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Symphoniekonzert 4

Sternstunde

7:45 p.m
5. April 2024
Stadthalle | Göttingen

Symphoniekonzert

NICHOLAS MILTON
Conductor

TIANWA YANG
Violin

Program

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Egmont Ouvertüre

PJOTR TSCHAIKOWSKY
Konzert für Violine und Orchester D-Dur op. 35

FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY
Symphonie Nr. 3 a-Moll op. 56 „Schottische“

7:00 p.m Pre-concert talk

Sternstunde

Tianwa Yang, who received the 2022 OPUS Klassik award for "Instrumentalist of the Year," is an extraordinary presence on stage, not only for violin enthusiasts. And when she performs Pyotr Tchaikovsky's famous Violin Concerto, we can expect to witness a true moment of brilliance. Chief conductor Nicholas Milton juxtaposes this with Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy's deeply impressive Scottish Symphony. When the musical prodigy once visited the palace of Mary Stuart, he sensed the dark beginning of the symphony and wrote in a letter, "Everything there is broken, decayed, and the cheerful sky seems to shine in." There is no doubt that he created something even more moving than this third symphony in his sacred works.