• The stirring young Stefan Jackiw...made the work his own

  • Talent that's off the scale.

  • He is a nimble musician who traverses the violin as if impediments didn't exist.

  • Brilliantly skillful and selflessly musical.

Upcoming Schedule

March 24, 2017

JCT in Washington DC

UDC Theater of the Arts Washington, D.C.

Trio concert with Conrad Tao (piano) and Jay Campbell (cello)

Mozart: Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat Major, K. 254
Ives: Piano Trio, S. 86
Mozart: Piano Trio No. 6 in G Major, K. 564
Dvořák: Piano Trio No. 3 in F Minor, Op. 65​

 

April 27, 2017

New Jersey Symphony conducted by David Danzmayr

New Jersey Performing Arts Center Newark, NJ

Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor

Recent News

From Philadelphia to Palm Beach to Carnegie Hall, Stefan's tour with the Russian National Orchestra last night was an unqualified success, with each performance garnering new rave reviews. See below for some of the highlights!

 

The stirring young Stefan Jackiw...made the work his own: not only the beautiful melodies but also the skittish passages in which the tunes seem to be morphing and turning themselves inside out. He rendered them all with seeming ease and remarkable purity of tone, qualities he carried into his encore, the Largo from Bach’s Unaccompanied Violin Sonata in C, which he shaped beautifully.

Stefan Jackiw has risen swiftly in the past decade to challenge the foremost talents of our day - Ehnes, Tezlaff, Kavakos, Hahn - by the quality of his insight and skill. He played Mozart like an angel. The result was about as pure and as close to perfection as music can get.