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Stanislav Kochanovsky returns to the Orchestre National de Lyon

25 March 2017 -

After the successful debut in 2015, Stanislav Kochanovsky retuns on the podium of the Orchestre National de Lyon with two concerts on March 25th and 27th.
The program sees works by Smetana, Chopin and Bartok (Concert for Orchestra).

Lyon is one example of the successful debuts Stanislav Kochanovsky recently achieved with orchestras such as the Rotterdam Philharmonic, the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, the Royal Flemish Philharmonic that will see him back again in the present and next season.

Daniel Smith conducts L'elisir d'amore

19 March 2017 -

After the recent debuts with the London Philharmonic, the Czech Philharmonic, the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI, the Warsaw Philharmonic, the New Japan Philharmonic and after the great success at his concert debut in March 2016, Daniel Smith is back to the Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova this time for an opera title: L'elisir d'amore.

Performances on March 19, 21, 22, 25, 26 and 28.

Andrea Lucchesini and Schubert

17 March 2017 -

The last three piano sonatas by Schubert, written simultaneously in his last summer  form the most impressive trilogy of music history, even more shocking than Beethoven for emotional and temporal concentration density.

Andrea Lucchesini,ideal interpreter of Schubert by nature and affinity, has decided to take on this venture with a particular formula, that of the story, thanks to 'intervention of the journalist and writer Sandro Cappelletto,

Milan, Società del Quartetto on March 14
Rome Accademia Filarmonica, March 16
L'Aquila, Aquilana Concert Society, March 26
Sassari, Teatro Verdi, March 31

Supersonic Award for Quartetto di Cremona

27 February 2017 -

We are very proud to announce that your new audite production „Ludwig van Beethoven: Complete String Quartets - Vol. 7“ has been awarded with a SUPERSONIC by the magazine Pizzicato. Congratulations!!!


Philipp Kopachevsky

Philipp Kopachevsky