28. Februar 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Larcher und Bruckner

    28. Februar 2019  20:0022:00h

    Girolamo Frescobaldi/Bruno Maderna Tre Pezzi (Ricercar, Christe & Kyrie, Bergamasca)
    Thomas Larcher „A Padmore Cycle“ für Tenor und Orchester
    Anton Bruckner Symphonie Nr. 6 A-Dur WAB 106

    Ilker Arkayürek, Tenor
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent
    Symphonieorchester Innsbruck

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1. März 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Larcher und Bruckner

    1. März 2019  20:0022:00h

    Girolamo Frescobaldi/Bruno Maderna Tre Pezzi (Ricercar, Christe & Kyrie, Bergamasca)
    Thomas Larcher „A Padmore Cycle“ für Tenor und Orchester
    Anton Bruckner Symphonie Nr. 6 A-Dur WAB 106

    Ilker Arkayürek, Tenor
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent
    Symphonieorchester Innsbruck

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10. März 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Bruckner Sinfonie Nr. 8 c-Moll WAB 108 (Fassung von 1887)

    10. März 2019  19:0021:00h
    Gewandhaus, Augustusplatz 8, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Anton Bruckner
    Sinfonie Nr. 8 c-Moll WAB 108 (Fassung von 1887)

    MDR Sinfonieorchester
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

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16. März 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Ellington, Dauner, Miles Davis

    16. März 2019  20:0022:00h
    Gewandhaus, Augustusplatz 8, 04109 Leipzig, Germany

    Duke Ellington
    »Black, Brown and Beige«

    Wolfgang Dauner
    »Second Prelude to the Primal Scream«

    Miles Davis
    »Sketches of Spain«

    MDR Sinfonieorchester
    Simon Höfele, Trompete
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

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17. März 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Ellington, Dauner, Miles Davis

    17. März 2019  17:0019:00h
    Anhaltisches Theater, Friedenspl. 1A, 06844 Dessau-Roßlau, Germany

    Im Rahmen des Kurt Weill Fest Dessau

    Duke Ellington

    »Black, Brown and Beige«

    Wolfgang Dauner
    »Second Prelude to the Primal Scream«

    Miles Davis
    »Sketches of Spain«

    MDR Sinfonieorchester
    Simon Höfele, Trompete
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

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21. März 2019
  • MAKI NAMEKAWA | Martin Achrainer, Dennis Russell Davies & Filharmonie Brno

    21. März 2019  19:3021:30h
    Restaurace Besední Dům, Komenského nám. 534/8, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia

    FRANZ SCHUBERT / HEINZ WINBECK
    Lebensstürme (Storms of Life), quodlibet on music by Franz Schubert and using its motifs for voice, piano and chamber orchestra, Czech premiere

    ANTON BRUCKNER
    Symphony No. 1 in C minor (Linz version)

     

    Martin Achrainer, bass-baritone
    Maki Namekawa, piano
    Filharmonie Brno
    Dennis Russell Davies, conductor 

     
    Fragments of Franz Schubert’s music (mainly from the Allegro in A minor “Lebensstürme” for piano four hands, but also from songs and other material) served as the starting point for the score by the contemporary German composer, Heinz Winbeck (born 1946) • A forceful work premiered by the Tyrolese, Martin Achrainer, the Japanese pianist, Maki Namekawa, the Bruckner Orchestra Linz and the conductor, Dennis Russel Davies, in February 2011 in Linz • Anton Bruckner’s First Symphony, a mature work by a composer then aged over 40, first performed under his baton in Linz in 1868 and later revised many times.

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22. März 2019
  • MAKI NAMEKAWA | Martin Achrainer, Dennis Russell Davies & Filharmonie Brno

    22. März 2019  19:3021:30h
    Restaurace Besední Dům, Komenského nám. 534/8, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia

    FRANZ SCHUBERT / HEINZ WINBECK
    Lebensstürme (Storms of Life), quodlibet on music by Franz Schubert and using its motifs for voice, piano and chamber orchestra, Czech premiere

    ANTON BRUCKNER
    Symphony No. 1 in C minor (Linz version)

     

    Martin Achrainer, bass-baritone
    Maki Namekawa, piano
    Filharmonie Brno
    Dennis Russell Davies, conductor 

     
    Fragments of Franz Schubert’s music (mainly from the Allegro in A minor “Lebensstürme” for piano four hands, but also from songs and other material) served as the starting point for the score by the contemporary German composer, Heinz Winbeck (born 1946) • A forceful work premiered by the Tyrolese, Martin Achrainer, the Japanese pianist, Maki Namekawa, the Bruckner Orchestra Linz and the conductor, Dennis Russel Davies, in February 2011 in Linz • Anton Bruckner’s First Symphony, a mature work by a composer then aged over 40, first performed under his baton in Linz in 1868 and later revised many times.

