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    Blacher

    Friday 2 February 2024
    Piombino (LI), Teatro Metropolitan
    Friday 2 February 2024 h. 9:00 p.m.
    KOLJA BLACHER conductor and violin
    Ludwig van Beethoven / Violin Concerto Op.61
    Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy / Symphony No.3 Op.56 'Scottish Symphony'
    Duration approximately 1h 35' (including intermission)
    INTRODUCTION TO LISTENING by Maurizio Saragosa:
    Monday 29 January at 5:00 pm at the Falesiana Public Library

    Tickets
    Full price €11.00
    Reduced for students €5.00
    Tickets on sale at the Metropolitan Theatre Box Office on the day of the concert from 4:00 pm.
    On presale at eventipiombino.it and in authorised sales outlets.
    INFO: Ufficio Cultura Comune di Piombino tel. 055 63296 - 63231
    cultura@comune.piombino.li.it - comune.piombino.li.it
    Metropolitan Theatre, Piazza Cappelletti, 2 tel. 0565 30385
    metropolitanpiombino@gmail.com
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    The German musician Kolja Blacher is a man of few words. He expresses himself by picking up his Guarneri del Gesù violin of 1730. And he works hard with the orchestra, when he is also called to be the conductor. He is returning to the ORT after 10 years, precisely in this double role, which in recent times – now that he has turned sixty – is the one he likes the most. He, son of the famous composer Boris Blacher, a pupil of Dorothy DeLay’s Juilliard School in New York (who taught a host of great violinists, including Itzhak Perlman), was first violin of the Berlin Philharmonic in the 1990s, at the time of Claudio Abbado. Together with the ORT, he is working on a pillar of the violin repertoire, Beethoven’s Concerto Op .61. A score dated 1806 which, at the time, the public did not appreciate. It was brought into circulation several years after the composer’s death, around the middle of the century, with the interpretation of the great violinist Joseph Joachim under the direction of Felix Mendelssohn and then that of Robert Schumann. The other work on the programme, Symphony No. 3 called the “Scottish”, belongs to Mendelssohn.


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