Neva Foundation has the pleasure to introduce the gifted Japanese conductor Kazuki Yamada, together with the German violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann, who will interpret the famous compositions of Russian romantic epoch.
Principal guest conductor of the orchestra of OSR since season 2012-2013, Kazuki Yamada will carry out successively Alexander Konstantinovitch Glazounov (2nd waltz together in major Fa for big band worker. 51), Dimitri Dmitrievitch Chostakovitch (concerto for violin and orchestrates number 2 in C sharp minor op.129 129) and Piotr Ilyitch Tchaïkovski (Symphony number 5 in mi miner op.64 64).
Main leader of the philharmonic Orchestra of Japan, Kazuki Yamada wentall over the World from Tokyo to Berlin, passing by St. Petersburg and Helsinki where he runs successively orchestral Group Kanazawa and the Philharmonic of Sendai, Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester, the philharmonic Orchestra of St. Petersburg and the philharmonic Orchestra of Helsinki.
It is with one of the best contemporary violinists, Frank Peter Zimmermann, that will open the season of Russian music of OSR. Growing up at the famous conservatory of Amsterdam, Frank Peter Zimmermann gave his first concert at the age of 10 years old. He gave three world premieres with the concerto for violin "on the sly " with Philarmonique of Berlin, the concerto of violin " The lost art of letter writing " as well as the concerto for violin number 3 " Juggler in Paradise " in 2009.
First concert of Series Directory, this exceptional concert will take the public of the Victoria Hall into the romantic epoch of the XIXth and XXth centuries, which puts in the foreground the emotions of Glazounov and Tchaikovsky, two compositors who had an important influence on Chostakovitch, native to the famous musical school of St. Petersburg.
More information can be found on http://www.osr.ch / programme-billetterie / season / 2015-2016 / serie-repertoire / 2576
Video presentation of the russian concerts at the OSR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwVZ475hOfw&list=PL4somgLBVo8u1arh-82suA3Bnk2jlGDgb
Partner:Orchestre de la Suisse Romande