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Byron Duckwall

Byron Duckwall, the son of a conductor, played his first recital at 8 years old. At
17, he won a competition to perform the Saint Saens concerto in Chicago’s Orches-
tra hall. Soon after he won a scholarship to the New England Conservatory. Byron
studied with acclaimed musicians George Neikrug, Bernard Greenhouse, Lazlo
Varga, Robert Gardner and Daniel Morganstern. He has played hundreds of con-
certs in Carnegie Hall as well as Lincoln center.

Recently Byron has given ‘Advanced Techniques’
classes at Juilliard and the Music Conservatory at
Bard College. He teaches violin, viola and cello. His
students include concertizing violinists as well as
amateurs and beginners.

what critics say…
"a luscious sound tempered by a sensitive feeling for the music's rhythmic lilt and
subtly shifting colors.”
“The cello phrases were seamlessly supple and rich, evoking beauty and tragedy at
once…The cello’s expansion and enhancement of the searing theme is fervent and fasci-
nating.” Roberta on the Arts - New York
“Duckwall’s timing and resonance were exceptional!”

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