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Look up violist in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. This is a list of Wikipedia articles on noted viola players. Notable violists A Julia Rebekka Adler (b.1978) Sir Hugh Allen (1869–1946), conductor Kris Allen (b.1985) Paul Angerer (b.1927), composer Steven Ansell (b.1954) Atar Arad (b.1945) Cecil Aronowitz (1916–1978) Dino Asciolla (1920–1994) B Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750), composer Vladimir Bakaleinikov (1885–1953), conductor, composer Michael Balling (1866–1925), conductor Alain Bancquart (b.1934) Rudolf Barshai (b.1924), conductor Yuri Bashmet (b.1953) Cathy Basrak (b.1977) Natalie Bauer-Lechner (1858–1921) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827), composer Sviatoslav Belonogov Mitrofan Belyayev (1836–1904) František Benda (1709–1786), composer Jiří Antonín Benda (1722–1795), composer Daniel Benyamini (1925–1993) Wilhelm Georg Berger (1929–1993), composer Yehonatan Berick (b.1968), violinist Mikhail Bezverkhny (b.1947), violinist Franz Beyer (b.1922) Alexandre Pierre François Boëly (1785–1858) Vadim Borisovsky (1900–1972) York Bowen (1884–1961), composer, pianist Máximo Arrates Boza (1859–1936), composer Frank Bridge (1879–1941), composer Benjamin Britten (1913–1976), composer Sheila Browne (b.1971) Bjarne Brustad (1895–1978), composer, violinist Christopher Buckley Peter Bucknell (b.1977) C John Cale (b.1942) Helen Callus Bartolomeo Campagnoli (1751–1827), composer, violinist David Aaron Carpenter (b.1986) Henri Casadesus (1879–1947) Gérard Caussé (b.1948) Eugenio Cavallini (1806–1881), violinist, conductor Eugène Chartier (1893–1963), violinist, conductor Roger Chase (b.1953) Franck Chevalier (b.1973) Wiesław Chorosiński (b.1954), organist, conductor Rebecca Clarke (1886–1979), composer Eric Coates (1886–1957), composer Paul Coletti (b.1959) Wayne Crouse (1924–2000) D Steven Dann (b.1953) Gyula Dávid (1913–1977) Tania Davis (b.1975) Brett Dean (b.1961) Jack Delano (1914–1997), composer Alan de Veritch (b.1947) Roberto Díaz (b.1960) Viacheslav Dinerchtein Napoleon Distelmans Paul Doktor (1919–1989) Dimitris Dragatakis (1914–2001), composer Karen Dreyfus Fyodor Druzhinin (1932–2007) Matthias Durst (1815–1875), violinist, composer Charles Dutoit (b.1936), conductor Lawrence Dutton (b.1954) Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904), composer E Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst (1814–1865), violinist Sila Eser (b.1979) Emilie Autumn Ernest van der Eyken (1913–2010), composer, conductor F Ralph Farris (b.1970) Watson Forbes (1909–1997) Cecil Forsyth (1870–1941), composer Lillian Fuchs (1901–1995) G Grigori Gamburg (1900–1967), composer, conductor Carlo Maria Giulini (1914–2005), conductor Bruno Giuranna (b.1933) Roland Glassl (b.1972) Rosemary Glyde (1948–1994), composer Rivka Golani (b.1946) Jonny Greenwood, lead guitarist of Radiohead Ebbe Grims-land (b.1915) H Veronika Hagen John Harbison (b.1938), composer Joseph Haydn (1732–1809), composer Willy Hess (1859–1939), violinist Raphael Hillyer (b.1914) Paul Hindemith (1895–1963), composer Alfred Charles Hobday (1870–1942) I Nobuko Imai (b.1943) Yuko Inoue J Leroy Jenkins (1932–2007) Otto Joachim (1910–2010), composer Matthew Jones (b.1974), violinist K Thomas Kakuska (1940–2005) Jurgis Karnavičius (1884–1941), composer Gilad Karni Kim Kashkashian (b.1952) Milton Katims (1909–2006), conductor Martha Strongin Katz (b.1942) Hugo Kauder (1888–1972), composer, violinist Nigel Keay (b.1955), composer Nigel Kennedy (b.1956), violinist Volker David Kirchner (b.1942), composer Dmitri Klebanov (1907–1987) Michael Klotz (b.1978) Garth Knox (b.1956) František Kočvara (1730–1791), composer Tosca Kramer (1903–1976) Alison Krauss Emil Kreuz (1867–1932) Michael Kugel (b.1946) L Michelle LaCourse Théophile Laforge (1863–1918) Édouard Lalo (1823–1892), composer Jaime Laredo (b.1941), violinist Steve Larson Lim Soon Lee Victor Legley (1915–1994), composer Harold Levin (b.1956) Avri Levitan (b.1973) Jodi Levitz Ernest Llewellyn (1915–1982), violinist, conductor James Lowe (b.1976), conductor Pál Lukács (1919–1981) M Jef Maes (1905–1996), composer Mat Maneri (b.1969), composer, violinist Michael Mann (1919–1977), violinist Jethro Marks Uri Mayer (b.1946), conductor Eduard Melkus (b.1928), violinist Felix Mendelssohn (1809–1847), composer Yehudi Menuhin (1916–1999), violinist John Metcalfe (b.1964) Miroslav Miletić (b.1925), composer Shlomo Mintz (b.1957), violinist Alexander Mishnaevski Pierre Monteux (1875–1964), conductor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791), composer Pedro Saglimbeni Muñoz Henry Myerscough (? –2007) N Philipp Naegele (b.1928), violinist Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan (b.1960) Oskar Nedbal (1874–1930), composer Paul Neubauer (b.1962) Václav Neumann (1920–1995), conductor Casimir Ney (1801–1877) Nokuthula Ngwenyama (b.1976) O Heiichiro Ohyama (b.1947) David Oistrakh (1908–1974), violinist Martin Outram P Niccolò Paganini (1782–1840), composer, violinist Ian Parrott (b.1916), composer Harry Partch (1901–1974), composer Ödön Pártos (1907–1977), composer Joseph de Pasquale (b.1919) Clara Petrozzi-Stubin (b.1965), violinist, composer Allan Pettersson (1911–1980), composer Cynthia Phelps (b.1961) Ashan Pillai (b.1969) Jocelyn Pook (b.1960), composer Diemut Poppen Ari Poutiainen (b.1972) Lawrence Power (b.1977) Milton Preves (1909–2000) William Primrose (1904–1982) Q Karl Traugott Queisser (1800–1846) R Julian Rachlin (b.1974), violinist Adolf Rebner (1876–1967) Ottorino Respighi (1879–1936), composer Paul Reynolds (b.1973) Frederick Riddle (1912–1995) Karen Ritscher Hermann Ritter (1849–1926) Carol Rodland Ernesto Rodrigues (b.1959), violinist, composer Alessandro Rolla (1757–1841), composer Antonio Rolla (1798–1837), violinist, composer Paul Rolland (1911–1977) Max Rostal (1905–1991), violinist Simon Rowland-Jones (b.1950) Miklós Rózsa (1907–1995), composer Thomas Ryan (1827–1903) S Luigi Sagrati (1921–2008) Philip Sainton (1891–1967), composer, conductor Hermann Scherchen (1891–1966), conductor Peter Schidlof (1922–1987) Franz Schubert (1797–1828), composer Joseph Schubert (1754–1837), composer, violinist Tibor Serly (1901–1978), composer William Shield (1748–1829) Oscar Shumsky (1917–2000), violinist, conductor Paul Silverthorne (b.1951) Hans Sitt (1850–1922) Scott Slapin (b.1974) Kay Slocum Peter Slowik (b.1957) Anton Stamitz (1750–c.1800), composer Carl Stamitz (1745–1801), composer Johann Stamitz (1717–1757), composer Scott St. John (b.1969) Jennifer Stumm Josef Suk (b.1929), violinist Jean Sulem (b.1959) Gusztáv Szerémi T Václav Talich (1883–1961), conductor, violinist Antoine Tamestit (b.1979) Anahit Tsitsikian (1926–1999), violinist, musicologist Jan Tausinger (1921–1980), composer, conductor Lionel Tertis (1876–1975) Marcus Thompson (b.1946) Katia Tiutiunnik (b.1967), composer Giuseppe Torelli (1658–1709), pedagogue, composer Walter Trampler (1915–1997) Michael Tree (b.1934) Karen Tuttle (b.1920) Michael Twomey (b.1963) U Chrétien Urhan (1790–1845) V Roland Vamos (b.1930) Jan Křtitel Vaňhal (1739–1813) Emanuel Vardi (b.1915) Maxim Vengerov (b.1974), violinist Robert Vernon (b.1949) Maurice Vieux (1884–1951) W Louis van Waefelghem (1840–1908) Ernst Wallfisch (1920–1979) Geraldine Walther (b.1951) Melia Watras John Webb (b.1969), composer Henryk Wieniawski (1835–1880), violinist Mark Wood Y Eugène Ysaÿe (1858–1931), violinist Z Lev Zhurbin (b.1978), composer Tabea Zimmermann (b.1966) Pinchas Zukerman (b.1948), violinist