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From his debut at Carnegie Hall at 17, to some incognito busking on the Washington D.C. subway, Joshua Bell is one of today's great stars of the violin, a best-selling recording artist and now a conductor.
In 2007 Bell commissioned a violin concerto from the 15-year old composing prodigy Jay Greenberg. Bell gave the premiere with the Orchestra of Saint Luke's at Carnegie Hall, New York, on 28 October of that year.
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