Andrés Cárdenes has had an outstanding career as a solo violinist, conductor, chamber musician and former concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. He also holds the title of Distinguished Professor of Violin Studies and the Dorothy Richard Starling/Alexander Speyer Jr. Endowed Chair at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Music, and he is the co-founder and Artistic and Music Director of the Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami, a program geared towards educating young musicians in chamber music and solo repertoire. Maestro Cárdenes' conversation with Jim Cunningham focuses on the festival as well as Josef Gingold's legacy.
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Series: Voice of the Arts