Renaud Capuçon, violin & Guillaume Bellom, piano

Tue Feb 19, 8pm
Presented by: Library of Congress
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A sought-after soloist for major orchestra engagements around the globe, Renaud Capuçon is a violinist of “panache, sensitivity and sizzling virtuosity” (Chicago Tribune). He’s also a passionate chamber musician who frequently partners with distinguished colleagues like Martha Argerich, Yuri Bashmet and Hélène Grimaud, and creates intriguing projects like A Violin in Versailles, a summer mini-residency at the palace. His own violin is the 1737 “Panette” Guarneri del Gesù formerly owned by Isaac Stern. You’ll hear it in this all-French recital, alongside a fellow traveler: the Library’s Goldberg Baron Vitta Guarneri, just a few years older. Pre-concert conversation at 6:30 pm.

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