New York String Orchestra: Jaime Laredo and Cho-Liang Lin Reminisce
Performing across the globe for more than five decades, Jaime Laredo has excelled in multiple roles as soloist, conductor, recitalist, pedagogue, and chamber musician. His education and development were greatly influenced by his studies with masters Josef Gingold, Ivan Galamian, Pablo Casals, and George Szell.
His stewardships of the annual New York String Orchestra Seminar at Carnegie Hall and the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis have become beloved educational pillars of the string community.
As Mr. Laredo prepares to lead the New York String Orchestra into its fifth decade of concerts at Carnegie Hall, he describes the energy and swirling excitement of his young players the first time they walk onto the Carnegie Hall stage; and orchestra alumnus and renowned violin soloist Cho-Liang Lin reminisces about the impact the program had on him as a young musician.