June 2019: Tour of Asia

Gil jets off to Asia in June for a series of orchestral engagements in Japan, Hong Kong, and China. Starting with performances of the Berg concerto with Paavo Järvi and the NHK Symphony in Tokyo, Gil then moves his attention to the onto the Dvořák concerto, which he performs with orchestras throughout Hong Kong and China together with conductors Long Yu and Lan Shui.

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May 2019: Mozart & Prokofiev in Germany

Gil returns to Germany’s SWR Schwetzingen Festival for performances of Mozart’s second and fourth violin concertos with the SWR Symphonieorchester and conductor Nicholas McGegan in May 2019; this follows his performances of Mozart’s first and fifth violin concertos there at last year’s festival. Gil then travels north to Frankfurt for three concerts (one a youth concert) performing Prokofiev’s second violin concerto with the hr-Sinfonieorchester under the baton of Susanna Mälkki.

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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.