Ehnes SF concert

James Ehnes Concert

On January 30th, 31st, and February 1st, violinist James Ehnes will be performing the Lalo Symphonie Espanole with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.

I have created a playlist called “Hank’s Violinist Ehnes” on Spotify, where you can hear his terrific interpretations of selections by Bach, Paganini, Elgar, and others. Please click HERE to listen to any/all of these audio selections, all performed by Mr. Ehnes.

This top notch violinist is becoming more well – known on a consistent basis. He is a terrific musician and I have enjoyed many of his recordings. Mr. Ehnes studied with Pinchas Zukerman.

The Program details are:


  • Charles Dutoit, conductor
  • James Ehnes, violin
  • San Francisco Symphony



  • Rapsodie espagnole


  • Symphonie espagnole, for violin and orchestra


  • Enigma Variations

More details? Go HERE:

I’m planning to attend; see you there!

Here is James Ehnes Playing the Fulton Collection of Violins and Violas. Each piece was selected to show the instrument’s potential, and James gives a great description of the qualities of each instrument.



And finally, here is an interview with Grammy Award Winning violinist James Ehnes, ahead of a performance of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with the Philharmonia Orchestra.



Tags: James Ehnes, Concert, San Francisco Symphony, Dutoit

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