Dec. 16, 2014 | Reviews
“The second piece was dedicated to Ehnes, who stepped on stage to take on Bruch’s ¬Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, op26. The 1866 concerto is renowned for its advanced technicality, with three movements exhibiting disparate moods and pace. The first section had Ehnes slowly making his impression felt. He quietly emerged from behind the flutes with a brisk cadenza, repeating the theme with increasing muscularity....
Seattle Chamber Music Winter Festival
Santa Monica, CA
Recital with Orion Weiss, piano
12th Annual Founders' Gala
presented by the Maestro Foundation
Macon, GA: Mercer University