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8th February 2019
Cankarjev Dom - Gallus Hall, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Festival Strings Lucerne
Artistic Director Daniel Dodds
Ian Bostridge, tenor
Ivo Gass, horn
Wolfgang A. Mozart, Divertimento for Strings in D Major, K 136
Antonín Dvořák, Nocturne in B Major for Strings, Op. 40
Edward Elgar, Serenade for Strings in E minor, Op. 20
Benjamin Britten, Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31
Antonín Dvořák, Serenade for Strings in E Major, Op. 22
The leading Swiss chamber ensemble, and one of Europe’s finest and most sought-after orchestras, Festival Strings Lucerne is renowned for its broad repertoire and stylistic precision. Popular with contemporary composers, the ensemble has premiered over a hundred new works, including compositions by the world’s biggest names (Martinů, Xenakis, Penderecki and Ruzicka). The orchestra, whose hallmarks are sonic unity, technical sophistication and brilliant tone, prides itself on being in possession of several specimens of strings made by the old Cremona masters.
The programme’s red thread is shrouded in mysterious nocturnal mists: both the entertaining and playful or meditative moods of the night. The highlight of the evening is Britten’s Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, which reflects the composer’s sensitive appreciation of poetry – performed by British lyric tenor Ian Bostridge.
Evelyn Glennie returns to Graz on 24 & 25 February 2020 to perform Tan Dun‘s playful and profound Water Concerto for Water Percussion and Orchestra with the Recreation Grosses Orchester Graz.
She raises the roof in concert halls all over the world: percussionist Evelyn Glennie performs Tan Dun’s Water Concerto. Fire is provided by Richard Wagner (among others) with the finale from his Walküre. Keeping the elements in balance, Mei-Ann Chen on the podium.
Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 59 in A major, “Fire”
Richard Wagner: Wotans farewell and fire music, from “The Valkyrie”
Johannes Brahms: Hungarioan Danve No. 5 in C major (arr. Parlow)
Tan Dun: Water Concerto for water percussion and orchestra
The fabulous Trio Con Brio Copenhagen returns to the UK to give two concerts in March 2020 as part of their 20th anniversary concerts this season.
Friday, 20th March 2020. Nichlas Younge Society, Sussex Downs College 7.45pm
Saturday, 21st March. Banstead Arts Festival Society, Banstead Comunity Hall 7.30 pm.
In October 2019 Trio con Brio Copenhagen recieved one of Denmark‘s biggest honorary awards:
CARL NIELSEN AND ANNE MARIE CARL-NIELSENS AWARD 2019!
The award is given as a special acknowledgement of the recipients’ already demonstrated talent and as an encouragement and help to the artists’ future work. The trio received a generous endowment of 100.000 EUR at an award ceremony concert on Nov. 2019 in the Queen’s Hall of The Royal Library, Copenhagen.
Trio con Brio Copenhagen receives one of Denmark’s biggest honorary awards - CARL NIELSEN AND ANNE MARIE CARL-NIELSENS AWARD 2019!
The award is given as a special acknowledgement of the recipients’ already demonstrated talent and as an encouragement and help to the artists’ future work. The trio will be receiving a generous endowment of 750.000 DKK (100.000 EUR) at an award ceremony concert on Nov. 20 in Queen’s Hall of The Royal Library.
The award commitee justifies the award with the following:
For the past two decades, Trio con Brio Copenhagen has, at the highest international level, enriched Danish music life with sublime ensemble playing and deep well-considered interpretations in one of chamber music's very major disciplines - The classical piano trio. Trio con Brio Copenhagen has gained a large faithful audience, which has become accustomed to the high expectations being met every single time. Over the past twenty years, it has been a great pleasure to follow the trio's development and career, which has so far culminated with an excellent recording of Beethoven's piano trios.
Evelyn Glennie returns to Taiwan to perform with the Taipei Chinese Orchestra.
19. April 2020 Zhongzheng Hall, Taipei
VIVALDI: ( arr. Evelyn Glennie)
Concerto for piccolo Recorder(RV443)
Joe DUDDEL: Snowblind
In the Beethoven anniversary year, the Orchestra Wiener Akademie conducted by Martin Haselböck and joined by the Belgian soprano, Sophie Karthäuser will perform at the prestigious Istanbul and Izmir Festivals, Turkey.
Ouverture and Entracte from "Egmont" op 84
Two Songs from „Egmont“, op 84
„Die Trommel Gerühret“
„Freudvoll und leidvoll“
Scena ed Aria „Ah perfido“, op 65 for Soprano and Orchestra
Symphony Nr. 7 A-Major, op.- 92
Saturday 13 June 2020 20.00
Cemal Reşit Rey Konser Salonu, Istanbul
Sophie Karthäuser, soprano
Orchester Wiener Akademie
Martin Haselböck, conductor
Sunday, 14. June 2020 21.00
Ahmed Adnan Saygun Sanat Merkezi, Izmir
After its huge successful debut in China in 2015, The Salzburg Marionette Theatre will return once again to China for nine performances of its most recent production of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's “The Little Prince”.
Performances will be given in the cities of Shanghai, Hangzhou & Zhongshan between 4th - 19th November 2017.
It is with huge pleasure that MAM Management brings SMT to China for a second tour in November 2017.
Singers Rhiannon Llewellyn – soprano ; Sarah Champion- mezzo soprano, Bradley Smith – Tenor, Nicholas Merryweather-Baritone , William Vann- piano & Edwige Herchenroder – piano performed a delightful romantic evening of song at the Albert Long Hall, Istanbul, Turkey on 15th February 2017. The programme also included Schumann's “Spanisches Liederspiel” Op.74
... performed the Jenifer Higdon Percussion Concerto with the “Recreation Orchestra Graz, in the Stefanien Saal Graz on 27 & 28 February 2017
... was the guest soloist of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Bratislava under the conductor Jame Judd on 18 & 19 May 2017 when she performed J. Corigliano “Conjuror Concerto”
... made his debut with CCOHK on 23.03.2017
in Hong Kong.
Front man of the superstar baroque group Red Priest and winner of the Moeck International Recorder Competition, Piers Adams dazzles audiences worldwide with his astonishing technique and theatrical approach to baroque music. From the virtuosity of Vivaldi and Telemann to some thrilling moments in David Bedford’s heroic Recorder Concerto (where Piers Adams performs on several recorders from bass to sopranino, sometimes two at a time!), this programme is set to inspire. The recorder delights are complemented by some deliciously tuneful works for strings by Handel, Vivaldi and Warlock.
M.A.M. Management is delighted to be collaborating with the Austrian actress
on her latest chanson programme
The biographical one-woman show "From Vienna into the big wide world"
about the world-famous Lotte Lenya tells through the famous chansons the
dazzling life of this great artist born in Vienna and makes the fascination
of a former big star rise again.
MAM Management is proud to be involved with the China debut of the world-famous
in 2015 for its 102nd anniversary.
Performances included two wonderful works from its repertoire:
Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker"
and the Salzburg classic:
"The Sound of Music"