Violinist Daniel Hope and Pianist Jeffrey Kahane at UCLA's Royce Hall
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Amazing concert and amazing seats. We actually got seats in the center section around the 10th row! Royce Hall, is a beautiful concert hall. Daniel Hope is a such a great violinist and Jeffrey Kahane a great Pianist. Thanks again Goldstar for...continued
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“A violinist of probing intellect and commanding style.” _—The New York Times _
Britain’s violinist Daniel Hope, the youngest person ever to perform as part of the prestigious Beaux Arts Trio, is joined on piano by Jeffrey Kahane, music director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Enjoy a stirring performance of Brahms’ Sonata No. 1 in G Major, Op. 78, Regenlied, O. Messiaen’s Théme et Variations, Schulhoff’s Sonata No. 2, Sz. 76 and Franck’s Sonata in A Major.
Hope is one of the most sought-after violin soloists in music today. Versatile conductor and pianist Kahane made his debut at Carnegie Hall in 1983 and regularly appears as a soloist with leading orchestras the world over.