Midori Englewood Tickets

Midori Englewood tickets will mark your entry into the Japanese Violinist’s mesmerizing live performance, at the Bergen Performing Arts Center this November. Besides being a versatile performer, the music artist is the founder of a nonprofit organization called ‘Midori and Friends’. It aims to provide quality education in order to facilitate the amateur musicians’ learning process. The first time the Japanese violinist performed on a public platform was at the age of six. She played the 24 Caprices of Paganini and left the audience stunned by her confidence and skill of the art. Midori played her first live concert under the direction of Zubin Mehta, while sharing the stage with the New York Philharmonic. Over the years, she has worked with various conductors such as Max Hobart, Malcolm Lowe and Leonard Bernstein.

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She has played many hit concertos during her career. One of the highlight performances by Midori is her 1986 concert at Tanglewood. While she was in the middle of the performance she broke two strings, first of her own instrument and second of the one she borrowed from the present concertmaster. Any fourteen year old would have panicked in such a position, but Midori exhibited her professionalism by borrowing another conductor’s Guadagnini (instrument) to continue her play. The following day, she grabbed the front page headline of renowned publication The New York Times. The headline read ‘Girl, 14, Conquers Tanglewood with 3 Violins’. The Suntory Music Award honoree is now coming your way to put forth an excellent show of her violin playing craft. So get your cheap Midori Englewood tickets and join the artist for a captivating musical night.