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Mendelssohn Piano Trios
Mendelssohn Piano Trios


Itzhak Perlman and Yo Yo Ma together again on this disc available now from amazon, iTunes and retail outlets.
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Itzhak Perlman Will Perform in Galveston, TX
Posted Feb 03, 2016 by itzhakperlman

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Revered for his charm and humanity as well as his talent, the reigning virtuoso of the violin is treasured for his remarkable artistry and his irrepressible joy for making music. Reserve your ticket now, for a superb concert experience in the beautiful intimacy of The Grand 1894 Opera House! BUY TICKETS

Itzhak Perlman’s Facebook Page Celebrates 400,000 Likes
Posted Feb 02, 2016 by itzhakperlman

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Recently Itzhak Perlman’s Facebook page reached a new milestone: 400,000 likes. The unique mix of humor, inspirational quotes, tour dates, videos, music updates featured on the page gives fans a glimpse into the life of a much beloved teacher, conductor and performer. Thank you for your support!

Itzhak Perlman Pleases His Many Fans at Disney Hall
Posted Jan 16, 2016 by itzhakperlman
Photo credit: Brian van der Brug for LA Times

Photo credit: Brian van der Brug for LA Times

Wnen Itzhak Perlman comes to town to perform with the Los Angeles Philharmonic these days, expect him to be armed with bow and baton. Such was the case Thursday night at Walt Disney Concert Hall, where Perlman will be conducting through this weekend.

Perlman brought out his violin for two short selections with the orchestra and conducted a relatively compact one before intermission, then came back to lead the big Romantic symphonic standard that is Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5. READ MORE

Don’t Miss Itzhak Perlman Perform In Los Angeles
Posted Jan 14, 2016 by itzhakperlman

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After his five violin concertos, Mozart composed several single-movement pieces for Antonio Brunetti, the concertmaster of the Salzburg orchestra. This serene Adagio was probably intended as an alternative slow movement for Mozart’s Fifth Violin Concerto, and the sparkling Rondo was written in 1781 for a command performance in Vienna where Mozart and Brunetti had travelled with their employer, the Archbishop of Salzburg.

Itzhak Perlman in Recital in Westchester
Posted Jan 08, 2016 by itzhakperlman

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