Boston Symphony Orchestra opened its Tanglewood season on Friday night with Joshua Bell and Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos conducting Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D and Symphony No. 5 in E minor. Read the full piece here.
Joshua was featured in the San Diego Union-Tribune this past weekend. Read the full piece here.
Joshua was featured in the San Diego Union Tribune this past Sunday! Read the full piece here.
NEW YORK CHAPTER PRESENTS THE RECORDING ACADEMY HONORS® 2013 CELEBRATING ASHFORD & SIMPSON, JOSHUA BELL, MELISSA ETHERIDGE, THE CREATORS OF "LES MISERABLES," AND TREY SONGZ
Gala Event Will Benefit Advocacy, Education,
And Professional Development Programs Of The New York Chapter
On Earth Day, April 22, 2013, Chasing Ice screened at The White House for some of America’s key policymakers. It will also play again on the National Geographic Channel this Friday at 4pm and 5:30 pm EST.
Chasing Ice features the song “Before My Time” written by J.Ralph, performed by Joshua Bell and Scarlett Johansson.
Joshua Bell and Jeremy Denk make a special appearance on “American Songbook featuring Michael Feinstein” airing on PBS Fri, April 12 @ 9 PM – “On the Air.” Please check local listings.
Check out The Academy of St Martin in the Fields’ music director Joshua Bell, Principal First Violin Harvey de Souza and journalist Helen Wallace as they talk about the new recording of Beethoven Symphonies 4 and 7 and much more at Google’s first HANGOUT!
Joshua recently sat down with USA Today to talk technology. Read the piece here.
The Academy of St Martin in the Fields is joining forces with Google + and will be hosting its first Google + Hangout on Sunday 24 March at 7pm (Greenwich Mean Time). Hangout with our Music Director Joshua Bell, Principal First Violin Harvey de Souza and journalist Helen Wallace as they talk about the new recording of Beethoven Symphonies and much more.
Joshua and Sam Haywood perform Schubert and talk about conducting on Performance Today. Listen here.
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