Max Bruch (1838 - 1920) was a German clasical composer who wrote over 200 classical works including three violin concertos but it was his first which became his most popular.
The track below is the finale. Allegro energico- Presto movement of the concerto and is played by Anne-Sophie Mutter with Herbert Von Karajan conducting the Berliner Philharmonic.
You can see the full piece being performed here which is a compilation of soloist Itzhak Perlman playing the three movements with different orchestras and conductors.
I was once at a concert in Vienna with my wife Sue when the Vienna Philharmonic featured this concerto played by an Hungarian soloist whose name I can not remember. But I do remember his performance as he received a standing ovation at the end of the first movement, the first time I have ever experienced such a reaction from a classical audience.
This concerto and the one by Mendelssohn are possibly the two of the most popular violin concertos ever written and these two are often considered to be a pair. You will find the Mendelssohn violin concerto featured among my favourites of Mendelssohn compositions.
Max Bruch's discography can be found here.