A wonderful tour to Bavaria, a region in South of Germany, awaits us at the end of this May. In a set of two concerts – in Fürth and in Würzburg – together with Latvian conductor Andris Vesimanis and soloists Gidon Kremer (violin), Fadia Tomb El-Hage (contralto), Mohammad Taha (percussion) and Maias Alyamani (violin) we present our latest special expression of art. It shall be called the Arabic-Baltic Spring. Why? Because of the repertoire – fresh, interesting, very extravagant and full of wonderful, exotic harmonies from the Baltic States and countries such as Sudan, Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria.
Unique possibility to hear and watch a live broadcast of concert in Fürth! If you are not around on 28th of May, be sure to click the button on the right at 20:00 and meet our great soloists and Kremerata Baltica on-line.
FÜRTH, 28 May 2014, 20:00, Stadttheater
WÜRZBURG, 29 May 2014, 20:00, Residenz – Kaisersaal
1. Arvo Pärt (1935) “Orient & Occident” (for string orchestra) 2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) “Ouverture to the “Abduction from the Seraglio” (Instrumented for strings by Andrei Pushkarev) 3. Rageh Daoud (1954) “Dialogue” (for violin and string orchestra) Soloist Madara Petersone (Latvia), violin 4. Michael Nyman (1944) “Trysting fields” (for violin, viola, and strings (on KV 364)) Soloists Gidon Kremer, violin; Santa Vizine (Latvia), viola 5. Joelle Khoury (Lebanon) “Variations on Imaginery Folk Dances” (A work commissioned to Kremerata Baltica) Soloist Fadia Tomb El-Hage (Lebanon), contralto 6. Joelle Khoury (Lebanon) “Of Memories Folks and I” Soloist Fadia Tomb El-Hage (Lebanon), contralto 7. Alexander Raskatov (1953) “5 minutes of the life by W.A.M.” (for violin, percussion, and strings) (Written for Kremerata Baltica) Soloist Gidon Kremer, violin 8. Ali Osman Alhaj (Sudan-Egypt) “Fusion” Soloist Mohammad Taha (Jordan), percussion 9. Arturs Maskats (1957) “Midnight in Riga” (for violin, cello, vibraphone, and orchestra) (Written for Kremerata Baltica) Soloists Gidon Kremer, violin; Giedre Dirvanauskaite (Lithuania), violoncello; Andrei Pushkarev (Latvia-Ukraine), vibraphone 10. Maias Alyamani (Syria) “Omar” (for violin solo, percussion, and string orchestra) Soloists Maias Alyamani (Syria), violin; Mohammad Taha (Jordan), percussion 11. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) “Serenata Notturna KV 239 Nr.6 in D major” (for two small orchestras and timpani) Soloists Dzeraldas Bidva (Lithuania), violin; Gidon Kremer, violin; Santa Vizine (Latvia), viola; Oskars Bokanovs (Latvia), doublebass; Andrei Pushkarev (Latvia-Ukraine), timpani