December 2019: Brahms, Bartók, & Brussels

Gil begins this month with a warm escape to Houston! While his performance of the Brahms concerto marks his another friendly return (his 12th visit, in fact!) with the orchestra, this month is particularly special as the symphony revives its chamber music series with symphony musicians and features Gil on the Brahms Clarinet Quintet (December … Read more

November 2019: 3 Concerti, 3 Major Orchestras

November is chock full of orchestral engagements for Gil, with three different concerti. Following performances of the Beethoven Concerto with the Cincinnati Symphony, Gil moves onto Bartók’s Violin Concerto with the St. Louis Symphony in both St. Louis, MO and Urbana, IL. Gil’s month concludes with Beethoven’s beloved concerto at the Philadelphia Orchestra under the … Read more

October 2019: Zubin IPO & New World Symphony

Gil is one of the featured soloists on the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra’s opening concerts as part of the Jubilee Celebration for Maestro Zubin Mehta, marking his retirement from the music directorship of the IPO. Following his October 17 Tel Aviv performance, Gil performs reunites with longtime friend Michael Tilson Thomas for a performance of the … Read more

September 2019: Prague & All American Orchestras

Gil kicks off the 2019-20 season at Dvořák Prague International Music Festival. As curator of the festival’s Chamber Music Series, Gil is thrilled to perform on several chamber programs before concluding his stay with a performance of Dvořák’s Violin Concerto with the PKF-Prague Philharmonia. Following his return to the US, Gil performs Tchaikovsky’s beloved concerto … Read more

August 2019: Tanglewood & Ravinia

August is the perfect month for rest and relaxation, and Gil is happy to spend some quality family time this month. Of course, he is also thrilled to return to the beauty of some of his favorite summer festivals as well. Gil performs the Brahms Violin Concerto with The Knights twice this month, first on … Read more

July 2019: New Collaborations in San Francisco & Youth Orchestra of the Americas in Mexico

Upon his return to the Americas, Gil performs the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with the San Francisco Symphony under the baton of Gemma New, subbing for Gil’s longtime friend Michael Tilson Thomas. Gil then dives into a tour of Mexico with the Youth Orchestra of the Americas led by Carlos-Miguel Prieto. View Gil’s calendar for more … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more

Fall 2018: Prokofiev 1 with Detroit, Minnesota & NY Phil; Recitals in Bethesda & Boston; Dvořák in Naples

Gil starts the 2018-19 season in October with performances of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1 with the Detroit Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra, and New York Philharmonic. In November, Gil reunites with pianist Akira Eguchi for recitals with Washington Performing Arts and Celebrity Series of Boston with works by composers from Leclair to Dorman. Gil then closes … Read more