Oct 07, 2016 · Bell and the astute pianist Jeremy Denk play it with all the turbulence and tenderness Brahms demands, and it’s an invigorating way to open this Tiny Desk concert.
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Jeremy Denk is more than a match for an extremely difficult piano part; without overpowering the violin, Denk mirrors Bell’s every move. There are many beautiful interpretations of these works, but for anyone who enjoys Joshua Bell’s grace and elegance, this is a terrific recording.
This isn’t just a showcase of Joshua Bell’s awesome talent but a cooperative effort of Bell, cellist (and fabulous hair!) Steven Isserlis and pianist Jeremy Denk. On the outset it looks like three musical masters backed by a first rate orchestra playing Brahms’ finest.
Joshua Bell by Shervin Lainez, Jeremy Denk by Michael Wilson J oshua Bell is “fundamentally incapable of making an unpleasant sound,” wrote The New York Times . The violinist’s silken tone has been called “a thing of beauty” ( Boston Herald ), but he is a player who also has remarkable rhythmic acuity and unsurpassed refinement.
Virtuosos, stars, standouts: of course the members of this trio excel as performers. But the three longtime friends and collaborators are also compelling communicators and ambassadors who have variously defined what it means to be a 21st century classical musician.
About Joshua Bell & Jeremy Denk Internationally known violinist Joshua Bell has performed with all the major orchestras and is proficient in the works of Beethoven, Lalo, Tchaikovsky, and Wieniawski. He is known for both his contemporary and classical repertoire.
French Impressions, Joshua Bell’s 2012 release on Sony, presents three great violin sonatas, prime examples of French chamber music that have been cherished for …
This is Joshua Bell’s first album of sonatas since he left Decca for Sony in the late nineties. For it, the forty-five-year-old violin star teamed with up-and-coming pianist Jeremy Denk…
In Spring 2019, Bell joins his longtime friends and musical partners, cellist Steven Isserlis and pianist Jeremy Denk, for a ten-city American trio tour. Bell maintains an avid interest in film music, and in 2018-19, commemorates the 20 th anniversary of The Red Violin (1998).
Joshua Bell & Jeremy Denk: Tiny Desk Concert Two A-list classical artists work up a sweat as they revel in the tender and turbulent music of Brahms and Schumann.
Jeremy Denk (born May 16, 1970 in Durham, North Carolina) is an American classical pianist.
May 17, 2013 · Bell (violin), Denk (piano), Violin Sonata in A Major — Allegretto poco mosso (C. Franck) Together, violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Jeremy Denk make for …
Three close friends, three virtuoso musicians, one chamber music supergroup. Following their critically acclaimed album For the Love of Brahms, violinist Joshua Bell, cellist Steven Isserlis, and pianist Jeremy Denk bring bravura, beauty, and “magical intimacy” (The Strad) to a program rich in Romantic melody and color.
Washington Performing Arts Joshua Bell, violin Steven Isserlis, cello Jeremy Denk, piano “Distinct musical personalities [who] work together extremely well” – Gramophone Extending the “magical intimacy” (The Strad) of the collaboration immortalized on their critically acclaimed 2016 album, For the Love of Brahms, this trio of A-list performers (who happen to be good friends) expand