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In addition, the free-flowing nature of jazz — in which the musical action shifts unpredictably from one soloist to another — is difficult to capture visually during live performance.
Pollauf's busy concert schedule includes regional performances as a soloist and ensemble member.
Besides working closely with the conductor on performance and interpretation issues, the concertmaster often performs as soloist.
Other soloists include Swiss guitarist Alessio Nebiolo, and violinists David Pedraza of Mexico and Valentin Mansurov of Uzbekistan.
Indeed, all three of the soloists performing with the DSO are Asian.
The Miami Oratorio will be joined by soloists soprano Joanne Martinez; mezzo-soprano Emelia Acon; tenor Lievens Costillo; and bass Gibson Dorce.
The mix of mystery and bombast continued with Samuel Barber’s Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, performed with soloist Philippe Quint.
Music director Marin Alsop and the BSO could not have asked for a more eloquent soloist for the noble Beethoven work than Gil Shaham.
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