Corinne Chapelle (b. 5 August 1976 in California) is an American classical violinist. Born to a French father and a Tunisian mother, Chapelle was raised in Southern California.
Toscha Seidel (November 17, 1899 – November 15, 1962) was a Russian virtuoso violinist, born in Odessa. A student of Leopold Auer in St. Petersburg, Seidel became known for a lush, romantic tone and unique and free rubato. In the 1930s he emigrated to the United States, making his way to Hollywood where he made a career in the studios of motion pictures. He was featured (as soloist) in several Hollywood productions, including the movies Intermezzo, Apomethe,  and Melody for Three . He was also an avid chess player (like Mischa Elman).
Ani Kavafian (born May 10, 1948, Istanbul) is a classical violinist and professor at the Yale School of Music.
Hugo Kortschak (28 February 1884 Graz, Austria – 19 September 1957), was an Austrian-born American violinist who was a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra from 1907 until 1914 (serving as assistant concertmaster from 1910 until 1914), founding member of the Berkshire String Quartet, and Dean of Music at Yale University.
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