Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Tickets
Every year, many different violinists show their musical brilliance by playing the Mendelssohn’s marvelous violin concerto with the prestigious orchestras like Kansas City Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and many more. This season, experience the vast sonorities and allure of this finest piece of art when the concerto will be played at your nearby symphony hall. To make sure that you get to hear your favorite soloist play this mesmerizing concerto live, you can get your seats booked in advance by getting the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto tickets .
Latest Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Events
- The Florida Orchestra: Josep Caballe-Domenech - Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto, Ferguson Hall - The Straz Center, tickets for 04/01 8:00PM at Ferguson Hall - The Straz Center, Tampa, FL
- Fri Apr 1 2016
Regarded as the ‘Jewel of Heart,’ Mendelssohn Violin Concerto is an important part of the repertoires of all the major symphony orchestras. Being very popular, the Mendelssohn’s Concerto is also the most frequently played violin concertos ever. Considered as the last as well as the largest orchestral work credited to Felix Mendelssohn, the Violin Concerto is full of the drama and allure that’s the characteristic of any great concerto. Lasting for half an hour, a typical performance of Mendelssohn Violin Concerto will take you on a journey marked by the musical intelligence of Mendelssohn, 19th century’s music virtuoso.
Born in 1809, Felix Mendelssohn was the most prominent German composer and conductor to have emerged out of the early Romantic period. He was born in a prominent Jewish family and was the grandson of Moses Mendelssohn, the famed philosopher. From an early age, he was regarded as a musical prodigy who started learning playing piano at the age of six and was a student of Ludwig Berger. By the time he was nine years old, Mendelssohn had started making public appearances at various concerts. He accompanied a horn duo at a chamber music concert and started getting recognition as a prolific composer.
Mendelssohn’s compositions were also played with private orchestras usually for his parent’s associates and other elites of Berlin. He wrote around twelve string symphonies by the age of fourteen. Although his works didn’t get the deserved recognition at that time, they are among the most played and recorded compositions nowadays. His work was first published when he was just thirteen. It was a piano quartet which was procured by Abraham Mendelssohn. After two years, in 1824 he wrote Symphony No. 1 in C minor, his first symphony which was first performed at the Royal Philharmonic Society.
The idea for Violin Concerto was proposed by Mendelssohn in 1838 to Ferdinand David who was the concertmaster of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra at that time. The idea took six years to be materialized and the concerto was premiered in 1845. Consisting of three movements, Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto is distinguished for being innovative and harmonically synchronized. In all its charm and wit, the concerto’s orchestral dynamism is something beyond Beethoven and Mozart. Do not miss out on listening to this famous violin concerto that carries the fiery passion of Mendelssohn. Get your cheap Mendelssohn Violin Concerto tickets booked quickly.
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