Pinchas Zukerman

Edward Seckerson talks to legendary violinst and conductor Pinchas Zukerman.  Recognised as a phenomenon for four decades, Zukerman discusses his early musical life, his thoughts on British orchestras and how he is still learning to this day.

Pinchas Zukerman appears with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on Wednesday 23rd May, 7.30pm at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, in a programme of Mozart and Shostakovich.

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About Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Acknowledged as one of the UK’s most prestigious orchestras, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) enjoys an international reputation for bringing audiences worldwide first-class performances and the highest possible standards of music-making across a diverse range of musical repertoire. This was the vision of the Orchestra’s flamboyant founder Sir Thomas Beecham, whose legacy is maintained today as the Orchestra thrives under the exceptional direction of its new Artistic Director and Principal Conductor, Maestro Charles Dutoit.
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2 Responses to Pinchas Zukerman

  1. andréà lappert says:

    Thanks for all thèse infos.. it is a mix of discipline, hard work and intelligent discovery that music is a way to acquire the gifts that the heavens propose to the musician or the listener capable of hearing in the midst of a silent capaciousness. I have heard Thr RPO undersubtil but firm baguette of Charles Dutoit un the Stravinsky hall in Montreux and would be interested by the comments from the musician and the conductor about the special clarity of the acoustic of this hall.
    Sincerely,
    andré lappert

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