Korngold began work on his 'Violin Concerto' in 1937, following his father's suggestion that the main theme from his score for the Errol Flynn epic 'Another Dawn' would make a good basis for a concerto. The work remained dormant while Korngold was exiled to Hollywood after the Anschluss. He resumed work on it in 1945, and fully revised it. Premiered by Jascha Heifetz in 1947, the concerto is widely performed and recorded, and is certainly Korngold's best-known concert work. Widely considered the greatest composer-prodigy since Mozart, Korngold composed the 'String Sextet' in 1914, when he was only seventeen years old. It shows his fully developed style and assured idiomatic writing for the ensemble. Andrew Haveron leads the Sinfonia of London Chamber Ensemble in the Sextet, and is joined by John Wilson and the RTE Concert Orchestra in the 'Violin Concerto'.