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PHILHARMONISCHES STAATSORCHESTER HAMBURG


PHILHARMONISCHES STAATSORCHESTER HAMBURG
KENT NAGANO, GAUTHIER CAPUÇON & MIHOKO FUHIMURA

"Programm 1
Solist: Gaultier Capucon
Dirigent: Kent Nagano
Richard Strauss - Don Quixote; Variationen über ein Thema ritterlichen Charakters, op. 35 (aprox 42')

PAUSE

Johannes Brahms - Sinfonie Nr. 1 c-Moll (aprox 47')

Programm 2
Solistin: Mihoko Fujimura – Mezzosopran ?
Dirigent: Kent Nagano

Richard Wagner – Wesendonck Lieder WWV 91

(aprox 22')

Anton Bruckner – Sinfonie Nr. 6 (aprox 1h05')"

From its foundation in 1828, the Hamburg Philharmonic Concert Society was the city's musical powerhouse. After merging with the Hamburg Opera Orchestra in 1933, the Hamburg Philharmonic rose to international standing under chief conductors such as Eugen Jochum, Joseph Keilberth, Wolfgang Sawallisch and Ingo Metzmacher. Sergei Prokofiev and Igor Stravinsky appeared with the orchestra as guest conductors, and its calibre is reflected in contemporary premieres (e.g. Luigi Nono, Mauricio Kagel) and tours to many countries including Japan.