Dallas Symphony Orchestra Presents
Maxim Vengerov performs Bruch’s Violin Concerto
November 21-23, 2019 — One Weekend Only!
Don’t Miss Grammy® Award Winning Violinist Maxim Vengerov in his last U.S.performance of the year!
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Siberian-born violin sensation Maxim Vengerov is one of the greatest violinists in the world today,acclaimed for his concerts, award-winning recordings and humanitarian work.
In 1990, he won the International Carl Flesch Competition in London. His public appearances —both as a soloist and with orchestras — at major European music events sparked the interest of major record labels and music magazines. Contact with Rostropovich and Daniel Barenboim, as well as performances with the world’s most famous orchestras, added to his artistic progress.
I n 1997, Maxim Vengerov became UNICEF’s Envoy for Music and has met and performed for children in such places, as Uganda and Kosovo.
Maxim Vengerov has been inspired by many different styles of music, including baroque, jazz and rock. In 2007 he turned his attention to conducting, becoming the first chief conductor of the Gstaad Festival Orchestra in 2010.
Since he returned to the violin in 2011, Vengerov has performed as a soloist with many major orchestras including the Berlin Philharmonic, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, often performing a major concerto in the first half and conducting a symphonic work in the second.
Vengerov has held various teaching positions around the world. He has received numerous awards including the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (with Orchestra), two Gramophone Classical Music Awards, a Classic Brit Award, five Edison Classical Music Awards, two Echo Music Prizes and a World Economic Forum Crystal award — honoring artists who have used their art to improve the state of the world.