Matinee idol good looks meet out-of-this stratosphere musicianship. Grammy-winning jazz trumpeter Bottiand classical violinist Bell team up to deliver impassioned, ageless music. Botti has proved over and over again that he is an exceptional balladeer – whether performing the “Star Spangled Banner” in the New York Giants’ stadium (which brought an NFL player to tears) or captivating audiences at the Blue Note Club. Bell, a prodigy who is considered “the greatest American violinist active today” (The Boston Herald), has all the prestigious accolades of a superstar classical musician; he also served as the incognito subway busking subject of Pulitzer Prize-winning Gene Weingarten story about art and context. Both Botti and Bell have collaborated with A-list musicians; Botti has shared the stage with Sting and Paul Simon while Bell has wielded his 18th century French bow across the strings of his 1713 Stradivarius alongside Plácido Domingoand Alison Krauss. It’s a double billing of musical brilliance.