    ➞ TICKETS

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23. März 2019
  • NAMEKAWA / DAVIES | Live at Brno

    23. März 2019  19:3021:30h
    Restaurace Besední Dům, Komenského nám. 534/8, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia

    STEVE REICH
    Piano Phase

    JOHN ADAMS
    Hallelujah Junction

    PHILIP GLASS
    Four Movements for Two Pianos

    Maki Namekawa, piano
    Dennis Russell Davies, piano

    Piano duo of life and artistic partners Dennis Russell Davies and Maki Namekawa • Works for two pianos by three Americans who rank among the most famous composers of today and can be more or less pigeonholed as musical minimalists • One of Reich’s earliest works (1967), written using the technique of “phasing”, in which the same melodic and rhythmic pattern is played concurrently at various tempi • Adams’s 1996 work named – like his autobiography – after his favourite place in California • Glass’s “symphony” for two pianos, premiered in 2008 by the Davies & Namekawa duo

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26. März 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Recital with Yumi Hwang-Williams

    26. März 2019  19:3021:30h
    Restaurace Besední Dům, Komenského nám. 534/8, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia

    Claude Debussy Violin Sonata
    Robert Schumann Violin Sonata No. 2 in D minor, Op. 121
    Lau Harrison Grand Duo for violin and piano

    Yumi Hwang-Williams, Violine
    Dennis Russell Davies, Klavier

    Chamber duo of the concertmaster of the Colorado Symphony and the chief conductor of the Brno Philharmonic • Claude Debussy’s last completed work, written in 1917, originally intended as the final piece in a cycle of six sonatas for various instruments • Schumann’s Second Violin Sonata, written in 1851 and premiered two years later in Düsseldorf by the violinist Joseph Joachim and the pianist Clara Schumann, marking the start of the close collaboration this noted duo enjoyed for many years • The composer Lou Harrison (1917–2003), described as an “American musical maverick”, who in his music combined the traditions of Western and Eastern music and, like Debussy, often drew inspiration from Javanese gamelan ensembles • His monumental Grand Duo (1988) in five movements updates a form popular in the early Romantic era

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28. März 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Brahms, Adès und Kabelac

    28. März 2019  19:3021:30h
    Restaurace Besední Dům, Komenského nám. 534/8, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia

    Johannes Brahms Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90
    Thomas Adès Violin Concerto “Concentric Paths”, Czech premiere
    Miloslav Kabelac Symphony No. 4 in A major, Op. 36 “Camerata”

    Yumi Hwang-Williams, Violine
    Filharmonie Brno
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

    Brahms’s Third Symphony of 1883, sometimes called “Heroic” (analogous to Beethoven’s Eroica) for its dramatic pathos • A violin concerto by a leading contemporary English composer, Thomas Adès, written in 2005 on commission from the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Berliner Festspiele and since then performed countless times at the world’s most prestigious concert venues • Yumi Hwang-Williams, the concertmaster of the Colorado Symphony • A symphony in the “Classical” spirit by Miloslav Kabeláč, a cardinal figure of Czech music in the second half of the twentieth century, composed in 1957-1958 and premiered by the Prague Chamber Orchestra sixty years ago, on 3 March 1959

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29. März 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Brahms, Adès und Kabelac

    29. März 2019  19:3021:30h
    Restaurace Besední Dům, Komenského nám. 534/8, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia

    Johannes Brahms Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90
    Thomas Adès Violin Concerto “Concentric Paths”, Czech premiere
    Miloslav Kabelac Symphony No. 4 in A major, Op. 36 “Camerata”

    Yumi Hwang-Williams, Violine
    Filharmonie Brno
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

    Brahms’s Third Symphony of 1883, sometimes called “Heroic” (analogous to Beethoven’s Eroica) for its dramatic pathos • A violin concerto by a leading contemporary English composer, Thomas Adès, written in 2005 on commission from the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Berliner Festspiele and since then performed countless times at the world’s most prestigious concert venues • Yumi Hwang-Williams, the concertmaster of the Colorado Symphony • A symphony in the “Classical” spirit by Miloslav Kabeláč, a cardinal figure of Czech music in the second half of the twentieth century, composed in 1957-1958 and premiered by the Prague Chamber Orchestra sixty years ago, on 3 March 1959

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30. März 2019
  • TILL ALEXANDER KÖRBER | Reflexionen – Werke österreichischer Komponisten

    30. März 2019  19:3022:00h
    Steingraeber & Söhne – Klaviermanufaktur, Friedrichstraße 2, 95444 Bayreuth, Germany

    Merlin Ensemble Wien 
    Martin Walch, Violine
    Luis Zorita, Violoncello
    Till Alexander Körber, Klavier

    Werke von Till Alexander Körber, Gerhard Lampersberg und Thomas Daniel Schlee

    Kammermusiksaal, Steingräberpassage 1, 95444 Bayreuth, Germany

    ➞ EVENT

     

5. April 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Glass und Bruckner in Sizilien

    5. April 2019  21:0023:00h
    Politeama Garibaldi, Via Turati, 2, 90139 Palermo PA, Italy

    Philip Glass Tirol Concerto
    Anton Bruckner Sinfonie Nr. 5

    Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana
    Maki Namekawa, Klavier
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

