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Schlagwort-Archive: On Tour
The LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA performed four concerts at the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Concert Hall during their residency in Shanghai. Under the direction of Riccardo Chailly works by Mozart, Ravel, Bruckner, Stravinsky and Wagner were on program.
As part of the 20th China Shanghai International Arts Festival, the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA performed for the Chinese public at the Gongqing Forest Park:
What will the audience expect at the open-air concert and at your concert at the Shanghai Symphony Hall with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra? I think at the open-air concert, the encounter with the beautiful scenery of the forest would make … Weiterlesen
After the concert in Milano at the Teatro alla Scala the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA flew via Amsterdam to Shanghai – accompanied by a wonderful sunrise:
On 14 October, before they depart for Asia, Music Director Riccardo Chailly conducted the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA for the first time at La Scala in Milan. Riccardo Chailly has been Artistic Director of the Teatro alla Scala since 2015, and … Weiterlesen
Following the conclusion of the 2018 Summer Festival, the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA will embark on its first residency, from 18 to 22 October, during which it will present five concerts in Shanghai. Four of the concerts will take place at … Weiterlesen
A total of 8,800 concertgoers in Japan, South Korea, and China enjoyed the Lucerne Festival Orchestra on its first international tour with Music Director Riccardo.
With great success the Lucerne Festival Orchestra ended its first-ever tour with Music Director Riccardo Chailly in China at the 国家大剧院 – National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing:
After the concerts in Kyoto, the Lucerne Festival Orchestra traveled further to South Korea. In Seoul they will have a concert at the 롯데콘서트홀 (LOTTE Concert Hall) on 12th October. But before that, the orchestra had one day off to recover … Weiterlesen
After the concerts in Tokyo and Kawasaki, the tour then continued on to Kyoto. At the Kyoto Concert Hall Richard Strauss‘ Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Op. 30, Death and Transfiguration, Op. 24 and Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks, Op. 28 were on program.