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Violinist Eszter Haffner on Right Hand's Fingers Motions

Enjoy the tenth and last teaching class from Eszter Haffner's new series "Sound Sessions," produced by Jargar Strings

Over the past weeks, The Violin Channel has presented a ten-part educational teaching series by violinist Eszter Haffner produced by Jargar Strings, entitled "Sound Sessions."

Eszter has covered topics including posture, left and right-hand technique, bowing, breathing, harmony and structure, and interpretation.

In today’s tenth and last video, Eszter discusses different exercises to improve vibrato.

 

Be sure to share the videos with your own students and friend!

 

Previous Episodes:

Vibrato

Right Hand Rotation

Right Arm Control

Finger Relaxation

Having Good Posture 

Left Arm Position

Perfect Sound

Left Hand Square

Tone and Echo

 

Born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1969, Eszter Haffner studied for 13 years in the Gifted Musician Class at the Budapest Liszt Ferenc Music Academy with Andras Kiss, Ferenc Rados and György Kurtag. After completing her studies in Hungary, she came to the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria, to study with Gerhard Schulz ( Alban Berg Quartet ) and Josef Sivo. She received her Diploma with unanimous distinction and a prize from the Department of Culture Vienna. In 1995, she completed postgraduate study in Holland with Viktor Libermann and Philip Hirschhorn.

She has been a prize winner in numerous international competitions: Concertino Praha, Koncz Violin Competition Hungary, Jugend Musiziert, Stephanie Hohl Vienna, International Chamber Music Competition Trapani, and Caltanissetta Italy. As a result of her successful career in the arts, she received Austrian citizenship.

Since 2002, she has served as a Professor of Violin at the KUG University of Music Graz, Austria, and since 2010, also at the Royal Academy of Music Copenhagen, Denmark. As a guest professor, she regularly taught at Royal College London, Liszt Academy Budapest, Aurora Stockholm, Sibelius Academy Helsinki, etc. Other teaching experiences include being an assistant to Prof. Gerhard Schulz and violin lecturer at the University of Music in Vienna, as well as being a violin and viola instructor at Neuberger Seminare, Casals Festival France, Danish Strings, Macau and Hong-Kong Festivals, among others.

Her recordings reflect her pervasive musical range, covering chamber and concerto works from Haydn to Eisler.

Eszter plays the 1750 "ex Hamma Segelmann" Violin by Michelangelo Bergonzi on loan to her of the Austrian Nationalbank. She is a member of  Haffner Strings, Haffner Trio, and "Aurora Chamber" in Sweden. She is a consultant for the Organisation Live Music Now, Vienna, founded by Lord Yehudi Menuhin. You can learn more about her, here.

 

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