An evening to dream
As a child in the USA, violinist Noah Bendix-Balgley grew up with klezmer. Today he is first concertmaster of the great Berlin Philharmonic – and has fulfilled a long-cherished dream of writing a violin concerto in klezmer style. He performed the premiere of his “Fidl-Fantazye” in Pittsburgh in 2016. This klezmer vision for solo violin and orchestra is just as sensually flamboyant as Franz Schreker’s Chamber Symphony – a musical vision composed in 1916 in Vienna by the son of a Jewish photographer and a Styrian aristocrat.
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