Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Sol Gabetta, Gstaad Festival Orchestra, Kristjan Järvi, Berliner Philharmoniker, Sir Simon Rattle - Mark-Anthony Turnage: Dialogue, Three Screaming Popes mp3 album
From 2003-2005 Kopatchinskaja organised the Rüttihubeliade festival in the Swiss Alps. In June 2018, Kopatchinskaja was the music director of the Ojai Music Festival in California. Chamber music partners. Regular chamber music partners include cellist Sol Gabetta, clarinettist Reto Bieri and the pianists Markus Hinterhäuser, Polina Leschenko and Anthony Romaniuk. In April 2016, Kopatchinskaja performed with Anoushka Shankar at a concert in Konzerthaus Berlin, Germany. 2015 (August) first performance of Dialogue, concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra by Mark-Anthony Turnage (with Sol Gabetta and Gstaad Festival Orchestra)
Berliner Philharmoniker. Kirill Petrenko conductor. Patricia Kopatchinskaja violin. Patricia Kopatchinskaja was born in Moldova in 1977 in to a family of musicians; in 1989 she emigrated to Vienna with her parents. She studied composition and violin in Vienna and Bern.
Live performance of 15 August 2015, premiere of Turnage's new work for violin, violoncello and orchestra (strings, percussion, harp) with Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Sol Gabetta, Gstaad Festival Orchestra under the direction of Kristjan Järvi, live recorded at the Gstaad Festival tent. Mark-Anthony Turnage - Three Screaming Popes (After Francis Bacon For Large Orchestra). Lucifer Luzifer 15:16 10,899. Xenakis Duo Kopatchinskaja Gabetta, Live from Gstaad Menuhin Festival Aug 2014 Saanen Church. Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy 8:05 18,168. Ravel "Bolero" : 정명훈 & Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja, violin, Sol Gabetta, cello, and the Gstaad Festival Orchestra conducted by Kristjan Järvi perform: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Capriccio espagnol op. 34. TURNAGE: 'Dialogue', Concert for violin, . .Rimsky-Korsakov, Turnage & Saint-Sa�ns with Kopatchinskaja & Gabetta and Tchaikovsky from Gstaad. Concert from the Menuhin Festival. Patricia Kopatchinskaja, violin, Sol Gabetta, cello, and the Gstaad Festival Orchestra conducted by Kristjan Järvi perform: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Capriccio espagnol op. TURNAGE: 'Dialogue', Concert for violin, cello and orchestra. SAINT-SAËNS: 'La Muse et le Poète' for violin, cello and orchestra op. 12. TCHAIKOVSKY: Swan Lake, excerpts.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja Violine Nicolas Gerber Klavier. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Violinsonate Nr. 21 e-Moll KV 304 Robert Schumann Violinsonate Nr.
Kopatchinskaja-Say is the first studio album by violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja (1977) from Moldova, and the 16th for pianist and composer Fazıl Say (1970) from Turkey. Recorded in October 2007 in Köln, Germany, it was released by Naïve Classique on September 15, 2008. Regular collaborations with artists include Ivry Gitlis, Sol Gabetta, Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Mark Drobinsky, Julia Fischer, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Natalie Clein and Priya Mitchell. The 2009/2010 season includes concerto performances with the Hallé, London Mozart Players and Scottish Chamber Orchestra as well as the Armenian Philharmonic, Irish Chamber Orchestra, i Pomeriggi Musicali and the Bern Symphony.
She performs Elgar’s Cello Concerto with the orchestra on 20 April, as part of the Baden-Baden Easter Festival. The programme also includes works by Ligeti, Wagner and Stravinsky. Gabetta returns to the orchestra the following month, when she performs Martinů’s Cello Concerto N. on 23, 24 & 25 May, in concerts conducted by Krzysztof Urbański at Berlin’s Philharmonie. 49 (0) 89 6797 104 82. nadja. Sol Gabetta Tours new Album ‘Dolce Duello’. Sol Gabetta features as Artist in Residence at Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival.
Star cellist Sol Gabetta gave an outstanding interpretation of Elgar s Cello Concerto: the final great work of the composer, full of melancholy and a sense of farewell. In contrast to Elgar, Igor Stravinsky s Le Sacre du Printemps is focused on the future . Disc 1 . ir Simon Rattle & Sol Gabetta (Blu ray). Actors: Berliner Philharmoniker, Sir Simon Rattle, Sol Gabetta. Directors: EuroArts Music International.
Orchestra – Berliner Philharmoniker. Photography By – Simon Fowler (2). Producer – Stephen Johns. Total time CD 1 5. 4; CD 2 3. 7 Asteroids by Saariaho, Turnage and Dean commission by the Berliner Philharmoniker Recorded in concert: 1. 18. 2006, Philharmonie, Berlin. Colin Matthews: Faber Music Lt. Kaija Saariaho: Chester Music; Matthew Pintscher: Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel; Mark-Anthony Turnage: Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Lt. Brett Dean: Boosey & Hawkes/Bote & Bock, Berlin