Violinist Gil Shaham on the irresistible lure of 1930s violin concertos

Shaham_7412_FINAL_credit Luke Ratray

The Turbulent Thirties gave rise to an unprecedented explosion of concertos for the violin from some of the 20th century's greatest composers. American violinist Gil Shaham shares his thoughts on a choice selection from this most pivotal of decades

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