April 2019: Beethoven, Bloch & US recital tour

April is a busy month of recitals for Gil and his long-time collaborative pianist, Akira Eguchi. Beginning the month with performances in Chapel Hill and St. Louis, the pair concludes April with a four-city recital tour of California. Sandwiched in between these recitals, Gil plays the Beethoven Violin Concerto with conductor Eric Jacobsen and the Greater Bridgeport Symphony and then performs the Bloch Nigun as part of the Yiddish Music concert for Carnegie Hall’s Migrations Festival.

Find more information and tickets on Gil’s schedule page.

Feb & March 2019: Violins of Hope Phoenix & National Symphony

Gil makes his way to Scottsdale, AZ in late February to join the Arizona Musicfest Festival Orchestra for a powerful performance in collaboration with the Violins of Hope. In early March, Gil returns to Washington to perform Mozart’s 5th Violin Concerto with the National Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Lionel Bringuier.

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January 2019: Nashville, Geneva & Rome

Gil starts the New Year with a burst of performances! The Nashville Symphony will be Gil’s first stop, where he will perform the haunting Berg Concerto in three concerts under the baton of Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero. Gil then heads to Europe, where he will perform Prokofiev 1 with the Geneva Camerata and then the Berg Concerto in three concerts with Orchestra e Coro dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia and conductor Antonio Pappano.

Visit Gil’s schedule page for more information, more concerts, and tickets.