With a passionate Russian program, Stanislav Kochanovsky is back on the podium of the Rotterdam Philharmonic:
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto n. 3 - soloist Boris Giltburg
Tchaikovsky Symphony n. 6 "Patetique"
Concerts on February 7, 8, 9.
RESIA, over 40 years of management
Superb performance of Tito Ceccherini in Le Grand Macabre at the Opernhaus Zurich:
"A master of his craft, conductor Tito Ceccherini confidently took the Philharmonia Zürich through two uninterrupted hours of Ligeti’s hellish and high-water sounds. [...] don’t see this production if you’re expecting something ordinary. Ordinary, it is not." wrote Bachtrack
Huge success in Sevilla for John Axelrod's special adaptation of Peter Shaffer's famous play "Amadeus": "El director de nuestra sinfónica ha hecho su particular adaptación de esta pieza tan arraigada en la memoria colectiva, convirtiéndola en una exquisita combinación de teatro y concierto que ha paseado desde principios de este siglo por diversas localidades europeas. Un espectáculo para el público del nuevo siglo que aúna el placer de disfrutar de una excelente experiencia musical en torno a la agradecida música de Mozart, con el disfrute de una competente representación teatral sin elementos rancios ni estridentes que pudieran enturbiarla." wrote Juan José Roldán on Pantalla Sonora
MILAN: MAMU Magazzino Musica - 26 January 2019 at 17.30
Andrea Lucchesini talks with Carlo Boccadoros about the release of the new album with which he completes a project created with Luciano Berio.
Recorded at the end of September last year on the Audite label, Andrea Lucchesini's new CD contrasts different musical eras in a dialogue that reveals unexpected affinities. In the first part of the programme, Lucchesini relates two historically very different Italian composers: Domenico Scarlatti with six Sonatas for keyboard and Luciano Berio with his Six Encores, fulfilling a project developed by Berio and by Lucchesini himself shortly before the composer's death, to whom Lucchesini was linked by a professional and friendly relationship.
Resia Artists is pleased to announce the Worldwide representation of conductor, Jaume Santonja.
Recently appointed Assistant Conductor of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra CBSO, Jaume Santonja has lead concerts with the Orquesta de Extremadura, ADDA·Simfònica from Alicante, Orquesta de Córdoba, Spanish National Youth Orchestra JONDE, the Antwerp Symphony Youth Orchestra. He is the founder of AbbatiaViva music collective (Belgium) and has a regular collaboration with the Orquesta de Extremadura OEX (Spain).
Apart from the intense collaboration with the CBSO in Birmingham, highlights of his next engagements include debut concerts in the subscription series of the RTVE Orchestra in Madrid, the Orquesta de Extremadura and the Antwerp Symphony.
See Jaume live here.