Programme

    • Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840–1893)
    • Concerto for violin in D major op. 35
    • Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
    • Symphony No. 5 in E minor op. 64

Conductor

Jérémie Rhorer

Jérémie Rhorer is one of the most versatile and intellectually ambitious conductors of his generation. As the founder and Artistic Director of the orchestra Le Cercle de l’Harmonie, the Frenchman continues in the tradition of artist-innovator, exploring the repertoire of the 18th and 19th centuries using period instruments. A winner of the Prix Pierre Cardin, Rhorer is also a well-respected composer. For over 10 years, Jérémie Rhorer has developed a close relationship with the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, where he has conducted a broad spectrum of standard, rarely-performed and contemporary operas. Rhorer has also conducted some of the most distinguished international orchestras, including the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Gewandhausorchester, the Orchestre de Paris and the Czech Philharmonic.

In demand as an opera conductor, Rhorer has conducted performances at the Vienna State Opera, the Bavarian State Opera, the Teatro Real in Madrid and the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma and has also guest conducted at some of Europe’s most prestigious international festivals. Highlights of the current season include his debuts with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Bordeaux-Aquitaine and at the Opernhaus Zürich with a new production of Offenbach’s seldom-performed opera Barkouff. In recent years, Jérémie Rhorer and Le Cercle de l’Harmonie have initiated an innovative residency at Le Grand Théâtre de Provence in Aix-en-Provence, which includes an educational programme dedicated to new audiences. The exciting conductor enjoys a long-standing collaboration with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen.

Violin

Guido Sant'Anna

Born in São Paulo, Guido Sant’Anna began his studies on the violin at the age of 5, under the orientation of Marcia Uhlemann. At age 8 Guido was a finalist at the Prelúdio Competition, promoted by TV Cultura, São Paulo.

In 2018 he was a finalist at the Yehudi Menuhin Competition, gaining prizes and invitations to present in London, Gstaad (Switzerland) and Dubai, besides taking part on festivals in New York, Moscow and Madrid. At the same year, Guido was selected to participate in the Perlman Music Program. In September 2022 Guido won the 10th edition of the Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition, one of the most important violin competitions in the world.

Guido Sant’Anna has been a Cultura Artística fellow since 2012, under the guidance of Elisa Fukuda, and uses a Jean Baptiste Vuillaume (1798-1875) violin in his performances, kindly provided by luthier Marcel Richters.

Conductor

Jérémie Rhorer

Jérémie Rhorer is one of the most versatile and intellectually ambitious conductors of his generation. As the founder and Artistic Director of the orchestra Le Cercle de l’Harmonie, the Frenchman continues in the tradition of artist-innovator, exploring the repertoire of the 18th and 19th centuries using period instruments. A winner of the Prix Pierre Cardin, Rhorer is also a well-respected composer. For over 10 years, Jérémie Rhorer has developed a close relationship with the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, where he has conducted a broad spectrum of standard, rarely-performed and contemporary operas. Rhorer has also conducted some of the most distinguished international orchestras, including the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Gewandhausorchester, the Orchestre de Paris and the Czech Philharmonic.

In demand as an opera conductor, Rhorer has conducted performances at the Vienna State Opera, the Bavarian State Opera, the Teatro Real in Madrid and the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma and has also guest conducted at some of Europe’s most prestigious international festivals. Highlights of the current season include his debuts with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Bordeaux-Aquitaine and at the Opernhaus Zürich with a new production of Offenbach’s seldom-performed opera Barkouff. In recent years, Jérémie Rhorer and Le Cercle de l’Harmonie have initiated an innovative residency at Le Grand Théâtre de Provence in Aix-en-Provence, which includes an educational programme dedicated to new audiences. The exciting conductor enjoys a long-standing collaboration with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen.