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41. Gil Shaham
gil shaham and Akira Eguchi. Thursday, October 16, 2003. Wright Auditorium. Born in the US and raised in Israel, this wunderkind violinist has emerged as one of
Subscriptions available now! Single/group tickets single tickets go on sale on September 22, 2003. Press Info Gil Shaham and Akira Eguchi Thursday, October 16, 2003 Wright Auditorium Born in the US and raised in Israel, this wunderkind violinist has emerged as one of today's most virtuosic and engaging classical artists. He will be joined by award-winning pianist Akira Eguchi. Sonata in G Major , Aaron Copland; Partita No. 2 in D minor for Solo Violin, BMV 1004 Berceuse Op. 16, Morceau de Lecture, Sicilienne , and Sonata No. 1 in A Major Op. 13 2003-2004 Season

42. An Interview With Gil Shaham
An interview with gil shaham. AdamBaer Music Notes. At age 27, virtuoso violinist gil shaham embodies the Generation X of classical performers.
An interview with Gil Shaham
Music Notes At age 27, virtuoso violinist Gil Shaham embodies the Generation X of classical performers. Educated in New York City at the Juilliard School and Columbia University, he also represents a small circle of thoughtful young artists that are bringing back hope for the future of classical music, providing fresh, exciting and accessible venues to share their art. After a highly successful concert at Shriver Hall, we sat down and spoke about some of his experiences and his take on the classical scene. Insisting I call him Gil, Shaham was incredibly personable, humorous, open to share his ideas and most of all, humble. Q. Thanks for taking the time to speak with me. Bravo on the recital. A. Thank you so much for coming. It means a great deal to me that there were so many young people in the audience last night. You guys were very inspiring. Q. Can you express in some way what music has meant to you throughout your life? Q. What do you think of the state of music in American society at present? A. Its lack of popular appeal is our fault, the performers. You know, we had a great set-up at the end of the last century. Concert halls were the largest venues to reach people. However, since then, the world has undergone a huge revolution. Now, the competition for the attention of people takes place in their living room through the television. We have been negligent to a certain extent. We haven’t succeeded in reaching people. See, unfortunately, people are intimidated by classical music and they really shouldn’t be. It should hold the same place as looking at a painting. Music is direct communication from the heart of the composer to the heart of the listener. It requires no prerequisites.

43. Gabriel Fauré - The Fauré Album (Gil Shaham)
Freed from the constraints of his exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon, violinist gil shaham has crafted an an allFauré program on this, his initial
Classical Music Review: New Releases Gil Shaham, violin; Akira Eguchi, piano; Brinton Smith, cello. Canary Classics ATM-CD-1239 (78'05). Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 13 (1875), which opens the program, Shaham reveals the work’s mercurial expressiveness while avoiding grotesque shifts in dynamics or an exaggerated rubato. His tone is beautiful throughout and every passage is incorporated into a conception of the piece’s structure. There is not a false step in the performance, and Akira Eguchi provides able support in the demanding piano part. Between these two pieces are an assortment of occasional pieces and song transcriptions, including the exquisite Berceuse, Op. 16. They're beautiful pieces and provide a showcase for Shaham's impeccable playing. Tony Gualtieri Return to Home Page var site="sm2classicalmusic"

44. Washington Performing Arts Society
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Backed by a band of incredible musicians, soprano Kathleen Battle brings music from her CD, So Many Stars , to the stage for this WPAS Season Opening night program.
Monday, September 20, 8:00 pm
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Mikhail Simonyan, violin
Though he is still a teenager, Mikhail Simonyan's talent has been compared to that of the late violinist Yehudi Menuhin. A winner of five major competitions, this Siberian violin prodigy plays "with the poise, perfection, and inner-burning fire of a master" ( The Miami Herald
Saturday, September 25, 2:00 pm
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Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig It is hard to imagine an orchestra so rich in history that it claims the music of Beethoven and Brahms as world premieres. The all-Brahms program includes the second symphony, and the first concerto, performed by the masterful pianist Mikhail Pletnev. Saturday, October 16, 4:30 pm

