Live Online April 27, 2021
2-4pm (GTM-6) Mexico
The Festival de Música de Cámara de San Miguel de Allende and the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music are excited to announce that Joel Link, a violinist with the Dover Quartet will lead the next Master Class with two student violinists from Mexico.
The Dover Quartet, including Joel, joined the Penelope P. Watkins Ensemble in Residence at the Curtis Institute of Music in 2020. The ensemble, one of the most sought-after quartets in the world, have performed twice at the Festival in recent seasons to wide popular appeal.
Master Classes are central to the Festival’s mission, which offers, at no charge, high-quality music instruction to the next generation of Mexican students.
A Master Class with Joel Link,
Violinist with the Dover Quartet
Master Class Instructor
Mr. Link studied with renowned violinists Joseph Silverstein and Pamela Frank, and served as the Curtis Symphony Orchestra’s concertmaster for the 2009–10 season. He has attended music festivals across the globe, including the Ravinia Festival, the Marlboro Music Festival, and Music from Angel Fire.
Hear Joel and the Dover Quartet, featured in a recent performance of Olivia Rodrigo’s Drivers License.
Joel Link, photo by Rox Cox
Joel, a passionate performer and teacher, will work with Alberto Gamboa Enríquez and Emerson Duvaile Xicara, two students of Jorge Risi, a well-known and respected violinist in Mexico and professor at Universidad Panamericana. The students will receive instruction in technique and performance.
Register Today to View the Master Class
Reserve you seat and tune in with a global community of music lovers everywhere. The class will be streamed via the Zoom videoconference platform and conducted in Spanish.
For more details about the Festival’s music education program and upcoming events for the 2021 season, please visit festivalsanmiguel.com.