A True Violin Master
Considered a true master of the violin of our time, Pinchas Zukerman delights the Boettcher Concert Hall this winter as he takes on Max Bruch's iconic Violin Concerto No.1. A piece that is loved for its ability to showcase the very best that the instrument can offer, 'the Bruch Violin Concerto' dazzles with it virtuosic capacities, full of soaring passages the concerto emulates love, romance, and heartbreak.
Born in Tel Aviv, Zukerman began his musical studies at the tender age of four, by the age of eight a young Zukerman was mastering his craft of the violin. Leaving Israel to further his studies at the prestigious Juilliard School in New York City, Zuckerman wowed his tutors, and made his New York debut in 1963. From 1970 Zukerman has diversified his talents, becoming a conductor and even serving as director to the London SouthBank festival from 1971 to 1974. With an eclectic and wondrous career behind him, Pinchas Zukerman shows no sign of slowing down just yet!