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Mayumi Kanagawa & Giuseppe Guarrera

Music / Classical / United States of America, Italy

Presented by: Tonali

Mayumi Kanagawa is one with her violin. It only makes sense; the Japanese-American started to study her highly complex instrument at the age of four and today plays a 17th-century Petrus Guarnerius, courtesy of The German Foundation of Musical Life. Giuseppe Guarrera also had an early start: The Sicilian became one of the first graduates of the Barenboim-Said Akademie in Berlin under the aegis of Nelson Goerner. He's won the Tabor Foundation Award at the Verbier Festival and been selected by Young Classical Artists Trust. And all that before hitting 30.

Together Kanagawa and Guarrera have been breathing new life into the big names of Western classical music. Beethoven and Brahms, Schubert and Sibelius—their repertoire is impressively versatile, but always performed with a youthful dynamic that captivates even those who have taken no previous interest in classical sounds.

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