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Emil Altschuler Violin Virtuoso
Sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Gayle Goodin

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In 2012, violin virtuoso Emil Altschuler performed in concert at the First United Methodist Church in Griffin. Emil's brilliant technique and vigorous performing energy captivated the audience. Many of the patrons who heard Emil have requested that he return to Griffin. In response to these requests, the Griffin Area Concert Association is proud to present Emil Altschuler in concert at the Griffin Auditorium on Monday, November 17, 2014 at 7:30PM.

One of America's finest virtuoso violinists, Emil Altschuler, performs at a world class standard and possesses a commanding stage presence. He received his Bachelor of Music from The Juilliard School and his Masters of Music from The Yale School of Music. Altschuler has received ovations in venues such as The Lincoln Center, San Francisco's Helen Von Ammon's Emerging Artist Series, The Aspen Music Festival, and Italy's Castello di Galeazza. As a featured soloist, he has appeared with the Aspen Young Artist's Orchestra, the Binghamton Philharmonic and the Binghamton University Chamber Orchestra.

Emil maintains an active career as a soloist and performs regularly with Belgian guitarist Jérôme Mouffe in the AM Duo interpreting Spanish, Tango, and contemporary works alongside classical masterpieces. Emil was selected by renowned author and violin pedagogue Janice Tucker Rhoda to record 'The ABCs of Violin for the Absolute Beginner' Books 1 and 3, and will record Book 5 next season for publisher Carl Fischer Music. His latest album will be released soon, including music by Albeniz, Falla, Ravel, Poulenc and Bartok.

At New England Conservatory, Emil has served as Head of Strings for the Festival Youth Orchestra and chamber music coach at the School of Continuing Education and Preparatory School. He is currently a community music instructor at Tufts University and violin coach for the Tufts Youth Philharmonic and has begun teaching bluegrass as an instructor at Northeastern University. He also maintains an active private studio in Cambridge, MA.

Emil's newest album has just been released and contains early 20th c. virtuosic Spanish/French works performed with gut strings, without a shoulder rest and influenced by old school masters like Erick Friedman, Jascha Heifetz and Fritz Kreisler. Includes works by Falla, Ravel, Albéniz, Poulenc, Bartók and Kreisler. Available at

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