The Week in Reviews, Op. 226: Tasmin Little; James Ehnes; Shlomo Mintz

April 16, 2018, 2:52 PM · In an effort to promote the coverage of live violin performance, each week presents links to reviews of notable concerts and recitals around the world.

Tasmin Little performed the Elgar with the Ulster Orchestra.

Tasmin Little
Tasmin Little. Photo by Benjamin Ealovega.

James Ehnes performed three of Bach's Sonatas and Partitas in Melbourne.

Shlomo Mintz performed the Tchaikovsky with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra.

Mateusz Wolski performed the Brahms with the Spokane Symphony.

Simone Lamsma performed the Mendelssohn with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

Midori performed Bernstein's Serenade with the Tongyeong Festival Orchestra.

Linda Melsted performed the Brescianello Violin Concerto with the Seattle Baroque Orchestra.

Please support music in your community by attending a concert or recital whenever you can! And to read more about James Ehnes and Midori, pick up a copy of our just-released Interviews, Volume 2, now available from Amazon.


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