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47. Toronto Symphony Orchestra - Concerts & Tickets
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48. Toronto Symphony Orchestra - About The TSO
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Press Releases March 29, 2004 He got his big break as a teenager, filling in for Itzhak Perlman. Now, Gil Shaham is a full-fledged star. Peter Oundjian , conductor Gil Shaham , violinist April 7 at 8 PM Roy Thomson Hall Toronto, Ontario Gil Shaham, a violinist of the "wow" category, collaborates with the TSO's MD designate, Peter Oundjian , in Brahms' Violin Concerto . Canadian composer John Estacio , a gregarious, outgoing soul who laughs easily, wrote Solaris , a work in tribute to the sun. Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony (No.6) rounds out this fun and exciting programme. Gil Shaham is a down to earth and approachable musician who likes to find the best place in town for Chinese dumplings. A self-professed CD addict, Mr. Shaham's introduction to music came in the form of a transistor radio that he received from his parents when he was four years old. He listened to music intently, and kept the radio under his pillow at night. He then inherited his parents' old stereo, and by seven, Gil was listening to Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique while gazing at the psychedelic cover. A musician was born. Born in 1971 in Illinois, Gil Shaham moved with his family to Israel and began violin studies after that fateful Berlioz moment. He debuted at age 10 with the Jerusalem Symphony and the Israel Philharmonic, and shortly after, continued studies in New York at the Juilliard School in New York with Dorothy DeLay and Hyo Kang, as well as studied at Columbia University.

49. BSO -- Debussy, Berg And Shostakovich
violinist gil shaham is soloist in Berg s Violin Concerto (1935) is one of the most unique and beautiful violin concertos in the repertoire.

50. Arts, Music, Instruments, Stringed, Bowed Strings, Violin: Violinists
shaham, gil Fan page. shaham, Hagai - Biography, repertoire, reviews, albums, background Skwortsow, Alexander - The concert violinist s official website.
Top Arts Music Instruments ... Angelis, Kim - Includes concert schedule and biographical information. Berger, Sabrina A. - Performs on a five-string electric violin. Biography, pictures, recordings, performances, and contact information. Connie's Violin Page - Extensive listings compiled by Connie Sunday. Hewitt Jones, Simon - Young British violinst's homepage - news, concert listings and biography, plus musical links and comment. Jazz Strings - A directory of players and their locations, listed by style. Korsakova, Natasha - Biography, repertoire, concerts, recordings, and photo gallery. Markov, Albert - Violinist, Composer, Conductor, Teacher - Biography, concert schedule, reviews, photographs, recordings, and contact information. Markov, Alexander - Russian-born Americian classical solo violinist. Biography, reviews, discography, and contact information. McNaught, Fiona - Information about the British violinist and the Lower Wye Valley Chamber Music Festival. Milenkovich, Stefan - The young concert violinist's biography, sound clip, reviews, and contact information. Mutter, Anne-Sophie

51. Gil Shaham & Friends Recital - Philharmonia Orchestra
This concert offers a wonderful opportunity to hear a very different aspect of the internationally acclaimed violinist gil shaham s musical personality.

52. / News / Boston Globe / Living / Arts / Violinist Finds Freedom With
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By Richard Dyer, Globe Staff, 1/23/2004 The bad news came in a phone call to violinist Gil Shaham from his regular record producer at Deutsche Grammophon. ADVERTISEMENT "After 10 years with the company," the voice said, "this must be difficult for you, but we've decided not to continue your contract." Shaham had made more than 15 albums for the prestigious label some of them, like Vivaldi's "Four Seasons," international bestsellers. There had even been a fluke when an album of Paganini duets for violin and guitar that Shaham recorded with Goeran Soellscher was chosen as the theme music for a television soap opera in Korea, and the recording began to fly out of the stores in that country. Still, the handwriting had been on the wall for some time. The major labels like DG were storm-tossed, and some of Shaham's proposals, such as one for an album of music by Faure, had been turned down because, he says, "they were not commercially attractive enough." The company then hired photogenic violinist Hilary Hahn and proclaimed her the leader of a new generation of talent. What Shaham decided to do was to create his own company, Canary, and record the Faure album anyway. In starting his label, Shaham was following in the footsteps of ensembles like the Tallis Scholars, the London Symphony Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony, the cello-piano duet of David Finkel and Wu Han, and such solo artists as soprano Edita Gruberova and cellist Matt Haimovitz. Shaham is probably today's most prominent classical instrumentalist to create his own label.

53. / News / Boston Globe / Living / Arts / Violinist Finds Freedom With
By Richard Dyer, Globe Staff, 1/23/2004. The bad news came in a phone call to violinist gil shaham from his regular record producer at Deutsche Grammophon.

54. French Culture | Music | Faure/Shaham CD Contest
Winners of a free CD of The Fauré Album, violin music of French composer Gabriel Fauré performed by renowned violinist gil shaham, compliments of Canary
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About this Recording "The Fauré Album," available on Shaham's own Canary Classics label ("Canar" is the Hebrew word for "violinist") in association with Vanguard Classics, features the Grammy Award-winning violinist, long-time recital partner pianist Akira Eguchi, and cellist Brinton Smith in performances of the composer's early Sonata No. 1 in A Major for Violin and Piano, the late Trio for Piano, Cello and Violin, and nine short works including the popular "Après un rêve" ("After A Dream") in a transcription for trio by Akira Eguchi. Shaham views Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924) as the "unsung hero" of French music, a modest master whose works - particularly the chamber music - and personality are still greatly misunderstood and underappreciated despite the popularity of works like the Requiem. Shaham comments: "I've loved Fauré's music since the first time I heard it. It's an unmistakable voice: elegant and tender, conveying the subtlest emotion, and yet very passionate and at times intense. I'd like to think that this album will draw attention to one of classical music's unsung heroes and help new listeners discover the timeless beauty of his creations."

