Opening 2016 with Concerto Performances in Asia, Europe, and the United States

10401520_10152892416348676_2657660589706079506_n copyTo begin the new year, Gil Shaham joins the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and Zubin Mehta for two performances of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in Xi’an, China on January 2 and 3. He also brings the Tchaikovsky to Miami’s New World Symphony on January 9 under Cristian Macelaru.

Gil plays Barber’s Violin Concerto with two orchestras in January: in Rome with the Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia and Antonio Pappano on January 16, 18 and 19, followed by concerts with the Orchestre National de Lyon on January 28 and 30, conducted by Leonard Slatkin. He starts February with a trip to the Orchestre de Paris for the Brahms Violin Concerto under David Zinman.

View Gil’s full performance schedule here.

Bach Violin Concertos with the LA Phil and Gustavo Dudamel

Untitled design (4)Continuing his ongoing exploration of the works of J.S. Bach, Gil Shaham returns to the Los Angeles Philharmonic December 3 through 6 with both of the German master’s solo violin concertos under Gustavo Dudamel. The program is complemented by Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 1 and Overture for Harmoniemusik.

More information and tickets can be found here.

A European Tour with the Sejong Soloists

Screen Shot 2015-11-06 at 4.02.36 PMGil Shaham travels to four European capitals with the Sejong Soloists in November, presenting performances of Bach’s Violin Concerto in E, Penderecki’s Sinfonietta, and Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. The conductorless orchestra makes stops at Prague’s Rudolfinum on November 8, London’s Wigmore Hall on November 9, Munich’s Herkulessaal on November 10, and Madrid’s National Auditorium of Music on November 12.

Gil’s 1994 release of the The Four Seasons on Deutsche Gramophon with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra is available from iTunes and Amazon.