Posts Tagged ‘Gil Shaham’

Feb. 23 2014

Sublime Shaham

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

There are not many violinists, I think, who could pull off standing alone on a bare stage playing solo Bach, but Gil Shaham is certainly one of them. There are so many layers – simply remembering that volume of music; the technical facility to master the music; the ear to achieve that true intonation; a […]

Sep. 21 2012

Unspoiled by fame

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

  This CD cover, with Gil Shaham on the left, exactly conjures up the eagerness and fervent communication that are so much a part of his gorgeous music making, and which I now know are just as vivid in person.  Every interview is special in its own way but I have to say that, of […]

Aug. 27 2012

Monday 08/27/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

By WBJC Programming | Posted in WBJC Evening Concert | No Comments

11:00 PM Conductor: David Robertson Violin: Gil Shaham Ravel: Mother Goose Suite Barber: Violin Concerto Bartok: The Wooden Prince (complete) Fill: Brahms: Academic Festival Overture Related posts: Monday 04/09/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

Apr. 09 2012

Monday 04/09/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

By WBJC Programming | Posted in WBJC Evening Concert | No Comments

11:00 PM Conductor: David Zinman Violinist: Gil Shaham Beethoven: Symphony No 1 Hartmann: “Concerto funèbre” for solo violin and string orchestra Beethoven: Symphony No 3, “Eroica“   Related posts: Monday 03/26/12 New York Philharmonic This Week Monday 04/02/12 New York Philharmonic This Week Wednesday 05/16/12 Live! At The Concertgebouw

WBJC