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The second movement spins a melody of exquisite radiance; the final opening with a galloping rhythm led by the timpani, is a breathless, non-stop showcase for the soloist’s brilliance.

The masterful combination of ardent lyricism and virtuoso passages has made this concerto an audience favorite for more than a century. He and the orchestra are consistently recognized for their performances and are celebrated both in Pittsburgh and abroad, performing regularly at major music capitals and festivals, among them the BBC Proms, Musikfest Berlin, Lucerne Festival, Rheingau Musik Festival, Beethovenfest Bonn, Grafenegg Festival, Carnegie Hall, and Vienna’s Musikverein.

Venice is unlike anywhere else in the world Venice has a Mediterranean climate and experiences very high humidity, with hot weather in July and August, the height of summer.

Average temperatures in summer (June to August) usually range between 18°C and 28°C, (64°-82°F) dropping in winter (December to February) to between 0°C and 3°C (32°-37°F).

They give the ‘City of Water’ its unmatchable romantic and glamorous ambience.

Flights: Venice Marco Polo is the closest airport to central Venice, while Treviso, is used by most low cost airlines.

1905) In his youth Jean Sibelius desperately wanted to be a violinist, but it was not to be.Just occasionally in this city whose every turn looks like a film set, you must do the expected thing and take a trip by gondola for an unforgettable experience.When the crowds get too much, hop on a boat to some of the 100 or so islands that dot the lagoon, including Murano, known for its glass making, and Burano, famous for its colourful houses. Throw away the map, follow your instinct and veer down beguiling backstreets where you will find the best restaurants overlooked by most tourists and stumble across vignettes of Venetian life in a city unlike any other.

What is just daily life to the locals is fascinating to fresh eyes as builders, flower sellers, bakers and fire fighters tackle their tasks by boat.

Fortunately for the world, his deep love of the instrument gave us his Violin Concerto, whose American premiere the New York Philharmonic mounted in 1906.