Here is a clip of violin virtuoso Itzhak Perlman performing live in Russia in 1991. The pianist is Janet Goodman Googenheim. The program is quite varied and shows off his incredible musicianship well:
1:25 / TARTINI "Devil's Trill Sonata" in G minor (12:25 Cadenza: KREISLER)
16:50 / KREISLER "Liebesleid"
20:20 / PROKOFIEV "March", from "The Love for Three Oranges" Op.33
22:18 / BLOCH "Nigun", No.2 from "Baal-Shem"
29:15 / WIENIAWSKI "Etude Caprice" Op.18, No.4 (arr. KREISLER)
31:40 / TCHAIKOVSKY "Andante cantabile", 2nd mov. String Quartet No.1 Op.11
36:50 / BAZZINI "La Ronde des Lutins" Scherzo fantastico Op.25
Every time I listen to him play the violin my phrasing is better the next time I pick up my horn, even if I'm warming up. He is a force in the musical world that we are lucky to have.