Daniel's radio shows

The Story of the Violin – BBC Radio 3

Daniel Hope’s BBC Radio 3 show, about the history and origins of the violin, fascinatingly blending music and speech, history and anecdote. Hope chronicles the instrument’s development from Mongolian nomads and legendary winged horses via Renaissance Italy to its incorporation into Indian music.
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The Savannah Music Festival – BBC Radio 2

Daniel Hope’s BBC Radio 2 show, looking at the eclectic and unique Savannah Music Festival in America, where he is Associate Artistic Director.
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Pulling out the stops – BBC Radio 4

A look at the role of the Vienna Court Organist from the baroque times to the present day, including interviews with the current holder of the title, organist Martin Haselböck
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Klassik Pop Etcetera – Deutschland Funk

Hope stellt seine Lieblingsmusik im Deutschland Funk vor.

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 1 – Boston

Daniel Hope’s Radio Blog accompanies the farewell tour by the Beaux Arts Trio of North America and Canada

In April 2008, the Beaux Arts Trio, Menahem Pressler, Antonio Meneses and Daniel Hope, performed an 18-concert tour in 20 days, their final ever tour in the United States. American Public Media’s Performance Today team sent off a portable recorder to Mr. Hope who has captured the essence of their whirlwind tour in a series of audio “blogs” and interviews backstage.

They wrapped things up stateside at Tanglewood, August 20th and 21st 2008, the place where it all started, in 1955. Please enjoy these moments “behind the curtain.”

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 2 – New York

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 3 – Philadelphia

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 4 – Toronto

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 5 – Vancouver Part 1

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 6 – Vancouver Part 2

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 7 – Driving in California

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 8 – San Francisco

Next Concert
04.05.2017, 20:00h

Vivaldi Four Seasons and Vivaldi Recomposed in Berlin

Germany, Berlin,
Philharmonie (Kammermusiksaal)


Daniel's radio shows

The Story of the Violin – BBC Radio 3

Daniel Hope’s BBC Radio 3 show, about the history and origins of the violin, fascinatingly blending music and speech, history and anecdote. Hope chronicles the instrument’s development from Mongolian nomads and legendary winged horses via Renaissance Italy to its incorporation into Indian music.
© Vision Thing, all rights reserved

The Savannah Music Festival – BBC Radio 2

Daniel Hope’s BBC Radio 2 show, looking at the eclectic and unique Savannah Music Festival in America, where he is Associate Artistic Director.
© Vision Thing, all rights reserved

Pulling out the stops – BBC Radio 4

A look at the role of the Vienna Court Organist from the baroque times to the present day, including interviews with the current holder of the title, organist Martin Haselböck
© Vision Thing, all rights reserved

Klassik Pop Etcetera – Deutschland Funk

Hope stellt seine Lieblingsmusik im Deutschland Funk vor.

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 1 – Boston

Daniel Hope’s Radio Blog accompanies the farewell tour by the Beaux Arts Trio of North America and Canada

In April 2008, the Beaux Arts Trio, Menahem Pressler, Antonio Meneses and Daniel Hope, performed an 18-concert tour in 20 days, their final ever tour in the United States. American Public Media’s Performance Today team sent off a portable recorder to Mr. Hope who has captured the essence of their whirlwind tour in a series of audio “blogs” and interviews backstage.

They wrapped things up stateside at Tanglewood, August 20th and 21st 2008, the place where it all started, in 1955. Please enjoy these moments “behind the curtain.”

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 2 – New York

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 3 – Philadelphia

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 4 – Toronto

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 5 – Vancouver Part 1

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 6 – Vancouver Part 2

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 7 – Driving in California

Backstage with Beaux Arts – No 8 – San Francisco