From the Archives: Marcel Moyse
In terms of sound, color, and phrasing, Moyse exceeded what we were accustomed to hearing from wind instruments. He seemed to have magical powers.
From the Archives: Rudolf Serkin
In setting the standards and creating the structure for Marlboro Music, Rudolf Serkin opened new worlds for generations of exceptional young musicians.
From the Archives: Alexander “Sasha” Schneider
Alexander “Sasha” Schneider was a force of nature, a larger than life figure who had a passion for music and life.
A First Timer’s Impression of Marlboro
“Everything at Marlboro is modest, not grand or showy, and that modesty, I sense, is an inward, spiritual quality as much as a physical one.”
The Beethoven Choral Fantasy at Marlboro
In the vast communal memory of highlights at Marlboro, one work almost always enters into conversation.
The Glorious Strings: Galimir, Schneider, Casals
Reflections on Felix Galimir, Alexander Schneider and Pablo Casals.
Musicians at Play
A strong family spirit permeates Marlboro and envelopes all who attend.
Marlboro at Sixty
Guarneri Quartet violinist Arnold Steinhardt reflects on six decades at Marlboro.
The Value of Time at Marlboro
Marlboro “is a reminder that sometimes playing music doesn’t have to be about an end goal… sometimes the exploration and the love of the music itself is point enough.”
Violinist and scholar Philipp Naegele—one of the first young musicians to participate at the Marlboro—reflects on a Marlboro landmark.