Hector Berlioz

Since sparking a furore throughout Europe with his "Symphonie fantastique" in 1830, Hector Berlioz (born on December 11th 1803 in La Côte St. André (Isère)) has ranked among the fathers of "program music”. This work then joined with Liszt’s...  more

Concert Overture "Le Corsaire", Opus 21

Marc-André Dalbavie

Marc-André Dalbavie was born February 10th 1961 at Neuilly-sur-Seine, France and attended the Conservatoire de Paris. Currently he teaches orchestration at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris. In 1994 he was awarded the Rome Prize....  more

Konzert für Flöte und Orchester

Intermission

Antonín Dvořák

Born on September 19th 1841 in today´s Czech Republic, Antonín Dvořák was regarded by his contemporaries as a kind of composing "nature boy" - inspired, unacademic and drawing directly from the sources of Czech and Slavic folklore, he ranks along...  more

Symphonie Nr. 5 F-Dur op. 76

 

Lionel Bringuier, conductor

French conductor Lionel Bringuier’s artistic maturity, interpretive depth, and distinct programming have quickly established him as one of the most engaging conductors of his generation. He appears frequently with top orchestras to great acclaim, all...  more

Herman van Kogelenberg, flute

Herman van Kogelenberg, Principal Flute of the Munich Philharmonic, is a dutch flute player who was born in Thorn, The Netherlands. At an early age he studied with Willem Tonnaer and went on to attend the conservatories of Amsterdam, Utrecht and The...  more