Daniel Hope's recordings run the stylistic and generic gamut, which brings him a good deal of mainstream attention. An advocate of contemporary music, he has also performed with period-instrument ensembles, partnered with actor Klaus Maria Brandauer in conceptual projects, and recorded music inspired by Ravi Shankar and albums that use Vivaldi's familiar music as further creative activity. Yehudi Menuhin encouraged Hope to take up the violin as a child. Hope went on to study at the Royal College of Music, then in Hamburg, and finally at the Royal Academy of Music. He has commissioned works from many living composers, and has hosted radio and television programs about music. He maintains an active chamber music career and is also an author. ~ TiVo Staff
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