Young talents and big names for the autumn of the Symphony – Chronicle

Director Hirofumi Yoshida

The Municipal Symphonic Autumn begins on 10 October and includes 7 concerts, 4 with the Orchestra and 3 with the Philharmonic led by President Giorgio Zagnoni: the program ends on 4 December, again at the Manzoni Auditorium. The debut is with the conductor Marco Angius, who on the podium of the Municipal Orchestra proposes, among other things, the Concerto for violin and …

The Municipal Symphonic Autumn begins on 10 October and includes 7 concerts, 4 with the Orchestra and 3 with the Philharmonic led by President Giorgio Zagnoni: the program ends on 4 December, again at the Manzoni Auditorium. The debut is with the conductor Marco Angius, who on the podium of the Municipal Orchestra proposes, among other things, the Concerto for violin and orchestra n. 1 in D major op. 19 by Sergej Prokof’ev, played by 27-year-old Andrea Obiso, first violin of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia Orchestra. On 11 October Hirofumi Yoshida returns to the podium of the Philharmonic: soloist the young talent Federico Colli, winner of the Mozart Competition in Salzburg in 2011 and of the Gold Medal at the Leeds International Piano Competition in 2012. ‘Orchestra del Comunale the young Belgian multi-instrumentalist Martijn Dendievel, who approaches the Symphony n. 1 in E minor op. 39 by Jean Sibelius with two pages by Franz Liszt: Les Préludes and the Concerto for piano and orchestra n. 1 in E flat major, played by the pianist Giuseppe Albanese. On November 8 recovery of the concert canceled for Covid with the American Ryan McAdams at the helm of the Philharmonic and the cellist in great ascent Kian Soltani. Double debut of two young talents with the Tcbo Orchestra on November 26: Corinna Niemeyer, artistic and musical director of the Orchester de Chambre du Luxembourg, and pianist Luca Buratto. Prestigious formation on 29 November, for the Triple Concerto in C major op. 56 by Beethoven, with Alexander Lonquich in the dual role of conductor and pianist, the Hungarian violinist Barnabás Kelemen and the Armenian cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan. It closes on December 4th with the concert conducted by the award-winning Dmitry Matvienko, and again Giuseppe Albanese.

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