Violinist Mark Fewer - from Pandolfi to Brahms to Jazz

Canadian violinist Mark Fewer has a tremendous array of concerts and events this season, including a recording of rare music by Giovanni Pandolfi with the Smithsonian and a concert in Washington DC, two world premieres – by Phil Dwyer and Serge Arcuri - and more in Montreal, chamber music in Los Angeles, appearances in Edmonton and Halifax, and much more.

Also in the works are recordings of music by American avant-garde composer George Antheil, music inspired by St├ęphane Grappelli, and a new children`s book and concert, “Jake and the Musical Zoo.”

All Music Guide says that the new CD allow[s] listeners to savor every note, every chord, every subtly of Brahms' writing … Fewer's interpretation is one of graceful, unfettered simplicity.”

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