Making it big overseas: Enjoying every minute
Published on Jun 2, 2014 8:08 PM
Singaporean violinist Jonathan Ong, 27, does not aim to be remembered as a world-famous violinist.
"The people that I respect the most and remember most fondly are not just great musicians, but also great people," he says.
"So I want to be remembered as someone who is not just good in music, but also generous in spirit and kind."
Humble words from one who is enjoying a string of successes as a member of the Wasmuth (pronounced as "vas-moot") Quartet, the graduate string quartet-inresidence at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music.
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