The viola soloist JEANNE MALLOW has been hailed by the New York Times as, "the third generation of the remarkable string playing Fuchs family" and "a worthy successor to this tradition, playing with dusky aristocratic tone, exacting intonation, and a kind of conversational musicality that seems second nature." She has performed to consistent critical acclaim in major concert halls.
JEANNE MALLOW descends from a long line of distinguished musicians; Her grandmother was violist Lillian Fuchs, her great uncle was violinist Joseph Fuchs, and her mother is cellist Barbara Stein Mallow. The Strad stated that "she played with commandingly authoritative and natural musicality, and the virtuosic flair, vibrant rhythmic energy and keen, golden tone of a born performer."
Her former teachers include Josef Gingold and Paul Kantor. She was previously a teaching fellow at The Perlman Music Program, and now serves on the faculty of the Mannes College of Music, Preparatory Divison.
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