Yoel Gamzou is enthusiastically returning to the conductor's podium of the Junge Philharmonie Brandenburg. The young Israeli-American conductor has impressed the orchestra several times with his passionate rehearsals and his remarkable interpretations.
At this year's New Year's Concert, the musicians will explore the boundaries between dreams and reality in the premiere of Michael Gregor Scholl's "Caprices en Noir". Together with the soloist Delphine Lizé, the Junge Philharmonie Brandenburg then devotes itself to Edvard Grieg's Piano Concerto, one of the most famous pieces for piano and orchestra. The music will feature passionate motifs reflecting the majestic Norwegian fjords, as well as upbeat dance melodies reminiscent of Norwegian folk music.
The second part of the concert will be dominated by Sergei Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances. Originally called "Fantastic Dances", the composer considered them his best work. In keeping with the turn of the year, the orchestra will take you on a musical journey between hindsight and a hopeful outlook.
Experience the music of Edvard Grieg, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Michael Gregor Scholl in this special concert conducted by Yoel Gamzou and with Delphine Lizé as soloist.
YOUNG PHILHARMONIE BRANDENBURG
DELPHINE LIZÉ piano
YOEL GAMZOU conductor
Michael Gregor Scholl
Caprices en Noir, Fantastic Reflections on Alfred Kubin (UA)
Concerto for piano and orchestra in A minor, op. 16