Sunday, November 2, 2014
Ton Koopman conducts Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with the Orchestra of the Arena di Verona Philharmonic Theatre The first concert held at the Philharmonic Theatre for the 2014-2015 Season Symphony is scheduled for Friday, October 31, 2014 at 20:30, with repeats Sunday, November 2nd at 17:00. The Orchestra of the Arena di Verona, conducted by Ton Koopman perform the Symphony no. 9 Op. 125 in D minor by Ludwig van Beethoven. The solo parts, accompanied by the Choir of the Arena, are handled by YETZABEL Arias Fernandez (soprano), Bogna Bartosz (alto), Jörg Dürmüller (tenor) and Christian Senn (baritone). The event, which continues to the proposal dedicated to Viennese Classicism, offers listening the most famous symphonies of Beethoven, no. 9, conducted by a wand of exception: Ton Koopman, conductor, musicologist, organist and harpsichordist Dutch, which is celebrating its seventy years on the podium of the Orchestra Philharmonic Theater of the Arena - YETZABEL FERNANDEZ ARIAS soprano Born in Havana YETZABEL Arias Fernandez began his musical studies in his hometown and graduated in choral conducting and singing at the Higher Institute of Art. In Italy he attends a research lab on the Italian music of the seventeenth century and perfected at the International Academy of Music in Milan. He won first prize at the International Singing Competition Baroque de Chimay, Belgium, one of the festival Printemps des Arts de Nantes, and the first prize at the International Baroque Singing "F. Provencal" in the Cappella de 'Turchini of Naples and International Competition Sacred Music in Rome. He collaborates with numerous ensembles and orchestras such as resonance, La Venexiana, Chapel of the Pieta de 'Turchini, I Barocchisti, Arion Consort, Solisti della Scala and the RAI Symphony Orchestra and with conductors such as Helmuth Rilling, Fabio Bonizzoni Diego Fasolis Claudio Cavina, Antonio Florio, Ruben Jais, Jordi Savall. He performs in major concert halls and festivals in Europe, including the Academy of Santa Cecilia, the Festival of Early Music in Helsinki, Printemps des Arts in Nantes, MAfestival Bruges, AMUZ Antwerp, Amsterdam's Concertgebouw, Handel Festival in The Hague Festival Ambronay. Plays the role of Olympics in the work of Pergolesi in Krakow conducted by Ottavio Dantone, singing in Bach's St. Matthew Passion with Diego Fasolis in Monteverdi's Vespers in European tour on the podium Fabio Bonizzoni, the Mass in B minor by Bach with Jordi Savall plays the role of pleasure in the Triumph of Time and Disillusion Handel, Messenger of Hope and Monteverdi's Orfeo with La Venexiana, directed by Claudio Cavina. Sing Jubilate nell'Exsultate and Mozart's Requiem in the Hague, the Mass in B minor by Bach in Leipzig and Zurich with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, and in December will sing Bach's Christmas Oratorio and Mozart's Requiem with the 'Orchestre National de Lyon. He collaborates frequently with Ton Koopman. Among the many recordings include works by Gluck, Lully, Scarlatti, please note the engraving of the cantata Tirsi, Chloris and Fileno Handel awarded the "Stanley Sadie Prize". He made his debut at the Philharmonic Theatre in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony for Symphonic Season 2014/2015. Ton Koopman Conductor Ton Koopman was born in Zwolle in the Netherlands, in addition to classical studies he also studied organ, harpsichord and musicology, receiving the "Prix d'Excellence" for both the body and for the harpsichord. From the beginning the practice of philological and original instruments characterize his playing style leading him to create the age of 25 his first Baroque orchestra. In 1979 he founded the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, which is followed by the Amsterdam Baroque Choir in 1992. He performs in major concert halls and in the most prestigious festivals on five continents. As organist plays precious antique instruments in Europe, while as a harpsichordist and conductor of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir performs at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, at the Théatre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, the Musikverein and the Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Philharmonie in Berlin, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall in New York, Suntory Hall in Tokyo as well as London, Brussels, Madrid, Rome, Salzburg, Copenhagen, Lisbon, Monaco and Athens. Is very active as a guest conductor and works with the leading orchestras in the world among which the Berlin Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunk, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Boston Symphony , Chicago Symphony, New York Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, as well as the Cleveland Orchestra, where he is Artist in Residence. The extensive activities as a soloist and director is evidenced by the impressive number of records for various labels; In 2002 he created his own label. Between 1994 and 2004, has embarked on a unique project of its kind, the execution and recording of the Bach Cantatas, a massive research work for which it receives the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis Echo Klassik award, the "Hector Berlioz" and BBC Award as well as nominations for the Grammy Awards and the Gramophone Award. In 2005, he devoted himself to another great project: the recording of Dietrich Buxtehude. To date, 16 volumes have been published, including the complete organ and harpsichord and vocal four-volume work; chamber music will be published in the coming months. He is the President of the "International Dietrich Buxtehude Society" and in 2012 he received the "Buxtehude" by the city of Lübeck and the prize "Bach" from the city of Leipzig. Public many essays and several critical essays, and for years has been working complete edition of Handel's organ concertos. Recently by new editions of Handel's Messiah and the Last Judgement by Buxtehude. He is a professor at Leiden University and Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Music in London as well as artistic director of the Festival in France Itinéraire Baroque. In 1983 he took part in the survey Verona Music directing