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Vengerov to replace Tetzlaff at Verbier; streaming concert live

Maxim Vengerov will replace Christian Tetzlaff in today’s performance of the Brahms Violin Concerto as part of the Verbier Festival, streamed by at 1 PM EDT. This concert marks the Russian virtuoso violinist’s live debut on, as well as his return to the Verbier Festival stage after several years’ absence. He will perform Brahms’s famous Violin Concerto, accompanied by the Verbier Festival Orchestra under the baton of Jaap van Zweden (he performed Brahms at the festival in 1996 under the direction of Claudio Abbado, available in the catalogue).
Considered one of the best violinists of his generation, Vengerov has a strong bond with the Verbier Festival; the violinist’s first appearance on the festival’s stage dates back to 1994. He and the Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra recorded Mozart’s Second and Fourth Violin Concertos for EMI Classics in 2007. More details on the festival and‘s broadcasts are below.
Live concert then available in replay for 90 days
July 26, 1pm EST: Maxim Vengerov with VFO / Jaap Van Zweden – Brahms: Violin Concerto
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July 28, 5am EST: Daniil Trifonov: Piano recital – Debussy and Chopin More Info
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July 30, 1pm EST: Joshua Bell, Mischa Maisky, Martha Argerich with VFO / Neeme Järvi – Barber, Shchedrin, Dvorák More Info
July 31, 5am EST: Jan Lisiecki: Piano recital – Messiaen, Bach-Busoni, Martinu, Mozetich, Paderewski More Info
July 31, 10am EST: Christoph Prégardien and Menahem Pressler – Schubert More Info
July 31, 1pm EST: Daniil Trifonov with VFCO / Masaaki Suzuki – Bach, Chopin, Mendelssohn More Info
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August 2, 1pm EST: René Pape with VFO / Paavo Järvi – Wagner, Bruckner More Info
August 3, 5am EST: David Kadouch: Piano recital – Liszt, Medtner, Taneyev, Chopin More Info
August 3, 1pm EST: Yuja Wang: Piano recital – Brahms, Scriabin, Rachmaninoff, Fauré, Debussy, Albeniz, Bizet More Info
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August 5, 1pm EST: Leonidas Kavakos with VFO / Manfred Honeck – Strauss II, Korngold, Brahms More Info
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