Erich Wolfgang Korngold Violin Concerto in D Major Op. 35 premiered on this day in 1945.
The first performance was given by Jascha Heifetz with the St. Louis Symphony – under conductor Vladimir Golschmann.
Having vowed to give up composing for the concert hall, during the 2nd World War, it was the first work Korngold penned following Hitler’s defeat.
JASCHA HEIFETZ | KORNGOLD VIOLIN CONCERTO | VLADIMIR GOLSCHMANN & ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY
VC ARTIST STEFAN JACKIW | KORNGOLD VIOLIN CONCERTO | CARLOS KALMAR & ORQUESTRA SINFONICA DE RTVE