Dallas, Baltimore, and Lunar New Year Celebrations in NYC

Happy New Year everyone! Gil is excited to kick off 2020 with three of the great American orchestras. Gil first returns to the Dallas Symphony to perform the Dvořák Concerto, then heads to Baltimore and Bethesda to perform the Mendelssohn Concerto with the Baltimore Symphony. To conclude the month, Gil takes part in the New York Philharmonic’s Lunar New Year festivities by reuniting with conductor Long Yu, whom he toured with this past summer, for a performance of the Chen/He Butterfly Lovers Concerto.

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December 2019: Brahms, Bartók, & Brussels

Gil begins this month with a warm escape to Houston! While his performance of the Brahms concerto marks his another friendly return (his 12th visit, in fact!) with the orchestra, this month is particularly special as the symphony revives its chamber music series with symphony musicians and features Gil on the Brahms Clarinet Quintet (December 6) in between three orchestral performances (December 5, 7, 8). Gil then jets off to Belgium to perform Bartók’s powerful second concerto with the Brussels Philharmonic under Music Director Stéphane Denève.

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November 2019: 3 Concerti, 3 Major Orchestras

November is chock full of orchestral engagements for Gil, with three different concerti. Following performances of the Beethoven Concerto with the Cincinnati Symphony, Gil moves onto Bartók’s Violin Concerto with the St. Louis Symphony in both St. Louis, MO and Urbana, IL. Gil’s month concludes with Beethoven’s beloved concerto at the Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of Susanna Mälkki.

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