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Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell

  • Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell
  • Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell
  • Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell
  • Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell

  • Concerto In E Major for Violin, String Orchestra and Continuo, Op. 8, No. 1, RV 269, "La Primavera" (Spring): I. Allegro by Joshua Bell, Academy of St. Martin In the Fields & John Constable.

    Released 2008; ℗ SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT From Joshua Bell’s album “Vivaldi: The Four Seasons”, release September 2, 2008. (Length - 3:33)
  • The Girl with Flaxen Hair by Academy of St. Martin In the Fields, Joshua Bell & Michael Stern

    Released 2003; ℗ SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT From the album “Joshua Bell: Romance of the Violin” released October 17, 2003. The song was originally composed by Claude Debussy. (Length - 2:36)
  • Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: IV. Allegro con brio by Joshua Bell & Academy of St. Martin In the Fields.

    Released 2013; ℗ 2013 Sony Music Entertainment From the album “Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 4 & 7” released February 12, 2013. Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven Conductor: Joshua Bell Orchestra/Ensemble: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields (Length - 8:40)
  • Joshua Bell

    Joshua Bell

    Music Director

  • The Academy of St Martin in the Fields

    The Academy of St Martin in the Fields


"A a sleek, precision ensemble with a warm, full sound!"
- New York Times 
"Joshua Bell is the greatest American violinist active today!"
– The Boston Herald
"Most perfect interpreter of this generation!"
– Houston Chronicle
"There’s no doubt that Joshua Bell and the Academy have something and are on to something!"
- Classical Source
"Bell’s lyrical approach to this work, coupled with his uncommon sweetness of tone, was well matched by the orchestra. Poise, scrupulous balancing of instrumental textures and elegance of tone have always been trademark qualities of the Academy’s playing, and the silken response of the strings and supple voicing of the winds heard on Friday reminded us of just how fine this orchestra is!"
- Washington Post

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  • Run Time: Approx. 120 min.
  • Intermissions: 1
  • Parental Guide: Ages 8+
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Monday, January 1

KNIGHT CONCERT HALL

ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS
Joshua Bell, 
director & violin

Program:
J.S. BACH Violin Concerto No. 2 in E major, BWV 1042
BEETHOVEN
Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21
SAINT-SAËNS
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op.23 (1863)
SCHUBERT String Quartet No. 14, D. 810 “Death and the Maiden” (arranged for string orchestra)

Perhaps the world’s finest chamber orchestra, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields was founded by Sir Neville Marriner in 1958, bringing together London’s finest musicians to play among friends without a conductor in the Church of St. Martin in the Fields. What followed was a veritable revolution in the way the music world heard music from across the centuries, with impeccable performance practice married to a disarming humanity that made the orchestra and its hundreds of recordings staples of classical music.

A classical superstar in his own right, and one of history’s great violinists by any standard, Joshua Bell is not only the first American but also the first person to hold the post of music director of the Academy since Sir Neville founded it. Of Bell's first tour with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Gramophone reported that “the audience reaction has been nothing short of rock concert enthusiasm.”  The Academy’s first recordings for SONY Classical under its new music director will be a complete cycle of Beethoven’s symphonies. The first installment, the Symphonies Nos. 4 and 7, was released in the spring of 2013.

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