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Program

19 Mar 2014 19:30

Journey to Bohemia with Orpheus Sinfonia

For one exclusive night only Orpheus Sinfonia welcomes the celebrated musician Heinrich Schiff on a rare visit to London to conduct Dvořák’s Cello Concerto and Mahler’s Symphony No 1, with soloist Thomas Carroll at the Cadogan Hall on Wednesday 19 March 2014 at 7.30 pm.

Thomas Carroll, taught and mentored by Heinrich Schiff, now continues to relay and pass on this combined knowledge to many cellists at the Royal College of Music and Menuhin School who now play with Orpheus Sinfonia. This meeting of great minds gives us a unique opportunity to celebrate our love of music, share knowledge and encourage the very best of emerging talent – Orpheus Sinfonia’s mission statement in a nutshell.

Orpheus Sinfonia is delighted and honoured to welcome the world famous cellist and conductor Heinrich Schiff to conduct this concert, celebrating the music of Bohemia. Two symphonic masterpieces and favourites of the repertoire: Dvořák’s Cello Concerto – the most beloved Cello Concerto ever written, followed by the ‘Titan’ - Mahler’s iconic First Symphony, a piece with its roots deep in folk music and a flavour so distinctive to his native Bohemia.

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Ticket Information:
£30, £25, £15, £10 Orpheus Friends: 10% off all tickets ENCORE Members: 10% off all tickets Full time students/Under-25s: bottom 3 price bands half price. 

For further information contact:
Chrissy Stonebridge
07914 015 416
020 7734 6650
Email: chrissy.stonebridge@orpheusfoundation.com
More at:
www.orpheusfoundation.com

 

YEAR OF CZECH MUSIC 2014
2014 is a remarkable year for Czech music, with over sixty prominent Czech composers, performers and musical organizations celebrating anniversaries – from Antonín Dvořák, Bedřich Smetana, Leoš Janáček, Bohuslav Martinů and Josef Suk to Rafael Kubelík and Milada Šubrtová to the Prague Symphony Orchestra and the Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava.

Years ending with the number 4 have been traditionally recognised as years of music since 1924.

The Year of Czech Music 2014 programme has been initiated by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education and Ministry for Regional Development with the objective to support projects promoting Czech music in the Czech Republic and abroad.

Venue:

Cadogan Hall, Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ

Date

19 Mar 2014 19:30

Organizer:

Orpheus Sinfonia


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