All Bernstein articles
Daniel Hope: America
Daniel Hope stateside and off duty, but very much on form
Leonard Bernstein centenary: his contribution to string playing
In this extract from an article exploring the great composer and conductor’s string legacy, Tully Potter takes a close look at the creation of his violin concerto in all but name, the Serenade after Plato’s Symposium
American Works. Barber: Cello Sonata. Bernstein: Three Meditations from Mass. Carter: Cello Sonata. Crumb: Sonata for Solo Cello. Copland: Waltz and Celebration from Billy the Kid
The Strad Issue: February 2016 Description: Crumb and Carter stand out in a recital of cello Americana Musicians: Paul Watkins (cello) Huw Watkins (piano) Composer: Barber; Bernstein; Carter; Crumb; Copland Midtown Manhattan skyscrapers swirling in the city mist: the cover art framing Paul and Huw Watkins’s album ...
Violinist Joshua Bell performs Bernstein's Serenade
Virtuoso violinist Joshua Bell rehearses Bernstein's Serenade with the New York Philharmonic conducted by Alan Gilbert in Istanbul in March 2013. The Strad's November 2014 issue , out now, explores the rich recording history of the work, which was written 60 years ago. Subscribe to The Strad ...