Recorded live at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Jonathan Leshnoff's Symphony No. 4 "Heichalos" is a new work featuring the Violins of Hope. These instruments, once owned by Jews during the Holocaust, today stand as testaments to resilience in the face of oppression and unimaginable horror.
Experience the singular power of these remarkable instruments on Leshnoff's latest Naxos recording, which also features his works Starburst and Guitar Concerto, the latter featuring soloist Jason Vieaux.
MEET OUR MUSICIANS
Anthony Parce has distinguished himself in exploring the versatility and relevance of today’s classic music world. He was one of four inaugural Community Embedded Musicians with the Houston Symphony, where he taught extensively in area schools from pre-K through college, did therapeutic and palliative work in healthcare settings, organized diverse concerts in community and social centers, and curated several salon-style patron engagement experiences.
He holds degrees from the New England Conservatory and Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, studying with James Dunham, Roger Tapping and Karen Ritscher. He is a native of Seattle, Washington.