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Joshua Bell is one of the most talented and well-known classical violinists in his genre. Serene, varied and prolific; audiences applaud the very notes that escape his strings when Joshua Bell performs LIVE! Purchase your Joshua Bell concert tickets now.
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Joshua Bell Concert Tickets

Widely celebrated for his distinct and varied range of styles, Joshua Bell is one of the most well-known violinists of the modern age. Currently serving as the Music Director for the prestigious Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Bell has had a prolific career as both a recording artist and performer. Since releasing his first LP under Decca at the age of 18, Bell has gone on to record and release over 40 CDs and is currently signed to Sony Classical as an exclusive artist. Whether you’re seeing him as a soloist, a director or part of a larger group, Joshua Bell tickets are the perfect gift for the classical music enthusiast in your life.

Bell has been recognized countless times for his contributions to the realm of classical music. He released, along with The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, a recording of Beethoven’s fourth and seventh symphonies that debuted at No.1 on the Billboard charts. Notably, Bell performed with no announcement or recognition, in a subway station in Washington, D.C., in 2007. The performance was part of a piece being written for the Washington Post by Gene Weingarten on how context and art interact. Weingarten won a Pulitzer Prize for the piece.