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6. April 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Glass und Bruckner in Sizilien

    6. April 2019  21:0023:00h
    Politeama Garibaldi, Via Turati, 2, 90139 Palermo PA, Italy

    Philip Glass Tirol Concerto
    Anton Bruckner Sinfonie Nr. 5

    Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana
    Maki Namekawa, Klavier
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

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17. April 2019
  • TILL ALEXANDER KÖRBER | Merlin Ensemble Wien: Klang | Kreuz | Weg

    17. April 2019  19:3021:30h
    Brucknerhaus, Untere Donaulände 7, 4010 Linz, Austria

    Mit Liszts Via crucis präsentiert das Merlin Ensemble Wien einen Klavier-Zyklus, der in seiner stilistischen Reduktion auf den Klangkosmos Arvo Pärts und Sofija Gubajdulinas vorausweist. Zusammen mit einem neuen Werk von Thomas Daniel Schlee ergibt sich ein klingender Kreuzweg, der seine Faszination aus der Stille schöpft. 

    Merlin Ensemble Wien
    Martin Walch Violine
    Luis Zorita Violoncello
    Till Alexander Körber Klavier und Orgel

    ➞ EVENT
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27. April 2019
  • MAKI NAMEKAWA | Dvoraks "Erste" im Wiener Musikverein

    27. April 2019  19:3021:30h
    Musikverein Wien, Musikvereinsplatz 1, 1010 Wien, Austria

    Franz Schubert/Heinz Winbeck Lebensstürme (Storms of Life),
    quodlibet on music by Franz Schubert and using its motifs for voice, piano and chamber orchestra,

    Antonin Dvorak, Symphony No. 1

    Martin Achrainer Bass-Bariton
    Maki Namekawa piano
    Filharmonie Brno
    Dennis Russell Davies conductor

    ➞ EVENT
    ➞ TICKETS

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30. April 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Stuttgater Philharmoniker und die SWR Big Band

    30. April 2019  20:0022:00h
    Berliner Platz (Liederhalle), 70174 Stuttgart, Germany

    Duke Ellington Black, Brown and Beige
    Wolfgang Dauner Second Prelude to the Primal Scream
    Miles Davis Sketches of Spain

    Sebastian Studnitzky, Trompete
    SWR Big Band
    Stuttgarter Philharmoniker
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

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9. Mai 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Bob Dylan by John Corigliano

    9. Mai 2019  19:0021:00h
    KC BABYLON – Cultural Center Brno, Kounicova 686/22, 602 00 Brno-Brno-střed, Czechia

    John Corigliano Mr. Tambourine Man: seven poems by Bob Dylan, Czech premiere
    Hector Berlioz Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14

    Hila Plitmann, Sopran
    Filharmonie Brno
    Dennis Russell Davies, Dirigent

    ➞ EVENT

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17. Mai 2019
  • MAKI NAMEKAWA | The Complete Piano Etudes | LIVE IN PARIS

    17. Mai 2019  20:3022:30h

    Program
    Etudes 1 à 10
    PAUSE
    Etudes 11 à 20

    Pianists
    Philip Glass, Timo Andres, Anton Batagov, Célimène Daudet, Aaron Diehl, Thomas Enhco, Nicolas Horvath, Katia Labèque, Marielle Labèque, Maki Namekawa


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19. Mai 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Beethoven / Mendelssohn / Schostakowitsch

    19. Mai 2019  11:0013:00h
    Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Platz der Deutschen Einheit 1, 20457 Hamburg, Germany

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Leonoren-Ouvertüre Nr. 2, op. 72a
    Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Konzert für Violine und Orchester e-Moll op. 64
    Dmitri Schostakowitsch, Sinfonie Nr. 12 d-Moll op. 112 »Das Jahr 1917«

    Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
    Konradin Seitzer Violine
    Dennis Russell Davies Dirigent

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20. Mai 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Beethoven / Mendelssohn / Schostakowitsch

    20. Mai 2019  20:0022:00h
    Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Platz der Deutschen Einheit 1, 20457 Hamburg, Germany

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Leonoren-Ouvertüre Nr. 2, op. 72a
    Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Konzert für Violine und Orchester e-Moll op. 64
    Dmitri Schostakowitsch, Sinfonie Nr. 12 d-Moll op. 112 »Das Jahr 1917«

    Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
    Konradin Seitzer Violine
    Dennis Russell Davies Dirigent

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16. Juni 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Brno Youth Concert

    16. Juni 2019  19:0020:00h

    Jugendkonzert

    Filharmonie Brno
    Dennis Russell Davies conductor

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23. Juni 2019
  • DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES | Smetana Festival, Berlioz "Faust"

    23. Juni 2019  19:3021:30h

    Hector Berlioz La damnation de Faust

    Czech Philharmonic Choir Brno
    Filharmonie Brno
    Dennis Russell Davies conductor

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