Impressions from the permiere Flying Dutchman are still being retold, while Srba Dinic and Staatsorchester Braunschweig are already preparing a new symphonic concert. The Stadthalle audience will recognize from the very first phrases a well known theme, one of the most beautiful in classical music. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky wrote the Concert for Piano and Orchestar in B-flat minor in 1875. He rewrote it several times not knowing that this concert will become one of the most performed pieces in piano literature. Pianist Olga Scheps will present her musical interpretation of this piece. Olga had her first performance with the orchestra at the age of 14, which was followed by numerous prizes at international competitions and audio publications of reputable recording studios. It will be very interesting to hear the pianist of Russin origin who grew up in Germany perform the famous concert of Russian composer with a German orchestra. In the second part of the concert, Brahm’s Second Symphony in D-minor, written two years later, will be performed. Brahms was particularly fond of his masterpiece and believed that only real musical conosseurs and special audience will recognize the true beauty in its melancholic sound. Such is the audience in Braunshcwieg, used to the carefully selected high quality musical repertoire, performed week in week out by Staatorchester Braunschweig and its GMD Srba Dinic.
21st October 2018 at 11am
22nd October 2018 at 8pm