The Philharmonic Orchestra Riehen invites you to its spring concerts under the direction of Jan Sosinski.
The concert evening will open with Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat major, performed by the soloists Céleste Klingelschmitt (violin) and Héloϊse Houzé (viola), who are only 20 and 21 years old respectively. Both study at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris, are multiple prize winners of renowned competitions and are on the verge of a promising career.
The concert will be followed by Brahms' 3rd Symphony, which he completed in 1883 at the height of his compositional mastery. It is a great work in many respects, whether in terms of form or the wealth of musical ideas, about which Clara Schumann already expressed great enthusiasm. We are performing this masterpiece in time for the 125th anniversary of Brahms' death (on April 3, 1897) - and commemorate the great composer with admiration and gratitude.
Participants and additional information:
Riehen Céleste Klingelschmitt (violin)
Héloϊse Houzé (viola)
Jan Sosinski (conductor)
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