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Sibelius
Schostakowitsch

Isarphilharmonie

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  • Conductor

    Tugan Sokhiev

    Internationally renowned conductor Tugan Sokhiev divides his time between the symphonic and lyric repertoire, guest conducting the most prestigious orchestras around the world.

    As Music Director of the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse from…

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  • Violin

    Naoka Aoki

    Violinist Naoka Aoki, who won second prize at the Long- Thibaud-Crespin 2014 and she also got a special prize of the Prince Albert Ⅱ of Monaco (for the best interpretation of the concerto). She also won second prize at the 4th China International…

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  • Jean Sibelius

    Jean Sibelius is regarded as the Finnish national composer, a reputation he largely acquired through his symphonic poem Finlandia. During the period of Russian domination, this work advanced to become a kind of unofficial Finnish national anthem and…

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    Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, Opus 47

    Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, Opus 47

    To this day, Jean Sibelius' 1903 Violin Concerto ranks among the most popular works of its kind for audiences and virtuosi alike. Himself an excellent violinist, Sibelius makes very high technical demands on the soloist in his concerto, especially…

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  • Intermission

  • Dmitrij Schostakowitsch

    Russian composer Dmitrij Schostakowitsch, born on September 25th 1906 in St. Petersburg, was in a difficult artistic position. He was severely restricted in his artistic freedom by the severe strictures of the Soviet Union's cultural ideologues and…

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    Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Opus 47

    Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Opus 47

    After Shostakovitch had been accused of "sinister degeneracy” and "petit-bourgeois formalism” by the leading Soviet newspaper Pravda in response to his opera Lady Macbeth of Mtzensk, he decided to give into the culture-political dictatorship of the…

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  • Conductor

    Tugan Sokhiev

    Internationally renowned conductor Tugan Sokhiev divides his time between the symphonic and lyric repertoire, guest conducting the most prestigious orchestras around the world.

    As Music Director of the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse from…

    more

  • Violin

    Naoka Aoki

    Violinist Naoka Aoki, who won second prize at the Long- Thibaud-Crespin 2014 and she also got a special prize of the Prince Albert Ⅱ of Monaco (for the best interpretation of the concerto). She also won second prize at the 4th China International…

    more

  • Jean Sibelius

    Jean Sibelius is regarded as the Finnish national composer, a reputation he largely acquired through his symphonic poem Finlandia. During the period of Russian domination, this work advanced to become a kind of unofficial Finnish national anthem and…

    more

    Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, Opus 47

    To this day, Jean Sibelius' 1903 Violin Concerto ranks among the most popular works of its kind for audiences and virtuosi alike. Himself an excellent violinist, Sibelius makes very high technical demands on the soloist in his concerto, especially…

    more

  • Intermission

  • Dmitrij Schostakowitsch

    Russian composer Dmitrij Schostakowitsch, born on September 25th 1906 in St. Petersburg, was in a difficult artistic position. He was severely restricted in his artistic freedom by the severe strictures of the Soviet Union's cultural ideologues and…

    more

    Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Opus 47

    After Shostakovitch had been accused of "sinister degeneracy” and "petit-bourgeois formalism” by the leading Soviet newspaper Pravda in response to his opera Lady Macbeth of Mtzensk, he decided to give into the culture-political dictatorship of the…

    more

Duration of concert: about 1 ¾ hours

credit Tobias Hase

Directions

The Isarphilharmonie is located on the terrain of the »Gasteig HP8«. Please use public transportation if possible, as there is limited parking available.

Isarphilharmonie
Hans-Preißinger-Straße 8, 81379 München

  • Arrival by subway:
    U3: Station Brudermühlstraße, walking distance 350m or bus 54/X30
    U1: Station Candidplatz, bus 54/X30 or shuttle to Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

  • Arrival by bus:
    Bus 54: Station Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8
    Bus X30: Station Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

  • Arrival by car:
    Blumengroßmarkt, Lagerhausstraße 5: Shuttle to Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

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