Virtuoso Joshua Bell talks with Paul Larson about his life, his Stradivarious violin and performing. Land of Makebelieve in Upper Jay destruction.
For more than two decades, Joshua Bell has enchanted audiences worldwide with his breathtaking virtuosity and tone of rare beauty. In this SundayArts profile, we learn about his musical upbringing, his enjoyment of playing music in an intimate environment, and his time working with Sting, Kristen Chenoweth, pianist Frankie Moreno, other stars for his new album 'At Home With Friends.'
Conductor Louis Langr e celebrates 10 years as music director at the Mostly Mozart Festival. Closing out the third week, Langr e leads the orchestra in a program of Mozart, Schubert and Brahms with violinist Joshua Bell. For the final concert, Swedish clarinetist Martin Fr st makes his debut with Mozart s Clarinet Concerto and Beethoven s Mass in C Major.
World War II veteran from Tupper Lake finally receives The Bronze Star he was promised for his bravery, Made in the Adirondacks, Aubrey Bresett shares the story of a country rock singer and songwriter, violin virtuoso Joshua Bell concert at Place des Arts in Montreal
Violinist Joshua Bell is releasing a new CD this week. A new book celebrates a historic landmark, and the stories of how the rich and famous spent their summers on Lake Champlain - Hotel Champlain to Clinton Community College: A Chronicle of Bluff Point.
The celebrated violinist talks about his CD, 'Musical Gifts,' and closes the show with a special performance.
Bronislaw Huberman never learned what happened to his Stradivarius violin that was stolen during his concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City in 1936. It disappeared for 50 years. The esteemed violinist Joshua Bell describes the story and today is honored to be the owner of the very violin that Huberman once performed on.
Environmental artist, sculptor Sally J. Smith, moon rising over Lake Champlain and the Bluff Point Lighthouse on Valcour Island, Joshua Bell, the world-renowned viloin virtuoso performed with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, film critic Rick Kisonak reviews two sci-fi thrillers.
Bronislaw Huberman was described to documentary filmmaker Josh Aronson 'as a cross between Isaac Stern, Joshua Bell and Michael Jackson,' making it a surprise to Aronson that most people had never heard of the great violinist. Aronson, Izhak Perlman and others speak about about Huberman's great musical gift and the political conviction that led him to save Jewish musicians from the Holocaust.
Violin virtuoso Joshua Bell discusses his career in music. A Montreal area sculptor creates to feel closer to her estranged daughter. A Montreal choreographer explores the urgency to speed up and slow down.
Music of the Heart -- Two-time Academy Award winner Meryl Streep (It's Complicated) stars with Angela Bassett (Notorious) in a heartwarming, acclaimed true story of how one woman's musical gift affected those who least expected it.
Violin virtuoso Joshua Bell responds to purist critics and discusses the collaborations involved in his new CD, 'At Home with Friends.'
The true story of a young teacher who fights against the board of education in her bid to teach underprivileged kids in a Harlem school the beauty of music through the violin.
There are two kinds of soloists, opines the conductor of the Mostly Mozart Festival. Find out which kind Joshua Bell is: Alan Alda and Louis Langree discuss the history of conducting and the joy of working with Joshua Bell.
Stars from Broadway and television join the New York Philharmonic to ring in the New Year with a joyous celebration of the music of Marvin Hamlisch. Featured performers include Beth Behrs, Joshua Bell, Lilla Crawford, Raul Esparza, Michael Feinstein, Maria Friedman, Josh Groban, Megan Hilty, Brian d'Arcy James, Kelli O'Hara, and of course series host Audra McDonald. Conducted by Paul Gemignani.
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