Joshua Bell, America’s most celebrated contemporary violinist, reassumes his dual role as soloist and conductor in an enchanting program with London’s Academy of St. Martin in the Fields on Wednesday, March 26 at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall. On offer are Brahms’s radiant Violin Concerto, one of the most formidable works of the Romantic era, and Beethoven’s quintessential “Eroica” Symphony, which ushered Romanticism into existence. More information here: http://bit.ly/1fV9cdE
(Photo: Bill Phelps)
The Los Angeles Philharmonic, with their dynamic Music Director Gustavo Dudamel, returns to New York for two concerts at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall as part of their US tour, on Sunday March 16 and Monday, March 17. These concerts will showcase a wide range of works, from Brahms and Tchaikovsky, to Corigliano and a new work by Daniel Bjarnason. Piano senstation Yuja Wang joins the orchestra for a perofrmance of Rachmaninoff’s virtuosic Piano Concerto No. 3. Learn about both concerts here: http://bit.ly/1i9CeuI
Before the Los Angeles Philharmonic arrives in New York for concerts Sunday and Monday, they’ll be performing across the US and Canada on a North American tour. The tour began this week with a standing ovation following their concert in San Francisco. Follow their tour blog here: http://bit.ly/1esGpgI
A highly individualistic musician, “revelatory” (Independent, UK) renowned German pianist Christian Zacharias presents a one-night only recital of beloved repertoire encompassing two Beethoven sonatas, Schubert’s sparkling Moments musicaux, and the fantastical Kreisleriana, Schumann’s aural portrait of E.T.A. Hoffman’s fictitious mad conductor.
Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall
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