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17 October 2021 Kiel (Germany)
Philharmonisches Orchester Kiel conducted by Ivan Repušić - Philharmonie in der Wunderino Arena
Program Info: Philharmonisches Orchester Kiel Ivan Repušić, conductor Linus Roth, violin
The chief conductor of the Munich Radio Orchestra, Ivan Repušić, will conduct the October concert. Our Philharmonic have put together the program themselves, which reflects their wishes and hopes for a post-Covid world: Lili Boulanger completed the orchestral version of “D'un matin de printemps” as the last work before her untimely death. Nevertheless, it is a fresh and intoxicating piece that represents the most original of all new beginnings - spring. Korngold's Violin Concerto was the first work that the Austrian-Jewish composer, living in American exile, completed after the turning point of the Second World War in 1945. In the USA, Korngold had a decisive influence on the development of film music. These influences can also be heard in his violin concerto, which most of his contemporaries viewed as an out-of-date »Hollywood Concerto«. In the meantime, the enthusiastic, opulent work with its sensual melodies has become one of the favorites of audiences and performers - including two-time ECHO prizewinner and professor for violin, Linus Roth, who has also recorded it on CD. After all, hardly any piece of music stands for the magic inherent in every (new) beginning than Dvořák's New World Symphony.
Lili Boulanger (1893–1918) - "D'un matin de printemps" Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897–1957) - Violin Concerto in D major op. 35, the concerto has themes from the scores for the movies ANOTHER DAWN (1937), ANTHONY ADVERSE (1936) & THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER (1937) Antonín Dvořák (1841 –1904) - Symphony No. 9 in E minor, op. 95 "From the New World"