• Sun. 04.09.
  • 8.00 p.m.
  • Bremen
    ·Die Glocke

Works by Rossini, Tchaikovsky and Say

Musikfest Bremen

Programme

    • Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868)
    • Overture to ›La Scala di Seta‹
    • Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840–1893)
    • Violin concerto in D major op. 35
    • Fazıl Say (*1970)
    • Symphony No. 5 (Commissioned work by Musikfest Bremen)

Conductor

Nil Venditti

Italian-Turkish conductor Nil Venditti is developing close relationships with many international orchestras around the world. In recent seasons, she has made successful debuts with orchestras including RTE National Symphony in Dublin, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, Irish National Opera and Camerata Salzburg – with whom she performed in 2019 together with the composer and pianist Fazil Say, who is a strong supporter of the conductor. In addition to her strong affinity with the core classical repertoire of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven and her commitment as an opera conductor, Nil Venditti also uses unusual formats to attract new target groups to classical music. Future season highlights include her return to Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, debuts with the Paris and Stuttgart Opera orchestras, Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Dresden Philharmonic, Helsingborg Symphony, Royal Swedish Opera for a new production of Don Giovanni, and her US debut at the San Francisco Conservatory. With her conducting at the Musikfest Bremen, she celebrates her debut with the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen.

Violin

Moné Hattori

Born in Tokyo in 1999, this young violinist is considered an outstanding talent and one of the most promising violinists of her generation. Moné Hattori began playing the violin at the age of five. She took lessons from Akiko Tatsumi and later studied in Switzerland with Zahar Bron. Aged eight, she performed with an orchestra for the first time and in 2009, she was the youngest musician ever to win first prize and the special prize at the Lipinski Wieniawski International Violin Competition in Poland. This was followed by her recital debut in Milan at the age of 11, concerts in Europe and Russia and other internationally renowned prizes such as the Grand Prix at the Boris Goldstein International Competition.

In October 2016, Hattori released her first CD, including Shostakovich’s 1st Violin Concerto, which she recorded with the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and which received many awards. Since then, Moné Hattori has performed on many major stages and tours with orchestras such as the New Japan Philharmonic, the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Philharmonic and the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra. Her debut in Bremen with the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen is eagerly awaited.

Conductor

Nil Venditti

Italian-Turkish conductor Nil Venditti is developing close relationships with many international orchestras around the world. In recent seasons, she has made successful debuts with orchestras including RTE National Symphony in Dublin, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, Irish National Opera and Camerata Salzburg – with whom she performed in 2019 together with the composer and pianist Fazil Say, who is a strong supporter of the conductor. In addition to her strong affinity with the core classical repertoire of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven and her commitment as an opera conductor, Nil Venditti also uses unusual formats to attract new target groups to classical music. Future season highlights include her return to Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, debuts with the Paris and Stuttgart Opera orchestras, Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Dresden Philharmonic, Helsingborg Symphony, Royal Swedish Opera for a new production of Don Giovanni, and her US debut at the San Francisco Conservatory. With her conducting at the Musikfest Bremen, she celebrates her debut with the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen.