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donderdag 23 november 2017

Letter from Paris

Dear Friends,

How's it going on your side of the world? After four years in Paris, constantly thinking NYC is just around the corner, we are beginning to resign ourselves to a future of fresh croissants and perfect baguettes, delivered with that delightful French smile.

But New York's call is strong (as its housing market:) and I'm returning to play at Carnegie Hall on Jan 14, 2018 - tickets just went on sale!

Along with the usual suspects - Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin, and Debussy - the evening will include the Final Round of the "Getting to Carnegie" International Violin Competition, featuring theWorld-Premier of my Violin and Piano Sonata No. 2 with the help of four astonishingly good (and young) violinists. Unlike other classical competitions, you choose the winner, so come out and join the fun!

Afterparty to follow (details coming soon)

Can't wait to see you there~


PS. In other (more life-changing) news, two weeks ago James Gargiulo was born - 2.9 kilos of healthy naughtness:)


*New* Demo video (1min):

Demo video:

Rachmaninoff 2nd Piano Concerto (finale):

Liszt Tarantella meets The Godfather Tarantella:

"Simply put, expect to revise any preconceived notions you have about classical music concerts." (Huffington Post)

"He was in town last night...he's just brilliant....there are not enough words to describe the genius behind him....because when he sits down and plays you are watching a Beethoven or Chopin ...years from now your grandkids and great-grandkids will be talking about Julian. He's just magnificent." (ABC TV)