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Kosower:Wickesberg:Turner - Low Strings Audition Training Seminar

Mark Kosower, Principal Cello of the Cleveland Orchestra, Jeffrey Turner, Principal Bass of the Pittsburgh Symphony and Andrew Wickesberg, violist of the Pittsburgh Symphony, discuss auditions for low string players.

Artists Bt_info_artist Mark Kosower Bt_info_artist Andrew Wickesberg Bt_info_artist Jeffrey Turner

Instruments Cello, Double Bass, and Viola

Recorded Date 05-11-2014