“BACH” to the Future of Tone Production and Dynamic Contrast

November 9, 2017, ASJ 46.1
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American Suzuki Journal 46.1

Previously printed in American Suzuki Journal 46.1. Reprinted with permission. Copyright © 2017 Suzuki Association of the Americas, Inc.

Joseph Kaminsky

Joseph Kaminsky has been teaching violin for over forty years and has been a registered Suzuki Teacher Trainer since 1984. He is a frequent workshop and institute clinician and has taught at more than 350 such events, as well as at national conferences and workshops in Japan, Puerto Rico, Canada and Singapore. Mr. Kaminsky received his training studying with John Kendall, Roland/Amita Vamos, and Shinichi Suzuki. Formerly adjunct professor of violin at Webster University and the University of Missouri-St. Louis, he currently has taught twenty years for the Kirkwood School District. Mr.. Kaminsky is also Principal 2nd violinist with the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis and a member of the Cardinal String Quartet. Joseph Kaminsky was named MoASTA “Artist String Teacher of the Year” in 2014 and “Private Teacher of the Year” in 1999. He also is a regular contributor to the American Suzuki Journal.

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