• 3.14 (木)
  • 20.00
  • ブレーメン
    ·ディー・グロッケ

常に最高を追い求めて

ハイライト定期公演シリーズ第1回公演

ストラヴィンスキー、シューマン、ハイドンの作品

プログラム

    • イーゴリ・ストラヴィンスキー (1882–1971)
    • 弦楽のための協奏曲 ニ調(バーゼル協奏曲)
    • ロベルト・シューマン (1810–1856)
    • チェロ協奏曲 イ短調 Op.129
    • ヨーゼフ・ハイドン (1732–1809)
    • 交響曲第90番 ハ長調 Hob.I:90

指揮

デイヴィッド・ジンマン

Conductor Laureate of the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, having completed his 19-year tenure as Music Director in summer 2014, David Zinman has held positions as Music Director of the Rotterdam Philharmonic, Orchestre Français des Jeunes or Principal Conductor of the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra.

A regular guest with the world’s leading orchestras, the 2018/19 season includes appearances with Wiener Symphoniker for their season opening conducting Mahler Symphony No.2, as well as Orchestre national de Lyon, Orchestre de Paris, Konzerthaus Berlin and more. Zinman also returns to the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich for concerts and his now world-renowned masterclasses.

David Zinman’s extensive discography of more than 100 recordings has earned him numerous international honours, particularly for his interpretation of Beethoven’s symphonies with the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, including five Grammy awards, two Grand Prix du Disque, two Edison Prizes, the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis and a Gramophone Award.

In 2000 the French Ministry of Culture awarded David Zinman the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and in October 2002 the City of Zürich Art Prize was awarded to him for his outstanding artistic efforts – making him the first conductor and first non-Swiss recipient of this award. More recently, Zinman received the prestigious Theodore Thomas Award in recognition of outstanding achievement and extraordinary service to one’s colleagues in advancing the art and science of conducting.

In 2008 he won the Midem Classical Artist of the Year award for his work with the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich. He was also the 1997 recipient of the prestigious Ditson Award from Columbia University in recognition of his exceptional commitment to the performance of works by American composers.

チェロ

マキシミリアン・ホルヌング

With his captivating musicality and instinctive sense of style, Maximilian Hornung, born in 1986, has been conquering the world for years. Even early on, this musician was making far-reaching musical waves at the highest level. He studied in Zurich and Berlin with renowned Professors Eldar Issakadze, Thomas Grossenbacher and David Geringas. Aged 23, Hornung became principal cellist with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra – a position most sought-after among cellists.

For some time, Maximilian Hornung has been performing as soloist with conductors such as Daniel Harding, Mariss Jansons, Bernard Haitink, Manfred Honeck, and with world famous ensembles such as the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra.  As a chamber musician, Hornung has also played with outstanding musical partners such as Anne-Sophie Mutter, Hélène Grimaud, Daniil Trifonov and Christian Tetzlaff. In addition to the most prestigious concert halls – Concertgebouw Amsterdam or London’s Wigmore Hall for example, Hornung also performs at festivals from Salzburg to Hong Kong. In September 2018 he was Artistic Director of the VivaCello Festival in Liestal.

His extensive and varied discography includes solo concerts as well as extremely prominent chamber music recordings. He received the Echo Klassik Prize as Young Artist of the Year (Sony 2011) and in the 2019 season he will be making his Debut with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen.

指揮

デイヴィッド・ジンマン

Conductor Laureate of the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, having completed his 19-year tenure as Music Director in summer 2014, David Zinman has held positions as Music Director of the Rotterdam Philharmonic, Orchestre Français des Jeunes or Principal Conductor of the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra.

A regular guest with the world’s leading orchestras, the 2018/19 season includes appearances with Wiener Symphoniker for their season opening conducting Mahler Symphony No.2, as well as Orchestre national de Lyon, Orchestre de Paris, Konzerthaus Berlin and more. Zinman also returns to the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich for concerts and his now world-renowned masterclasses.

David Zinman’s extensive discography of more than 100 recordings has earned him numerous international honours, particularly for his interpretation of Beethoven’s symphonies with the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, including five Grammy awards, two Grand Prix du Disque, two Edison Prizes, the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis and a Gramophone Award.

In 2000 the French Ministry of Culture awarded David Zinman the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and in October 2002 the City of Zürich Art Prize was awarded to him for his outstanding artistic efforts – making him the first conductor and first non-Swiss recipient of this award. More recently, Zinman received the prestigious Theodore Thomas Award in recognition of outstanding achievement and extraordinary service to one’s colleagues in advancing the art and science of conducting.

In 2008 he won the Midem Classical Artist of the Year award for his work with the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich. He was also the 1997 recipient of the prestigious Ditson Award from Columbia University in recognition of his exceptional commitment to the performance of works by American composers.