Mr. Dicterow distinguished himself at a young age winning numerous awards and competitions and made his solo debut at age 11 with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. He has been a guest soloist with many symphony orchestras, has made numerous recordings, and has been the featured soloist in such film scores as The Untouchables and Beauty and the Beast. Mr. Dicterow is on the faculty at The Julliard School and Manhattan School of Music. 

New York Philharmonic

"...Mr. Dicterow plays with admirable elegance and utter fearlessness."

New York Times
San Diego Symphony

"...Bruch's brand of romanticism found the right interpreter in Dicterow. The celebrated soloist...treated the rhapsodic themes with such tender mastery..."

San Diego Union-Tribune
Grand Rapids Symphony

"Dicterow who has a pedigree unsurpassed among living violinists, gave a vital, vibrant performance of the [Rozsa Violin Concerto] that hardly lets the violinist come up for air…He attacked the finale vigorously, but played with as much precision as passion to earn a standing ovation."

Grand Rapids Press
New York Philharmonic

"[Dicterow] rose brilliantly to passages of flashing virtuosity and…carried through the various moods effectively [Bartók Concerto No. 2]..."

New York Times
Syracuse Symphony

"Dicterow spun out the sharp-edged, gypsy flavored melodies of the opening movement with the flair of a master story-teller [Bruch Concerto No. 1]....The audience rewarded him with a prolonged standing ovation."

Syracuse Herald Journal
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