Having started playing violin at age 2-1/2 in her native Tasmania, Adele Anthony has grown into a seasoned artist, garnering both international awards and recognition. On March 20 and 21st at the Music Center at Strathmore, Ms. Anthony is the featured soloist in the Brahms Violin Concerto, part of an all-Brahms program presented by the National Philharmonic under Music Director Piotr Gajewski. Deb Lamberton reached Ms. Anthony by phone at her home in Manhattan, where Adele lives with husband, violinist Gil Shaham, and their two young children.
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