Violinist Jennifer Koh has earned a world-wide reputation for being unique in her generation for bringing her probing intellectual acuity to contemporary and traditional repertoire in equal measure, and is beloved by audiences and critics alike for her consummate musicianship and the daring passion of her performances. Ms. Koh is committed to exploring connections between the pieces she plays, searching for similarities of voice among composers, as well as within the works of a single composer. Accordingly, her programs often present rare and revealing juxtapositions, offering works by composers as divergent as Mozart and Ligeti, Schubert and Saariaho.
Violinists Jennifer Koh and Jaime Laredo join forces for 'Two x Four', a new Bach-inspired recording to be released by Cedille Records on April 29
Album of four double-violin concertos offers J.S. Bach's Concerto for Two Violins, Philip Glass’s Echorus, and world-premiere recordings of Anna Clyne's Prince of Clouds and David Ludwig’s Seasons Lost