The well-rehearsed team of freelance artists of the chamber orchestra Capella Amadeus gathers again and for the 6th time to continue and establish its own concert series known as "Baroque Phil-Harmony".
This concert had its origin in the neo-baroque Berlin Cathedral. The following concerts in the Berlin Philharmonic Hall transformed it into the Berlin insider's tip, offering the full spectrum of popular masterpieces from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods.
This insider tip is also known for attracting future "shooting stars" of the music scene. This time, Barock Phil-Harmony welcomes the Choi siblings, who regularly appear on the winners' lists of international music competitions such as the Queen Elisabeth Competition.
- SongHa Choi - Solo Violin (https://www.songhachoi.com/)
- Hayoung Choi - Solo Cello (https://www.hayoungchoi.com/)
They are in demand and welcome in the great orchestras of the world, and it is all the more exciting to see the siblings performing simultaneously under the direction of Chi-Yin Huang-Niemand.
Baroque Phil-Harmony is not only a guarantee to enjoy art and culture at the highest level, but it is also a concert series that is committed to giving young talents a big stage and thus promoting their careers as early as possible.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Overture to the opera "Così fan tutte" KV 588
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Double Concerto in A minor for violin, violoncello and orchestra op. 102
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): A little night music in G major, KV 525
Edvard Grieg (1843-1907): Morning Mood from "Peer Gynt Suite" No. 1 op. 46
Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904): Slavonic Dance," op. 46, nos. 6, 8
Mendelssohn Bartholdy, F. (1809-1847): Wedding March from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Op. 61 No. 9
- Soloist Violin: SongHa Choi (https://www.songhachoi.com/)
- Soloist Cello: Hayoung Choi https://www.hayoungchoi.com/
- Conductor: Chih-Yin Huang-Niemand
- Orchestra: Chamber Orchestra Capella Amadeus
Kammerorchester Capella Amadeus