Like the rest of the world, I watch, horrified at the pain and loss that so many of us are experiencing. I look forward to the day that we can once again experience the joys of live human interaction. Until then, let us stay strong in our global solidarity
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Gwendolyn's annual four-concert series "Cocktail für die Musen" aspires to offer classical music fans a place to discover newness in the ‘mix’ and curious music-lovers an adventure for all the senses. The next concert takes place in 2021 in Bern Casino's Great Hall
Initiated by Gwendolyn and Finghin Collins, the National Concert Hall of Ireland hosts the third International Master Course in summer 2021. Over 32 Irish and international participants will have the opportunity to enjoy coaching from Gilles Apap, (violin), Finghin Collins (piano), Marc Coppey (cello),Máté Szűcs (viola), and Gwendolyn Masin (violin). In 2020, the course, in the face of the pandemic, moved online
Gwendolyn's GAIA Music Festival is 13 years old in 2021. Cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, it streamed only one concert for its 12th edition, still available online. In August 2021 the festival returns to live concerts
Gwendolyn's four-part series of articles for The Strad Magazine are woven around a holistic approach to learning and living as a musician. From the origin of human movement to the integration of somatic experience for the purpose of interpreting music, Gwendolyn builds a case for teaching human beings as a whole
“Violin Teaching in the New Millennium" is a collection of stories about music, violinists and violin performance – involving intrigues and anecdotes, revealed secrets and unpublished interviews given by some of the leading lights of the classical music world