The musician’s 2019-2020 season will include debuts with the Baltimore Symphony, Singapore Symphony and Thailand Philharmonic
Photo Isi Akahome
Russia-born US violinist Philippe Quint has signed for worldwide general management with Columbia Artists.
The musician’s 2019-2020 season will include return performances with the Bournemouth Symphony under the baton of Andrew Litton; North Carolina Symphony under Rune Bergmann; Bochumer Symphoniker led by Steven Sloane; Bilbao Symphony Orchestra with conductor Jose Miguel Perez-Sierra; and Louisiana Philharmonic led by Carlos Miguel Prieto. He also makes debuts with the Baltimore Symphony led by Carolyn Kuan, Singapore Symphony under the direction of Andrew Litton, and the Thailand Philharmonic.
Quint made his Warner Classics recording debut earlier this year with a new album of arrangements of music by Charlie Chaplin, Chaplin’s Smile.
Watch and read: Violinist Philippe Quint on the music of Charlie Chaplin.
Born in St. Petersburg (then Leningrad), Quint studied at Moscow’s Special Music School for the Gifted with Andrei Korsakov and later at the Juilliard School in the US. His mentors include Dorothy Delay, Cho-Liang Lin, Masao Kawasaki, Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman, Arnold Steinhardt and Felix Galimir. He plays the 1708 ‘Ruby’ Stradivari violin on loan to him through The Stradivari Society.