Former protégé David Carpenter attends the Rolex Arts Week-end, New York, November 2011.
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Protégé David Carpenter studies a score.
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Carpenter fell in love with the viola at age 12 after studying the violin for six years.
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During a lesson at the Canadian Arts Centre's Summer Music Institute, David Carpenter receives technical guidance from Pinchas Zukerman.
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Under the attentive eye of mentor Pinchas Zukerman, protégé David Carpenter works to refine his technique.
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David Carpenter, pictured with Pinchas Zukerman, tunes his viola. Geneva, Switzerland, 2007
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David Aaron Carpenter at the Geneva Music Conservatory.
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David Carpenter's viola case holds not only the instrument but also a collection of his photographs showing family members and special events in his musical career.
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On stage at the Victoria Hall in Geneva, Switzerland, protégé David Carpenter rehearses with musicians from Seiji Ozawa’s 2008 International Music Academy. 3 July 2007
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David A. Carpenter plays his viola during the Verbier Festival, July 2012
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July 2012 David Aaron Carpenter uses his talent to attract younger audiences to classical music.
July 2010 David Aaron Carpenter's debut CD has been widely praised by critics and marks a milestone in his quest to promote the viola.
June 2009 David Aaron Carpenter's first CD, a recording of the Elgar and Schnittke Viola Concertos, will be released in September.