“Award-winning violinist Daniel Hope presents an eclectic and accessible mix of neo-Baroque, minimalist and soundtrack favorites, including works and arrangements by contemporary masters like Ludovico Einaudi, Arvo Part, Karl Jenkins, Max Richter, Gabriel Prokofiev, Alex Baranowski and more!
Spheres features a curated collection of repertoire celebrating the idea, first brought forward by Pythagoras, that planetary movement creates its own kind of music, bringing beauty, harmony and simplicity to our complex solar system. This idea fascinated philosophers, musicians, and mathematicians for centuries.
An album of broad consumer appeal features a number of world premieres. Music of reflection, contemplation and relaxation, this album appeals to admirers of Einaudi, Philip Glass, Karl Jenkins and others, as well as the wider “chill-out” market. Featured as main soloist on Max Richter’s acclaimed “Vivaldi Recomposed,” Hope is known for an effortless classical sound and intriguing approach to repertoire.”