thu14mar19:30PARIS, PARIS / FBD IIMOZART Symphony No. 31 in D major “Paris”
KRYŠTOF MAŘATKA Luminarium
WIDOR Organ Symphony No. 3 in E minor
19:30 Besední důmGenre and style:Orchestral ,Instrumental concerts,20th and 21st centuries,Romanticism,ClassicismSubscription:Phliharmonic at home II „Classically and modernly (FBD II)

Time

(Thursday) 19:30

Location

Besední dům

Komenského náměstí 534/8, Brno

Event Details

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

Symphony No. 31 in D major, K 297 “Paris”

KRYŠTOF MAŘATKA

Luminarium, concerto for clarinet and orchestra

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR

Symphony No. 3 in E minor, Op. 69, for organ and orchestra

 

Michel Lethiec clarinet

Christian Schmitt organ

Brno Philharmonic

conductor Jiří Rožeň

 

  • Paris provides the focal point of the programme: Mozart’s Paris Symphony; the Czech composer Kryštof Mařatka (born 1972), who settled in Paris; and the city’s late Romantic composer and organist, Charles-Marie Widor • Mařatka’s “mosaic of 27 fragments of world music”, composed in 2002 for the French clarinettist, Michel Lethiec • The concert will be preceded by a conversation with the composer, where original recordings will be played that served as sources of inspiration for the work • Widor’s 1894 organ symphony in two movements played by Christian Schmitt, organist of choice to the Bamberg Symphony, a frequent collaborator of Magdalena Kožená, a regular guest at the Berlin Philharmonic and the Salzburg Festival, whose recording of Widor’s organ symphonies has been awarded an ECHO Klassik prize

Organizer

Filharmonie Brno

Besední důmKomenského náměstí 534/8, Brno