55. Bronson Piano Studio
Date, Review, Organization. 04/16/01, violinist gil shaham, Carmel Music Society. violinist gil shaham. By Lyn Bronson. How do you spell relief? ROLAIDS.
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How do you spell "relief?" R-O-L-A-I-D-S. How do you spell "boring?" C-O-P-L-A-N-D. Even the magnificent artistry of violinist Gil Shaham and his pianist sister Orli Shaham couldn't breath life into Copland's sterile, austere Sonata for Violin and Piano heard in Carmel's Sunset Center this week in the Carmel Music Society's final concert of the season. Although there is much to admire in many of Copland's works, this sonata goes on and on, seemingly forever. I doubt that it is a work likely to inspire many of the young violinists in the audience (and many were there accompanied by their violinist teachers) to put this piece on their wish list.
That said, the rest of the concert was in a word, superb! The crown jewel of the evening was the concluding work, the Brahms Sonata No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108. This was music making on a sublime level. Exhibiting a total command of his instrument, Gil Shaham gave us a very persuasive account of this work, and it was masterful playing that always served genuine musical purposes. There was never any gratuitous display of technique or virtuosity - just glorious music making The Adagio movement was a delicious interlude that seduced us with its tonal subtleties. Sitting in the last row of the hall up against the back wall, the

56. Peggy Rockefeller Concerts, 2003-2004 - The Rockefeller University
Wednesday October 29, 2003 gil shaham, violinist with Adele Anthony, violinist Since his celebrated London Symphony Orchestra debut in 1989 (stepping in for
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Arnaldo Cohen, Pianist
A recital by Brazilian pianist Arnaldo Cohen, who mostly performs on European stages, is a rare treat for U.S. audiences. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution New York Times
Wednesday October 29, 2003
Gil Shaham, Violinist
with Adele Anthony, Violinist The Philadephia Inquirer
Wednesday December 17, 2003
Brentano String Quartet
New York Times. Thursday January 29, 2004
Arcadi Volodos, Pianist The young pianist the New York Times San Francisco Chronicle Thursday February 26, 2004 Mendelssohn String Quartet with Robert Mann, viola Having played together for two decades, the Mendelssohn String Quartet has emerged as an ensemble with a distinct and energetic musical voice infused with a unique depth of interpretation that the Boston Globe Wednesday March 24, 2004 Strata Formed in 1988 by three Juilliard doctoral students who have since garnered critical acclaim and recognition as soloists and chamber musicians, this chamber trio of violin, piano and clarinet was praised by the Independent Coast Observer Wednesday April 14, 2004

57. The World Violinist Links (Page 3 (R-Z, Other Links))
The King of the Stradivarius A fan site with biography, stories and BBS called shaham Forum. gil shaham A fan site with brief bio and photos of the violinist.
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58. CLASSICAL REVIEW: Gil Shaham, BSO Excel In Berg Concerto -- Antonio Pappano Gues
Violin virtuoso gil shaham soloed in Berg’s concerto, bringing shaham burst into the raucous passages of the why the Grammy awardwinning violinist has had
Gil Shaham, BSO Excel in Berg Concerto
Antonio Pappano Guest Conducts Shostakovich Symphony, Debussy Prelude
By Andrew Wong Staff Writer Boston Symphony Orchestra Antonio Pappano, conductor Gil Shaham, violin Symphony Hall Jan. 24, 8 p.m. The subsequent cadenza proved why the Grammy award-winning violinist has had so much international success in the past ten years. Following the entrance of the orchestra, a somber, reflective duet between the violin and bassoon introduced the Bach chorale that Berg placed so carefully in the second movement. The wind section followed with a peaceful restatement of the chorale bringing calm to the atonal storm. The Allegro lacked the fiery urgency required by the opening bars, with the snare overpowering most of the orchestra, and the bass section led a sloppy accompaniment of the syncopated sections. The wind section, as well as a strong percussion lineup, seemed to pick up some of the slack in the fourth movement, however. In the final bars, Pappano managed to create enough energy to finish strongly, despite the weakness of the earlier movements. This story was published on Wednesday, January 28, 2004.

59. - Classical Music And More
Grammy Award®winning violinist gil shaham is one of the greatest interpreters of Romantic repertoire performing today. Here are

60. - Classical Music And More
Grammy® Awardwinning violinist gil shaham has earned a place in the hearts of music lovers around the world with his winning personality and performances of

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