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The violin superstar Joshua Bell has long been associated with Max Bruch’s rhapsodic concerto, having recorded it for his first-ever concerto album released when he was just 19. Tonight, with Louis Langrée and the Festival Orchestra, he once again traverses the melodic peaks, brilliant runs, and raucous dances of this unabashedly Romantic violin concerto. John Adams’s enigmatic fanfare Tromba lontana and Brahms’s sun-dappled Second Symphony complete this glowing program.
“When it comes to giving loving attention to canonical works […] and transmitting that love to his listeners, Joshua Bell is unparalleled.”– Washington Post
“Joshua Bell is the greatest American violinist active today.”– Boston Herald
Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at 7:30 pm David Geffen Hall
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
Louis Langrée, conductor
Joshua Bell, violin
Pre-concert recitals at 6:30 pm
Stephen Waarts, violin
Henry Kramer, piano
Brahms: Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor
David Geffen Hall