Gil’s summer continues with high profile performances of the Sibelius and Tchaikovsky concertos.

Gil takes two towering masterworks of the violin literatureSibelius photo to the nation’s foremost orchestras this summer, performing Sibelius’s Violin Concerto with the New York Philharmonic (July 26), Philadelphia Orchestra (Aug 7), and Boston Symphony (Aug 9), as well as playing Tchaikovsky’s with both the Cleveland Orchestra (Aug 3) and Chicago Symphony (Aug 4). These high-profile engagements continue a busy summer that included the release of Gil’s new album, Nigunim: Hebrew Melodies, and his annual residency at the Aspen Music Festival.

 

 

Summertime is Aspen Time!

Every year Gil spends the majority of his summer season in media_art_thumbnails_Aspen_Logo_NewAspen, Colorado, making music and collaborating with dear friends at the Aspen Music Festival.  This year is no different, starting on July 3, when Gil joins Gramophone Award-winning period performance expert Nicholas McGegan for Bach’s A-minor concerto.  Gil returns on July 19, performing Max Bruch’s romantic Violin Concerto No. 1 with the Aspen Chamber Symphony under Ludovic Morlot.  His Aspen season wraps up on July 24 in a special recital of Bach’s complete Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin. Click here for more information.

WQXR broadcasts Gil and Orli Shaham Live from the Greene Space this Sunday, June 30 at 8pm

Gil & Orli Shaham’s conversation and performance taped live atGil and Orli inside cover website New York’s Greene Space, will air this Sunday, June 30 at 8pm on WQXR, New York’s beloved classical music radio station. Hosted by Elliott Forrest, the evening included a lively discussion of the sibling’s new CD, “Nigunim: Hebrew Melodies”, performances of several selections from the recording and a couple of special treats by Gil and Orli. You can tune in at 105.9FM in New York or live online around the world at WQXR.org.

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