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Récital Khatia Buniatishvilli
3 Aug2020

Récital Khatia Buniatishvilli

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Khatia BUNIATISHVILI, piano
and Orchestra's soloists

MENDELSSOHN, SCHUBERT, DEBUSSY, FRANCK
Hymne à la Nuit
28 Jul2020

Hymne à la Nuit

LES INVITÉS DU FORT
Season 19/20
Programme autour de la section des cuivres de l'OPMC
RAMEAU, BYRD, BACH, ...
Free on reservation
Sérénade au Clair de lune
4 Aug2020

Sérénade au Clair de lune

LES INVITÉS DU FORT
Season 19/20
Programme autour de la petite harmonie (section des bois) de l'OPMC. Conductor : Kazuki YAMADA
MOZART, DEBUSSY, GOUNOD,...
Free on reservation
Nuit de Réjouissance
7 Aug2020

Nuit de Réjouissance

LES INVITÉS DU FORT
Season 19/20
Programme combinant les bois et les cuivres de l'OPMC
LULLY, DE LALANDE, BACH, ...
Free on reservation
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
16 Jul2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Simone YOUNG, Conductor
LISZT, MAHLER
— CONCERT CANCELLED —
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
19 Jul2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Otto TAUSK, Conductor
Khatia BUNIATISHVILI, Piano

DVOŘÁK, LISZT
— CONCERT CANCELLED —
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
26 Jul2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Andrey BOREYKO, Conductor
Stephen HOUGH, Piano

GLAZOUNOV, LISZT, SCHUMANN
— CONCERT CANCELLED —
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
30 Jul2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Gianluigi GELMETTI, Conductor
Francesco PIEMONTESI, Piano

MOZART
— CONCERT CANCELLED —
Concert au Palais Princier
2 Aug2020

Concert au Palais Princier

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Francesco PIEMONTESI, Piano

MOZART, SCHÖNBERG
By invitation of the Palace only
Concert au Palais Princier
6 Aug2020

Concert au Palais Princier

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Juraj VALČUHA, Conductor
Maxim VENGEROV, Violin

SCHREKER, MENDELSSOHN,CHEDRINE / BIZET
By invitation of the Palace only
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Maxim Vengerov, violin

Universally hailed as one of the world’s finest musicians, and often referred to as the greatest living string player in the world today, Grammy award winner Maxim Vengerov also enjoys international acclaim as a conductor and is one of the most in-demand soloists.

 

Born in 1974, he began his career as a solo violinist at the age of five, won the Wieniawski and Carl Flesch international competitions at ages 10 and 15 respectively, studied with Galina Tourchaninova and Zakhar Bron, made his first recording at the age of 10, and went on to record extensively for high-profile labels including Melodia, Teldec and EMI, earning among others, Grammy and Gramophone artist of the year awards.

 

In 2007 he followed in the footsteps of his mentor, the late Mstislav Rostropovich, and turned his attention to conducting and in 2010 was appointed the first chief conductor of the Gstaad Festival Orchestra. June 2014 saw Mr Vengerov graduate with a Diploma of Excellence from the Moscow Institute of Ippolitov-Ivanov with professor Yuri Simonov and he has since enrolled in a further 2-year program of opera conducting and will conduct his first performances of Eugene Onegin at the Helicon Threatre Moscow this December.

 

In the 2016/17 season Mr Vengerov returned to Australia to open the season of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and conducted the season finale of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, with whom he is Artist in Residence this year.  Further guest conducting engagements included the RTE Orchestra Dublin, Munich Philharmonic and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras.

 

The coming 17/18 season will see Mr Vengerov return to Carnegie Hall with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and premiere a new concerto at the Beijing Music Festival written for him by the renowned composer Qigang Chen. He will also tour Europe, China and the US in recital.

 

As one of Mr Vengerov’s greatest passions is the teaching and encouraging of young talent, he has held various teaching positions around the world and is currently Ambassador and visiting Professor of the International Menuhin Music Academy in Switzerland (IMMA) and as of September 2016, the Polonsky Visiting Professor of Violin at the Royal College of Music in London.

 

In 1997 Mr Vengerov became the first classical musician to be appointed International Goodwill Ambassador by UNICEF.

 

He plays the ex-Kreutzer Stradivari (1727).