Sat, Mar 2 Maxim Emelyanychev conducts Haydn and plays Mozart
Conductor and pianist Maxim Emelyanychev is tonight's guest with the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, as both the conductor and pianist! Hear a piano concerto by Mozart, Haydn's 'London' Symphony and Mendelssohns Ouverture 'Die Hebriden', as well as songs by Britten, sung by the phenomenal soprano Jeanine De Bique.
Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest
Vocal Music, Orchestra
The Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the most versatile cultural organisations in The Netherlands. The orchestra organises a diverse concert program in The Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam and is a welcome guest on foreign stages and festivals. The Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra brings classical music to life at the highest level and collaborates closely with international guest soloists and conductors. It takes great pleasure in welcoming and developing new musical talent. Marc Albrecht was the chief conductor of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra|Netherlands Chamber Orchestra between 2011 and 2020; Lorenzo Viotti will succeed him in that position from season 2020/2021 and onwards.
Two of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra’s most important trademarks are its inviting programming and its accessible concert presentation. Everyone is welcome to a Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra concert, both experienced concert-goers and newcomers alike. The musicians guarantee an exceptional listening experience thanks to the enthusiasm with which they share their passion for music with the audience. The orchestra’s concerts also form the basis for related events, including opportunities for audience members to meet soloists and orchestral performers. The orchestra strongly believes that music connects people. Therefore its mission is to help make classical music accessible to everyone.
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Jongeren tot 30 jaar
Symphony No. 104 in D major 'London'
Les illuminations, op. 18
Overture 'Die Hebriden', op. 26
Piano Concerto No. 20 in d minor, KV 466