This week, Guy Braunstein makes his debut performance with the Oulu Symphony Orchestra in Finland performing Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto conducted by Johannes Gustavsson.
Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Guy studied the violin under the guidance of Chaim Taub and later in New York with Glenn Dicterow and Pinchas Zuckerman.
He started performing as an international soloist and a chamber musician at a young age and has since played with the Israel Philharmonic, Tonhalle Zurich, Bamberg Symphony, Copenhagen Radio and Frankfurt Radio Orchestras, as well as the Philharmonica de la Scala, Berliner Philharmoniker, and many others.
His success brought him quickly to the world’s most important venues and he has collaborated with musicians such as Issac Stern, András Schiff, Zubin Mehta, Maurizio Pollini, Vladimir Fedosejew, Yefim Bronfman, Daniel Barenboim, Lioba Braun, Sir Simon Rattle, Mitsuko Ushida, Andrey Boreyko, Lang Lang, Jonathan Nott, Emmanuel Ax, Gary Bertini, Pierre Laurent Aimard, Semyon Bychkov, and Angelika Kirschlager.
Highlights in 2018/19 include return concerts as both soloist and conductor with the Trondheim Symphoniker and Hamburger Symphoniker as well as concerto debuts with the Ulster Orchestra and Opéra Toulon. Other performances include with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and Orquestra Santa Cecilia.
To find out more about Guy’s debut performance, visit this link.