Photos 

Young Erick Friedman with his first violin teacher, Samuel Applebaum.

Erick Friedman with the conductor, Leopold Stokowski.

Erick Friedman recording the Bach Concerto for Two Violins with Jascha Heifetz.

Lesson with Heifetz.

Cover for Erick Friedman's RCA debut album with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Erick Friedman with Muhammad Ali.

1960's publicity shot.

The album cover for the Grammy Award winning recording of the Debussy and Franck sonatas with renowned pianist, composer, and conductor Andre Previn.

Erick Friedman rehearsing the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert Von Karajan.

Erick Friedman teaching in his Yale studio.

Erick Friedman with friends and fellow colleagues (from left to right); Stephen Kates, Claude Frank, Jesse Levine, and Erick Friedman.

Erick Friedman receiving the 2000 Ignace J. Paderewski Award for Distinguished Contributions to Society and Culture at the Polish Embassy in Washington D.C.

Erick Friedman performing in Los Angeles (2000) on an Antonio Stradivarius violin made in 1727 known as the 'Von Vecsey.'

Erick Friedman and dear friend Jesse Levine.