Tuesday 16 April 2019

IL VIAGGIO A REIMS' REHEARSAL

Maestro Daniel Smith debuts with Il viaggio a Reims at Opera Australia, in May. Today the rehearsals start with direction of Damiano Michieletto. 

First performance on May 24 at 7 PM at Arts Centre in Melbourne. 

Repetitions on: May 28, at 7 PM;

                       May 30, at 7 PM;

                       June 1, at 12.30 PM.

Friday 12 April 2019

EMMANUEL TJEKNAVORIAN NEW ARTIST IN RESIDENCE IN VIENNA

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian will enjoy the honour to be Artist in residence of the Vienna Musikverein in the season 2019/20. He will perform with orchestra and in special chamber concerts and he will be the youngest  musician to become Artist in Residence at Musikverein. The 2019/20 season will also celebrate the 150 year anniversary for the concert haus. 

Friday 12 April 2019

VIKINGUR OLAFSSON WON TWO BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE AWARDS

The young pianist Vikingur Olafsson won the Recording of the Year Award and the Instrumental of the Year Award at the BBC Music Magazine Awards for his recording Johann Sebastian Bach,  released by Deutsche Grammophone. 

Friday 12 April 2019

ANTOINE TAMESTIT WON TWO BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE AWARDS

Antoine Tamestit won two prizes at BBC Music Magazine Awards: the Chamber Award for the album Debussy the Late Works  and the Premiere of the Year Award for his recording of Jörg Widmann's Concerto per viola  recorded with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Daniel Harding. Both released by Harmonia Mundi.

Thursday 11 April 2019

STANISLAV KOCHANOVSKY RETURNS TO ROME WITH BENEDETTO LUPO

Stanislav Kochanovsky returns for the fourth time at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. For the occasion he conducts the prèmiere of Ivan Fedele's Lexikon III, the Sergej Tanayev's Cantata Giovanni di Damasco, Skrjabin's Piano Concert with Benedetto Lupo and Stravinskij's suite L'uccello di fuoco.

The concerts are:

On April 11, at 7.30 PM

On April 12, at 8.30 PM

On April 13, at 6.00 PM

Friday 5 April 2019

JOHN AXELROD RETURNS TO LAVERDI

John Axelrod returns to LaVerdi, in Milan. He will conduct Brahms'  Serenata no.1 and  Šostakovič'  Symphony no. 6. Born in 1939, a crucial year in twentieth-century history, the Sixth  in fact conveys the image of a restless and disturbing, grotesque and tragic world shaped by Šostakovič with a language that is deliberately disjointed and unbalanced, almost as if to mirror a world that had lost its mind.

The concerts will be on Friday 5 at 8 pm and on Sunday 7 at 4 pm, at Auditorium of Milan, Fondazione Cariplo.

 

Friday 5 April 2019

STANISLAV KOCHANOVSKY DEBUTS SUCCESFULLY ON THE PODIUM OF THE PHILHARMONIA

 

On "bachtrack" they say about him:

"Russians invade the Philharmonia - The occasion brought young Russian conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky to London for the first time. He has been making waves around Europe and beyond, and we now heard just why".

And on "Seen and Heard International" too:

"The orchestra was under Stanislav Kochanovsky, who was replacing Yuri Temirkanov. St. Petersburg-born Kochanovsky is a superb accompanist, with Matsuev all the way, while allowing his orchestra to take centre-stage as appropriate. [...] there is no doubting the musical intelligence of this conductor".

Thursday 28 March 2019

Stanislav Kochanovsky at the Concertgebouw

Is now available the video from last concert of Stanislav Kochanovsky at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra.

Program:
Thorvaldsdottir - Aeriality (Nederlandse première)
Sibelius – Violin Concerto – sol. Sergey Khachatryan
Rachmaninov – Symphony n. 1

Click here!

Sunday 17 March 2019

Tito Ceccherini: from Ligeti to Haydn

From Ligeti's Le Grand Macabre at the Opernhaus in Zurich to Haydn's Il Mondo della Luna at the Philharmonie in Paris, the extraordinary artistic journey of Tito Ceccherini.

“Quelle chance pour les protagonistes de ce Mondo della luna d’avoir pu travailler avec un chef tel que Tito Ceccherini ! Dès l’ouverture, sa preste baguette apporte un allant et une pulsation qui perdurent tout au long de la représentation. Les jeunes instrumentistes de l’Orchestre du Conservatoire (Sarah Jegou au violon solo) forcent l’admiration par le relief, le tonus et les couleurs d’une exécution stylée. Ils disposent il est vrai du guide idoine en la personne du maestro italien” wrote Alain Cochard on ConcertClassic