A reader—who happens to be named Schoenberg—forwarded a link to an extended interview that Hilary Hahn gave to Violinist.com, much of it dealing with the Schoenberg Violin Concerto. This exchange would have been music to Schoenberg's tired ears:
Laurie: Is it a piece that's built on tone rows?
Hilary: I don't care.
Hahn's forthcoming recording of the Schoenberg for DG pairs this still rarely heard concerto with the Sibelius — the point being, I assume, that the one is not so "difficult" nor the other so "popular" as one might assume. Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts.