October 18: Solo recital on IDAGIO (music to make it through 2020)

This Sunday, October 18 at 2pm EDT/6pm CET, I am thrilled to share a live solo recital with the world…my last planned recital of 2020! All of this music helped me get through 2020, and I hope it will help you too. Filmed live at WGBH Studios in Boston, with a post-concert “virtual green room” chat with radio host Brian McCreath, I’ll perform and talk about this program of solo violin works old and new, by Bach, Reena Esmail, Max Raimi, and Scott Wheeler. I hope you can join me for this special concert…please get your tickets here!

October 2020: Live Orchestra Concerts and Solo Performance on IDAGIO

October brings a happy return to the concert stage. On the very first of the month, Gil even has two concerts across continents on the same day: a live performance of the Tchaikovsky Concerto with l’Orchestre de Paris, followed by a delayed broadcast of the Beethoven Concerto on the opening concert of the Atlanta Symphony’s reimagined season. Other live appearances this month include a performance of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2 with the NDR Radiophilharmonie in Hannover and a JUST ANNOUNCED solo program with conversation at Boston’s WGBH Studios on October 18 at 2pm ED/8pm CET will air live on the streaming service IDAGIO.

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September 2020: Return to Live Orchestra Concerts!

Gil starts this month with a return to the Dreamstage Live platform for a performance of Brahms’s classic clarinet quartet, and this time with more friends (Adele Anthony, Colin and Eric Jacobsen, and Anthony McGill). The rest of the month he’s gearing up for his first return to the orchestral stage in over 6 months! Gil travels to Atlanta in late September to perform the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the Atlanta Symphony, kicking off Robert Spano’s final season there as Music Director. The in-person concert will be aired on October 1, while Gil will actually be in Europe performing the Tchaikovksy Concerto with l’Orchestre de Paris! Viewers from around the world can enjoy both performances.

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