Stefan Jackiw Tickets
Stefan Jackiw Tickets
The violin performance of Stefan Jackiw exudes an air that is reminiscent of some of the greatest 20th century musicians. Through his shows, he exhibits the same level of technique and honesty as Jascha Heifetz and Nathan Milstein. His work remains purely authentic in nature. With an insight and taste for traditional violin, Stefan has embarked upon a journey where familiar violin sounds are made all the more fresh and appealing. Stefan Jackiw tickets are now available as the legend in the making will be performing in your city soon.
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Born in 1985, Stefan Jackiw began playing violin at the tender age of four. Zinaida Gilels, Donald Weilerstein and Michèle Auclair were some of the performers he looks up to. The violinist has received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the prestigious Harvard University. He also holds an Artist Diploma from the New England Conservatory. Stefan was honored with the Avery Fisher Career Grant in the year 2002.
Stefan Jackiw’s launched his professional career by performing with the Boston Pops Orchestra playing a part from Wieniawski's Second Violin Concerto in 1997. He was only twelve years old at the time. During the 1997-98 seasons he played along the renowned Minnesota Orchestra and the Pittsburgh Symphony. Besides, he performed as a soloist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Youth Concert.
He made his European debut in London where he played the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto alongside Philharmonia Orchestra under Benjamin Zander. The then fourteen year old violinist stunned the music world with his performance that was mature way beyond his years. Stefan has also performed along many other orchestras in Europe. These include the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, the Seoul Philharmonic, Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, l’Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Ulster Orchestra of Ireland and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin. He also performed at the Winter Arts Festival in Petersburg, Russia.
In 2002, Jackiw performed with the Baltimore Symphony for the first time under Russian conductor Yuri Temirkanov. The violinist has also toured Japan with the orchestra. The same season, his performance with the Boston Symphony won him the honor of being named one of the top two solo appearances of the year. During the 2004-05 seasons, Stefan began his musical venture with the Seattle Symphony after he was chosen as the best debut of the year by both Seattle Post-Intelligencer as well as Seattle Times.
The artist made his New York debut performance on the ‘Accolades’ series at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2004. He is also the only young artist to perform at the opening night of the Zankel Hall in the city alongside experienced musicians like Emanuel Ax, Renée Fleming, James Levine and Evgeny Kissin. He performed with the New York Philharmonic for the first time in the ‘Concerts in the Parks’ series in 2007. The following year he joined the Cleveland Orchestra and the San Francisco Symphony to perform under the direction of Sir Andrew Davis and James Gaffigan respectively.
Stefan Jackiw’s musical engagements in recent years include his appearances with a number of orchestra symphonies. These include the Cincinnati Symphony under Arild Remmereit, the Oregon Symphony under Claus Peter Flor, the Pittsburgh Symphony under Andris Nelsons, Philadelphia Orchestra and the Toronto Symphony under Sir Andrew Davis, a US tour with the Russian National Orchestra under Mikhail Pletnev and many others. He has also performed as a chamber musician and soloist at various concerts and festivals such as Ravinia Festival, Celebrity Series of Boston, New York’s Mostly Mozart Festival, Caramoor International Music Festival, Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Louvre Recital Series in Paris.
As a child of three and a half years, Stefan was given a small violin as a gift. He made use of that gift by multiplying his commitment several times over the years to present us with incredible music. So get your Stefan Jackiw tickets and be prepared to be enchanted by the finest violinist performing today.
Stefan Jackiw Ticket Prices
The average price for Stefan Jackiw Tickets start from $227. The minimum get in price is $166 for Stefan Jackiw Tickets at the Kiewit Hall At Holland Performing Arts Center, Omaha. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Omaha Symphony: Thomas Wilkins & Stefan Jackiw - All Beethoven||Omaha||5-Jun-20||$227||$166|
|Omaha Symphony: Thomas Wilkins & Stefan Jackiw - All Beethoven||Omaha||6-Jun-20||$227||$166|
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