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.

Explore here for upcoming schedule and program updates.

August 2020: Bard & Dreamstage Live

After months of relative calm, it’s refreshing to have some big news to share!  I am honored to announce that I will join the conservatory faculty at Bard College together with my wife, the wonderful violinist Adele Anthony. Beyond performing, we both look forward to private teaching, chamber music coaching, and master classes at this wonderful conservatory. How fitting that we have a performance together at Bard’s gorgeous Fisher Center at the end of this month! Adele and I are working hard with pianist Eri Kang in preparation for our August 24 live show on the newly launched Dreamstage Live platform. It’s an exciting program and I hope you can join us there live!

View Gil’s schedule for more calendar updates, including new virtual dates, suspended engagements, and live concerts moving forward

July 2020: Gilharmonic Continues, Tanglewood & Santa Fe Performances

The Gilharmonic on Violinist.com continues to be a highlight for Gil as this summer without usual concerts and festivals continues. Called “the happiest hour of violin talk online,” the weekly show hosted by Gil and editor Laurie Niles on Sundays at 2pm EDT has featured guests including young Suzuki violinists, students at top conservatories, esteemed pedagogues such as Kurt Sassmannshaus, and premiere artists like Tessa Lark, Elena Urioste, and Roby Lakatos. July brings several other virtual performance opportunities for Gil, including an exclusive full video-streamed recital from Tanglewood’s Seiji Ozawa Hall on July 3 (tickets here, with viewing available through July 10) and participation in Performance Santa Fe’s virtual gala on July 18 together with over a dozen other first-rate artists (free registration here).

Visit Gil’s schedule for more calendar updates, including new virtual dates, suspended concerts, and performances continuing live (though with new limitations)

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