Sep. 28, 2014 | Reviews
“The concerto's refined lyricism could not ask for a more eloquent advocate than James Ehnes. The violinist's seamless technique, sweetness of tone and poetic instincts had the music soaring and sighing to compelling effect. He enjoyed supple backing from Alsop and the BSO (some muddling in the final measures aside)....
Fort Worth, TX: Kimbell Art Museum
Recital with Andrew Armstrong presented by the Van Cliburn Foundation
Waterbury, CT: Naugatuck Valley Coll. Arts Center
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto and Berlioz Harold in Italy with the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra and Leif Bjaland
Melbourne, Australia: Robert Blackwood Hall
Berlioz Harold in Italy and Reverie et Caprice with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Sir Andrew Davis