Indy Gold in 4A: Judith Ingolfsson, the 25-year-old Iceland-born violinist who two weeks ago was crowned as the winner of the quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, makes her first performance appearance since winning the gold right in our NPR studios. She joins host Martin Goldsmith to reflect on how she won the competition, her approach to music-making, and her plans for the future. Live in our studio, Ingolfsson and pianist Ronald Sat play "Schoen Rosmarin" (SH[O]N ROHZ-mah-rin) by Fritz Kreisler. (NPR)
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Indy Gold in 4A: Judith Ingolfsson, the 25-year-old Iceland-born violinist who two weeks ago was crowned as the winner of the quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, makes her first performance appearance since winning the gold right in our NPR studios. She joins host Martin Goldsmith to reflect on how she won the competition, her approach to music-making, and her plans for the future. Live in our studio, Ingolfsson and pianist Ronald Sat play "Schoen Rosmarin" (SH[O]N ROHZ-mah-rin) by Fritz Kreisler. (NPR)