Daniel Hope Returns to New York for Baroque Program at Lincoln Center, Recital with Pianist Wu Han, and Brahms’s Double at Carnegie Hall

“Adventurous and brilliant.”– New York Times on Daniel Hope

When violinist Daniel Hope returns to New York for two performances of Baroque works with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (Dec 10 & 12), the program features material from his latest Deutsche Grammophon album, Air, a baroque journey. Between the two concerts, Hope heads downtown for a duo recital with pianist Wu Han in the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts series (Dec 11). For his final New York appearance this December, Hope joins cellist Paul Watkins for Brahms’s Double Concerto with the New York String Orchestra under Jaime Laredo at Carnegie Hall (Dec 28).

At Carnegie Hall on December 28, Hope performs Brahms’s Double Concerto with cellist Paul Watkins and the New York String Orchestra led by Jaime Laredo. Hope’s U.S. presence will continue into 2011. He and his frequent collaborator, pianist Jeffrey Kahane, will tour North America, starting in San Francisco on February 10 and continuing to Los Angeles, Vancouver, and Orono, ME, before concluding in Purchase, NY on February 20. In 2011, Hope will serve his eighth season as associate artistic director of Georgia’s multi-genre Savannah Music Festival, where he will perform in a series of chamber and orchestral concerts, one of which features the Bruch Violin Concerto with the Atlanta Symphony, from March 24 to April 5.


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