DATE AND VENUE
7 June 2008, Hagia Eirene Museum
THE VIENNA CHAMBER PHILHARMONIC
CLAUDİUS TRAUNFELLNER conductor
GABRİELA MONTERO piano
- Sergei Prokofiev
Symphony in D Major, Op.25, No.1, ‘Classical’
- Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Concerto in E Flat Major, Op.73, No.5, ‘Emperor’
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony in C Major, No.41, KV551, ‘Jupiter’
Lasts 110’ inc. interval.
Written during the turbulent days of St. Petersburg, Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 1 with its exquisite melody, elegant and ephemeral orchestration, animated and playful style...Completed in the French-occupied Vienna, Beethoven’s “Emperor” which reflects the breadth of its themes and the artist’s command and energy... Mozart’s last symphonic work “Jupiter”... Renowned for her poetic and passionate interpretations, Gabriela Montero will be accompanied by Kammerphilharmonie under the direction of Claudius Traunfellner in this concert featuring the performances of the two most magnificent works from the classic repertoire and the 20th century’s most “classic” symphony. Montero’s profound sincerity and extraordinary virtuosity will make this delightful program unforgettable.
BEFORE THE CONCERT
19.00-19.30 Hagia Eirene Museum, Inner Court. (Presentation will be in English)
Conversation with Gabriela Montero with the moderatorship of Serhan Bali.