• 3.30 (土)
  • 20.00
  • ブレーメン
    ·ディー・グロッケ

発見の喜び

ハンザⅠ定期公演シリーズ第1回公演

トゥール、ブルッフ、メンデルスゾーンの作品

プログラム

    • エリッキ=スヴェン・トゥール (*1959)
    • 弦楽のための「Flamma」
    • マックス・ブルッフ (1838–1920)
    • クラリネットとヴィオラのための協奏曲 ホ短調 Op.88
    • フェリックス・メンデルスゾーン (1809–1847)
    • 交響曲第1番 ハ短調 Op.11

指揮

ジョナサン・ブロクスハム

Born in 1988, the conductor Jonathan Bloxham is an unusually versatile artist, whose »innate musicality« is held in high esteem, not only by his teacher Paavo Järvi. In addition to his »deep knowledge and understanding of the symphonic repertoire« (Paavo Järvi) Bloxham is also passionate about Contemporary Music. This young British musician started his career as a cellist. As a celebrated and award-winning instrumentalist, he gave his concerto debut in 2012 in the Berlin Philharmonie. Also in his role as conductor, he has worked with many renowned ensembles, most recently the City Chamber Orchestra in Hong Kong, the Malaysian Philharmonic, the RTE Concert Orchestra, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and as Cover Conductor with the New York Philharmonic. Up until 2018, Bloxham was Assistant Conductor of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he is Founder and Artistic Director of the Northern Chords Festival.

Bloxham, who studied with Sian Edwards and Nicolas Pasquet, will be spending the 2019 summer season as Assistant Conductor at Glyndebourne. In addition, he has a series of engagements with the China National Philharmonic Orchestra in Beijing, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra and the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra. Bloxham is also a founding member of the Busch Trio, with whom he performed up until 2015 and won several prizes. He continues his involvement in chamber music and performs regularly with many renowned musicians, has given a number of performances in London’s Wigmore Hall and has appeared on BBC Radio 3 several times. Many Bremen concertgoers remember Bloxham for his inspiring debut at the 2018 ›Summer in Lesmona‹ festival.

クラリネット

マシュー・ハント

ヴィオラ

ニルス・メンケマイヤー

With artistic brilliance and innovative programming, Nils Mönkemeyer has swiftly established himself as one of the most successful international violists of recent times.  As a soloist, he has performed in almost all renowned concert halls from Vienna to London as well as at numerous festivals – including the Bach Festival in Montreal and the Rheingau Music Festival, where he has played with top international orchestras such as the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Bern Symphony Orchestra, the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin and the Orchestre de Chambre Lausanne, all under the direction of celebrated conductors such as Andrej Boreyko, Sylvain Cambreling, Simone Young, Kent Nagano or Mario Venzago, to name but a few.

As an exclusive Sony Classical artist, the violist has released several albums in recent years, all of which have been highly praised by the media and which have won a number of awards. Programmes range from discoveries of original 18th century viola literature to contemporary works, some of which are his own arrangements. Alongside his international appearances with larger orchestras, chamber music concerts will feature heavily among his projects in 2019, including the piano quartet with Alina Ibragimova, Christian Poltera and William Youn. Mönkemeyer, who has been Professor and Munich College of Music and Drama since 2011 – where he himself studied with Hariolf Schlichtig – is playing for the first time together with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen.

指揮

ジョナサン・ブロクスハム

Born in 1988, the conductor Jonathan Bloxham is an unusually versatile artist, whose »innate musicality« is held in high esteem, not only by his teacher Paavo Järvi. In addition to his »deep knowledge and understanding of the symphonic repertoire« (Paavo Järvi) Bloxham is also passionate about Contemporary Music. This young British musician started his career as a cellist. As a celebrated and award-winning instrumentalist, he gave his concerto debut in 2012 in the Berlin Philharmonie. Also in his role as conductor, he has worked with many renowned ensembles, most recently the City Chamber Orchestra in Hong Kong, the Malaysian Philharmonic, the RTE Concert Orchestra, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and as Cover Conductor with the New York Philharmonic. Up until 2018, Bloxham was Assistant Conductor of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he is Founder and Artistic Director of the Northern Chords Festival.

Bloxham, who studied with Sian Edwards and Nicolas Pasquet, will be spending the 2019 summer season as Assistant Conductor at Glyndebourne. In addition, he has a series of engagements with the China National Philharmonic Orchestra in Beijing, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra and the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra. Bloxham is also a founding member of the Busch Trio, with whom he performed up until 2015 and won several prizes. He continues his involvement in chamber music and performs regularly with many renowned musicians, has given a number of performances in London’s Wigmore Hall and has appeared on BBC Radio 3 several times. Many Bremen concertgoers remember Bloxham for his inspiring debut at the 2018 ›Summer in Lesmona‹ festival.

ヴィオラ

ニルス・メンケマイヤー

With artistic brilliance and innovative programming, Nils Mönkemeyer has swiftly established himself as one of the most successful international violists of recent times.  As a soloist, he has performed in almost all renowned concert halls from Vienna to London as well as at numerous festivals – including the Bach Festival in Montreal and the Rheingau Music Festival, where he has played with top international orchestras such as the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Bern Symphony Orchestra, the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin and the Orchestre de Chambre Lausanne, all under the direction of celebrated conductors such as Andrej Boreyko, Sylvain Cambreling, Simone Young, Kent Nagano or Mario Venzago, to name but a few.

As an exclusive Sony Classical artist, the violist has released several albums in recent years, all of which have been highly praised by the media and which have won a number of awards. Programmes range from discoveries of original 18th century viola literature to contemporary works, some of which are his own arrangements. Alongside his international appearances with larger orchestras, chamber music concerts will feature heavily among his projects in 2019, including the piano quartet with Alina Ibragimova, Christian Poltera and William Youn. Mönkemeyer, who has been Professor and Munich College of Music and Drama since 2011 – where he himself studied with Hariolf Schlichtig – is playing for the first time together with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen.