Classical Interviews – David McCormick

Photo by June Collmer

David McCormick is the executive director of the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival and artistic director of the Early Music Access Project. He spoke with WTJU about different violin styles across time and his work with the Early Music Access Project.

For more on David McCormick, visit DavidRyanMcCormick.com
For more on the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival, visit SVBachFestival.org
For more on the Early Music Access Project, visit EarlyMusicCville.org

These interviews aired as part of Classical Sunrise, weekday mornings from 7-9am.

Eston Hemmings’s musicianship

Jefferson’s Collection

Changing Violin Styles

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