After brain surgery,
Mr. Frisch, has resumed his position as Associate Concertmaster with the Minnesota Orchestra and graciously consented to speak to String Visions about his experience since then.
Frisch continues to enjoy a long, successful career with the Minnesota Orchestra after first studying with his father Wilbert Frisch, Associate Concertmaster with the Pittsburgh Symphony, and then completing a master’s degree with Joseph Gingold. Happily, Mr. Frisch’s violinistic skills are quite intact. He was able to play in a full-length sextet performance a mere three weeks following his brain surgery, and resumed performing with the orchestra after about four weeks. Now, he says the tremor is “nonexistent.”