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Also, James Ehnes delivers the First Violin Concerto with displays of dazzling fireworks, dizzying glissandos, and an ethereal ending. Meanwhile, worrying about what might happen to the arts and artists, the composer left Russia the next year to go on a "short" concertizing tour; but, with the exception of a stint in 1927 in the newly-constituted Soviet Union, he did not return to his homeland for 15 years. And so, while Russia was in turmoil, he created such masterpieces as his Classical Symphony and the First Violin Concerto.A gifted communicator and educator, he is committed to inspiring the next generation of musicians and listeners, and has worked regularly with young people in programs such as those of the Tanglewood Music Center, New World Symphony, Colburn School, and Music Academy of the West.In the field of opera, Stéphane Denève has led productions at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, as well as Glyndebourne Festival, Teatro alla Scala, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Saito Kinen Festival, Gran Teatro de Liceu, Netherlands Opera, La Monnaie, Deutsche Oper Am Rhein, and Opéra national de Paris.
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He traveled to Siberia, Japan, and the United States, and finally settled in Paris.
Several violinists turned down the opportunity to perform the work, but eventually Marcel Darrieux, leader of the Paris Opera Orchestra, took up the soloist role under Serge Koussevitsky in 1923. On the one hand, Paris being a hot bed of the avant garde at the time, the progressives considered it too tame; and on the other, the conservative faction found the structure altogether too far-out.
In addition to his solo work, he is the first violinist of the Ehnes Quartet and the artistic director of the Seattle Chamber Music Society. Ehnes joins composer James Newton Howard on his tour; appears in recital in London, San Francisco, and Melbourne; performs in concert in North America, Europe, Australia, Hong Kong, and Seoul; tours with the Ehnes Quartet; and performs at the Seattle Chamber Music festivals.
He recently premiered Aaron Jay Kernis’s Violin Concerto with the Toronto, Seattle, and Dallas symphony orchestras.