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On Air: Gidon Kremer gets his own radio show

Gidon Kremer is about to explore the radio: on German radio station BR-KLASSIK he will be broadcasting his own monthly program.

“Kremerspiegel” – is the name of the new series of BR-KLASSIK. The Latvian-born violinist can be experienced once a month discussing selected musical subjects and also presenting music for one hour alternating with the hosts Bernhard Neuhoff and Meret Forster. The first episode on September 25th  is about “How it all started. Splinters of a musical childhood”.

“Kremerspiegel”

New radio series on BR-Klassik

As of Thursday, 25 September 2014

07:05 – 8:00 pm

 

Overview about the detailed program of “Kremerspiegel” on BR-Klassik:

Thursday, September 25, 2014

How it all began. Splinters of a musical childhood

The violinist Gidon Kremer in conversation with Meret Forster

 

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Between worlds. In search of freedom

The violinist Gidon Kremer in conversation with Meret Forster

 

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Johann Sebastian Bach. Music for more than one life

The violinist Gidon Kremer in conversation with Bernhard Neuhoff

 

Thursday, December 4, 2014

My composers. Encounters

The violinist Gidon Kremer in conversation with Bernhard Neuhoff

Further information on www.br-klassik.de


 

Kremerata Baltica at International Shostakovich Days

Continuing the tour in Germany, Kremerata Baltica will give three concerts at International Shostakovich Days in a peaceful town of Gohrisch on September 20-21, 2014.

Program includes pieces by Dmitri Schostakowich, Johann Sebastian Bach, Giya Kancheli, and Mieczysław Weinberg.

Kremerata Baltica will perform together with soloists Gidon Kremer (violin), Anna Vinnitskaya (piano), Sergei Nakariakov (trumpet), Alexei Mochalov (bass), Friedemann Herz (organ), Wolfram Grosse (clarinet), conductors Peter Kopp and Michail Jurowski, and the winds of the Staatskapelle Dresden Orchestra.

More details here.


 

GIDON KREMER’S RUSSIA in Dresden, Germany

Kremerata Baltica and Gidon Kremer are going to reveal a picture of Russia in a musical world on September 18th in Dresden, Germany.

The program includes pieces by Russian composers  S. Gubaidulina, L. Desyatnikov, M. Weinberg, and A. Raskatov.

Composer Leonid Desyatnikov will participate in a conversation with Maestro G. Kremer about music and current situation in Russia.

Details and tickets here.