On the eve of Carel’s departure to Moscow for a concert with Sexteto Canyengue and his departure on April 29 to Daytona Beach to give a concert there as a solist with the London Symphony Orchestra Carel got an invitation from the famous violinist Joshua Bell to contribute to two tangos on his new CD.You can imagine that Carel was pleasantly surprised and very much honoured to be invited by such a fantastic and talented artist.
On May 3 Carel will record two numbers in the Avatar studios together with Joshua Bell.For those who don’t know Joshua Bell too well we add a little piece of his biography:After a South American tour and summer festival performances at Aspen, Ravinia, Napa, Verbier, Cortona, Sun Valley and Tanglewood, Joshua performs at the Hollywood Bowl. His 2008-2009 performance season includes concerts with the New York Philharmonic, The Los Angeles Philharmonic and San Francisco Symphony, Joshua performs with the Indianapolis, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Montreal, Atlanta, Minnesota, Seattle, Syracuse and Oregon orchestras. Joshua will perform a recital tour in the United States with Jeremy Denk, while international dates include a tour with the Verbier UBS Festival Orchestra to Athens, Lisbon, Berlin and Munich performing Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. Joshua will also perform with the Spanish National Orchestra in Madrid, and in Paris with the Orchestra Philharmonic de Radio France. Joshua closes 2008 with a Beijing performance with the China National Symphony Orchestra. 2009 highlights include Miami’s New World Symphony, Lincoln Center Great Performers Series, and a European tour with the Minnesota Orchestra conducted by Osmo Vanska. After a performance at the 92nd Street Y with long-time collaborator Steven Isserlis, he returns to Europe to tour with the Camerata Academia followed by a European recital tour with Jeremy Denk. Joshua’s schedule continues with performances in Vancouver, Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland, Denver and Phoenix.
New CD Joshua Bell has two numbers with Carel Kraayenhof