From Bach to Dvorak to contemporary living composers, Indonesian-German violin virtuoso Iskandar Widjaja explores the range of classical and non-traditional music that make his instrument sing. In a tribute to idealism and freedom of all ages, Iskandar captures meditative sounds that have a transcendental quality and focus, incorporating personal arrangements and transcriptions that provide a new vibe for today’s audiences. In this rare performance at Bohemian National Hall, discover the repertoire and charisma of a stellar young musician who has been attracting wide international attention.
Iskandar plays a Jean Baptiste Vuillaume violin dating from 1875.
This event is organized by Dvorak American Heritage Association (DAHA), with support of BBLA.