Extern arrangör: Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons
Chamber Orchestra of the New Philharmonia of Hamburg grundades 2003 av professionella frilansande musiker från hela världen. Sedan dess har orkestern fått en ledande position på musikscenen i Nordtyskland. Orkestern anses vara dynamisk eftersom de framträder både som en kammarorkester och en symfoniorkester med kör. Tack vare gästspel i Spanien, Frankrike, Italien och Sydkorea har gruppen nått popularitet även utanför Tyskland. Dirigent är Tigran Mikaelyan. Vi är glada att kunna presentera denna unika orkester till den skandinaviska publiken.
The New Philharmonic Orchestra Hamburg was founded in 2003 by professional freelance musicians from all over the world. Since then, the orchestra has gained a leading position in the Northern German music scene. The orchestra is dynamic, as it can perform both as a chamber or as a symphonic orchestra with a choir. However, the essence of the ensemble has remained the chamber orchestra, which has barely changed since its foundation. Thanks to various guest appearances in Spain, France, Italy, China, Switzerland, South Korea, and previous tours in Scandinavia, the New Philharmonic Orchestra has attained popularity outside of Germany. The orchestra is conducted by Tigran Mikaelyan, who is also its artistic director. We are happy to present this unique orchestra to the Scandinavian audience.
David Movsisyan, soloist (violin)
The New Philharmonic Orchestra Hamburg
Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K.525
Antonín Dvořák - Slavonic Dance, Op. 72, Nr. 2 E-minor
Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dance Nr. 1
Edward Elgar - Salut d'amour, Op. 12
Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dance Nr. 5
1976-1987, David Movsisyan studied at the Tchaikovsky Music School. And, from 1987-1994 he studied at the Komitas State Conservatory in Yerevan, Armenia. In 1990 he was part of the String Quartet Aram Khachaturian. Since 1996, he has been working as a violin and string quartet docent at the Komitas State Conservatory. A few years later, he moved to Germany to continue his music career. Since 2000, he is deputy concert master and since 2009 concert master of the orchestra KlassikPhilharmonie Hamburg. Among his activities, stands out his work as a solist, but also his chamber concerts with his sister, the pianist Karine Elchyan-Movsisyan. Movsiyan is the founder of Collegium Musicum Hamburg, known for his musical excellence and interpretation of a variety of music styles.
2 h 30 min (inkl. paus)
300 kr/ 350 kr