You are here
About This Performance
In John Adams’ extraordinary Grawemeyer Award-winning Violin Concerto (1993), the soloist plays virtually without pause, with the orchestra primarily serving as a backdrop. The strong sense of rhythm throughout the piece is connected to the fact that it was co-commissioned by the New York City Ballet. Peter Martins’ choreography for Adams Violin Concerto was premiered in June 1995. We are fortunate to have the composer conducting and the astonishing Leila Josefowicz as our soloist.
Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.
Can’t decide which concert is for you? Try Concert Master!
Construction around Walt Disney Concert Hall may affect your drive. Click here for details.