Gil was overjoyed to return to Aspen, where—until last year’s pandemic hiatus—he has been featured annually. He performed the Barber Violin Concerto on August 1 with the Aspen Festival Orchestra, and according to a review in the Aspen Times, “inspired music director Robert Spano’s best conducting this summer.” Read more here.
Concluding this unusual season, during which Gil appeared twice in virtual programs with the Philadelphia Orchestra (both still available online!), Gil will appear in-person with the orchestra as it resumes its annual residency at the Bravo! Vail Music Festival. Gil will perform Bologne’s Violin Concerto No. 9 there on July 9 together conductor Nathalie Stutzmann. … Read more
Summer is almost here! I’m honored to kick off the month with a performance together with my wife, violinist Adele Anthony, to celebrate the fantastic Midori for the virtual Kennedy Center Honors. Airing June 4, Adele and I will play Bach’s Double Violin Concerto along with Sarasate’s Navarra, and we hope you can join us! … Read more
This month feels like the calm before the storm…life is relatively quiet, but summer dates are being announced and I’m thrilled to share more additions to the calendar with you here! Beyond the IDAGIO Beethoven stream I mentioned below, which is available until May 8, there’s a new broadcast on the horizon from across the … Read more
Hello friends! Our celebration of Beethoven with The Knights continues! Following the successful release of our Beethoven/Brahms recording last month (here), we can’t wait to share this new arrangement of the Beethoven concerto with the world on IDAGIO’s Global Concert Hall! The broadcast, which premieres here on April 17, will be filled with conversation too, … Read more
As I mentioned in my last post, a major highlight for this month is the new release of this awesome album of the Beethoven and Brahms violin concerti with The Knights, out on my label Canary Classics. I’m so excited to share my first-ever Beethoven concerto recording and can’t wait to hear what you think! … Read more