability to decipher music, but classical violinist Midori Gotō demonstrated her natural musical abilities at the age of two when her mother, a violinist herself, discovered Midori humming a Bach theme she had been practicing days before. Midori recieved a 1/16 size violin for her third birthday and her mother immediately began teaching her how to play. She gave her first performance, one of the 24 Caprices of Paganini, in her native city of Osaka at the age of six. Midori and her mother moved to New York City where she auditioned with one of the most difficult violin solo pieces ever written, Bach's 13-minute Chaconne, for Julliard Pre-College and was accepted. Later that year, while stuyding violin under Dorothy DeLay, she made her performance debut with the New York Philharmonic. At the age of 13, she broke two E strings during her now iconic performance at the Tanglewood estate in Massachusetts, bringing her conductor to his knees in pure awe of her exceptional musicality. Midori resides in Los Angeles, where she continues to share her music with the public.
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