CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 | 7:30 PM
Stefan Jackiw "could be a rock star,” proclaimed the Los Angeles Times of the violinist, who gave “a fascinating, impressive, and often riveting performance, [making] each phrase an individual and excitable event. There can't be much doubt that Jackiw's star will continue to rise." Hear for yourself when he makes his recital debut at Carnegie Hall with a program that includes Stravinsky’s Suite italienne—an arrangement of several movements from the composer’s piquant ballet Pulcinella—as well as works by Brahms and R. Strauss, plus a world premiere by David Fulmer.
This concert is part of Salon Encores. The contemporary work on this program is part of My Time, My Music.