It's only fitting that Czech violinist Miroslav Ambros plays an instrument made by iconic 18th century Italian violinmaker Camillo de Camilli -- Ambros' talent is just as precious, and equally as rare. In his accomplished career, the young violinist has won international competitions (including the Du Prix des Jeunes Talents Européens de Musique Classique in Marseille) and performed with some of the most prestigious orchestras in the world. Now you can catch this violin sensation live when Ambros performs at Seattle's PONCHO Concert Hall as part of his first-ever U.S. tour. Accompanied by pianist Zuzana Ambroová, he'll performs works by Dvorák, Martinu, Korngold, Suk, de Sarasate and Bazzini.
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