• 12.10 (金)
  • 20.00
  • ブレーメン
    ·ディー・グロッケ
  • For this event the 2G rule applies

偉大なる先輩に感化されて

ハイドン、ストラヴィンスキー、ヘンデルの作品

Since her debut with Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto, the Norwegian violinist Vilde Frang has continued to delight the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen.

Haydn’s sojourn in England, lasting several years, made him an admirer of George Frideric Handel’s music. Handel was still very popular there at that time and it was Handel’s ›Messiah‹ that inspired Haydn to write his ›Creation‹. The overture to this Baroque oratorio is performed in conjunction with two London symphonies: No. 95 has no name but is the only one of the twelve in a minor key. It has no slow introduction and, in comparison with the others, is extremely short. No. 98 might have adopted one of several names: »The National Anthem« – as the beginning of the second movement is reminiscent of ›God save the King‹, or »The Harpsichord« but we will not be letting on here regarding the nature of this joke!

Please note: this event is subject to the 2G rule. Admission is restricted to those who have fully vaccinated or recovered status.

Should the concerts have to be cancelled, which we do not currently expect, you will of course receive a refund.

Tickets: for subscription holders, from Wednesday 24.11, available for general purchase from Monday 29.11.

プログラム

    • ヨーゼフ・ハイドン (1732–1809)
    • 交響曲第95番 ハ短調 Hob.I:95
    • イーゴリ・ストラヴィンスキー (1882–1971)
    • ヴァイオリン協奏曲 ニ長調
    • ゲオルク・フリードリヒ・ヘンデル (1685–1759)
    • オラトリオ「メサイヤ」HWV 56より序曲
    • ゲオルク・フリードリヒ・ヘンデル
    • ›Messiah‹ HWV 56 Pifa (Sinfonia Concertante)
    • ヨーゼフ・ハイドン
    • 交響曲第98番 変ロ長調 Hob.I:98

指揮

パーヴォ・ヤルヴィ

Estonian conductor and Grammy Award winner Paavo Järvi has been Artistic Director of The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, his only German orchestra, since 2004. One highlight of the collaboration were the celebrated concerts of the Beethoven cycle, which received critical acclaim worldwide. Järvi received numerous awards for the recordings, including the ›Echo Klassik‹ as ›Conductor of the Year‹ and the prestigious ›Annual Prize of the German Record Critics‹.

Following the Beethoven project, he and the orchestra tackled the symphonic works of Schumann and Brahms, which received similarly enthusiastic reviews. Paavo Järvi is also Principal Conductor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra, Artistic Advisor to the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and the Järvi Summer Festival in Pärnu, Estonia, and since 2019/20 Artistic Director of the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich. He regularly makes appearances as guest conductor with orchestras such as the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic orchestras, the Staatskappelle Dresden and the New York Philharmonic, the Chicago and the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra. In 2015, he was named ›Artist of the Year‹ by the renowned British magazine Gramophone and the French magazine Diapason. In 2019, he received the ›Opus Klassik‹ as ›Conductor of the Year‹.

ヴァイオリン

ヴィルデ・フラング

Born in Norway, Vilde Frang is today one of the leading young musicians of her field. At an early age, her profound musicality and exceptional artistry led her to the most renowned international orchestras. Aged just 12, she gave her debut with Mariss Jansons and the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. Her 2012 Credit Suisse ›Young Artists Award‹ was followed by her first appearance with Bernard Haitink and the Wiener Philharmoniker at the Lucerne Festival. Vilde Frang continues to be a regular guest with orchestras such as the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, the Berliner Philharmoniker, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, working with well-known conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Herbert Blomstedt and Esa-Pekka Salonen.

An enthusiastic chamber musician, Vilde Frang also appears regularly at festivals such as the Rheingau Music Festival, the Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival, the George Enescu Festival in Romania and the Salzburg Festival. This sought-after violinist, who plays a 1734 Guarneri del Gesùs violin on generous loan from a private European patron, is an exclusive artist under contract with Warner Classics. Her recordings have received numerous awards, including Gramophone, the Deutscher Schallplattenpreis, the Grand Prix du Disque and the Diapason d’Or. Vilde Frang has already performed several times with the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, most recently in 2019 in the Bremer Glocke and the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.

指揮

パーヴォ・ヤルヴィ

Estonian conductor and Grammy Award winner Paavo Järvi has been Artistic Director of The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, his only German orchestra, since 2004. One highlight of the collaboration were the celebrated concerts of the Beethoven cycle, which received critical acclaim worldwide. Järvi received numerous awards for the recordings, including the ›Echo Klassik‹ as ›Conductor of the Year‹ and the prestigious ›Annual Prize of the German Record Critics‹.

Following the Beethoven project, he and the orchestra tackled the symphonic works of Schumann and Brahms, which received similarly enthusiastic reviews. Paavo Järvi is also Principal Conductor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra, Artistic Advisor to the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and the Järvi Summer Festival in Pärnu, Estonia, and since 2019/20 Artistic Director of the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich. He regularly makes appearances as guest conductor with orchestras such as the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic orchestras, the Staatskappelle Dresden and the New York Philharmonic, the Chicago and the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra. In 2015, he was named ›Artist of the Year‹ by the renowned British magazine Gramophone and the French magazine Diapason. In 2019, he received the ›Opus Klassik‹ as ›Conductor of the Year‹.