Daniel Hope press reviews
'the most exciting British string player since Jacqueline du Pré'
'a phenomenon. A brilliant soloist and chamber musician, he organises festivals and writes books which are as enjoyable as they are highly intelligent.'
'... a violinist of probing intellect and commanding style… a compelling performer whose work involves standard repertory, new music, raga, and jazz… In his most personal undertakings, he puts classical works within a broader context – not just among other styles and genres but amid history, literature, and drama – to emphasize music’s role as a mirror for struggle and aspiration.'
New York Times