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Violonist Simone Lamsma Performances

Otto van den Toorn, courtesy of Simone Landsma

Fri, Feb 24 - Sun, Feb 26  2023

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Violinist Simone Lamsma joins conductor Otto Tausk for a performance of Bruch and Brahms with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at LA’s famous Walt Disney Hall. Lamsma is a rising star in the classical music world, and she and Tausk, the current music director of the Vancouver Symphony, join one of America’s most vibrant symphony orchestras.


  • Helen GRIMEMeditations on Joy (world premiere, LA Phil commission)
  • BRUCHViolin Concerto No. 1
  • Intermission
  • BRAHMSSymphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90


24 Feb 2023 –  8.00 PM,  BRUCH – VIOLIN CONCERTO
Walt Disney Concert Hall

25 Feb 2023 – 8.00 PM, BRUCH – VIOLIN CONCERTO
Walt Disney Concert Hall

26 Feb 2023 – 2.00 PM, BRUCH – VIOLIN CONCERTO
Walt Disney Concert Hall

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About Simone Lamsma

Hailed for her “brilliant… polished, expressive and intense” (Cleveland Plain Dealer) and“absolutely stunning” (Chicago Tribune) playing, Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma is respected by critics, peers and audiences as one of classical music’s most striking and captivating musical personalities.

With an extensive repertoire of over 60 Violin Concertos, Simone’s recent seasons have seen her perform with many of the world’s leading orchestras.

Simone began studying the violin at the age of 5 and moved to the UK aged 11 to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Professor Hu Kun. At the age of 14 Simone made her professional solo debut with the North Netherlands Orchestra performing Paganini’s 1st Violin Concerto, her debut highly praised by the press. She continued her studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Professor Hu Kun and Professor Maurice Hasson, where she graduated aged 19 with first class honours and several prestigious awards. In 2011, she was made an Associate of the RAM, an honour given to those students who have made significant and distinguished contributions to their field. Simone currently lives in The Netherlands.

 Photo by Merlijn-Doomernik, courtesy of Simone Lamsma

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