the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, The Sixteen Choir. During the 2014-2015 Symphony Season directs the first event at the Philharmonic Theatre bogna BARTOSZ mezzo-soprano Born in Danzig Bogna Bartosz studied singing at the Academy of Music in his home town and further to HochschulederKünste Berlin with Ingrid Figur. In 1992, while still a student, he won the first prize at the renowned International Competition "J. S.Bach "of Lipsiae was awarded the" Special Award "from the European broadcasting; sings regularly in major concert halls of Europe, America and Israel, performing at the Berlin Philharmonie, the Vienna Musikverein, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Boston Symphony Hall and allaCarnegie Halldi New York. Work with renowned directors such as Krzysztof Penderecki, Jeffrey Tate, Michail Jurowski, Ton Koopman, Philippe Herreweghe, Helmut Rilling, Fabio Luisi, Marek Janowski and collaborated with famous orchestras like the Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig, Dresdner Philharmonic, the Israel Chamber Orchestra TelAviv, the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Japan. It is host to festivals of international fame such as the Berliner Festwochen, the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, the Bachfest Leipzig, the Penderecki Festival in Krakow, the Festival de Arte Sacro Madrid and the Lucerne Festival. Record CD and participated in numerous radio and television productions in Germany and abroad; of particular interest is the record of all the Bach cantatas and the DVD-CD of Bach's St. Matthew Passion with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra under Ton Koopman. He made his debut at the Verona Philharmonic Theatre as interpreter of the Symphony no. Beethoven's 9th for the 2014-2015 Season. JÖRG Dürmüller tenor The Swiss tenor Jörg Dürmüller studied violin and singing at the Conservatory of Winterthur cantopresso then continuing his studies in the Academy of Music and Theatre in Hamburg. He tours and performs in major concert halls and festivals, such as the Royal Albert Hall in London, the Auditorio Nacional de España in Madrid, Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, the Vienna Musikverein, the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and Théâtre du Châteletdi Paris, Carnegie Hall in New York, Schwetzinger Festspiele, the Bachfestival of Leipzig, the Schleswig-Holstein Festival. The operatic engagements the portaronoa Berlin, Vienna, Hamburg, Leipzig, Cologne, Seville, Teatro Real Madrid, the Teatro Regio in Turin, Opera du Rhin in Strasbourg, where he interpreted Mozart roles of Ferrando in Così fan tutte, Tamino in Die Zauberflöte, Don Ottavio Don Giovanni and Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serail, plays the role to Don Ramiro in La Cenerentola by Rossini, Narraboth in Strauss' Salome, Erik in the Flying Dutchman by Wagner. career collaboracon direttoridel such as Herbert Blomstedt, Christoph Eschenbach, Fasolis Diego, Reinhard Goebel, Thomas Hengelbrock, Christopher Hogwood, Michael Hofstetter, René Jacobs, Robert King, Ton Koopman, Alessandro de Marchi, Vaclav Neumann, Christof Prick, Helmuth Rilling, Peter Schreier Sebastian Weigle, Bruno Weil, Simone Young and Hans Zender. Among the recordings made include: Bach's St Matthew Passion conducted by Ton Koopman, The Flying Dutchman, conducted by Bruno Weil, Sardakai by Ernst Krenek with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, where he plays the male lead role of Charles, received the prestigious ECHO -Award, Die schöne Galathee by Franz von Suppe conducted by Bruno Weil, where he plays the role of Pigmalionee wins the "Deutsche Preisder Record Critics." He made his debut at the Verona Philharmonic Theatre playing the Symphony no. Beethoven's 9th for the 2014-2015 Season. CHRISTIAN SENN baritone Christian Senn, of Chilean origin and Italian by adoption, after graduating in biochemistry wins a scholarship and perfected by soloists from the Accademia Teatro alla Scala in Milan. He starts immediately a brilliant career and performed with leading conductors in Italy and abroad, in the most prestigious concert halls and major theaters. Vast is his opera and concert repertoire, mainly oriented to the bel canto but also to the Classical and Baroque. He collaborates with renowned orchestras such as the original instruments Europa Galante, the Byzantine Academy, Il Giardino Armonico, the Cappella della Pietà de 'Turchini and the Ensemble Matheus; many years been regularly performs with the Orchestra Verdi di Milano and the Baroque. Recently stands in the title role in Donizetti Furious island of San Domingodi in Bergamo, Modena, Ravenna and Rovigo; Astolfo is InOrlando Furiosodi Vivaldi at the Théatre des Champs Elysée in Paris, Nice, Turin and at the Musikfest Bremen; Guglielmo in Così fan tutte at the Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo, the National Theatre of Santiago de Chile and Reggio Emilia; ContenelleNozze of Figaro in Potsdam and at La Scala in Milan; plays the title role in Mozart's Don Giovanni in Chile. You Pallante in Handel's Agrippina at the Berlin Staatsoper; Barbieredi Seville Figaro in Rossini in various productions at La Scala in Milan, the Teatro Regio in Turin, La Fenice in Venice, the Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari, at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Theater an der Wien; Malatesta in Donizetti's Don Pasquale at La Scala in Milan; Taddeo in Algeri of Rossinial Regio in Turin; Papageno in Mozart's Die Zauberflöte in Montpellier; also plays the role of Pacuvio the award-winning production of Rossini's La Pietra del comparison to Regio di Parma and at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris; Zoroaster is in Orlando Händelal Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia; Valentin in Gounod's Faust and Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti in Santiago, Chile; Nanni infidelity Disappointed by Haydn to Musikfestpiele Potsdam, Master of Music in conveniences and inconveniences of Donizetti's La Scala theater in Milan and on tour in Aalborg. Of note, the recording of Vivaldi's Tito Manlio and the DVD of the Stone of the comparison to Paris. Recent engagements include: Dorilla in Tempe Vivaldi in Lausanne; Lucia di Lammermoor in Bergamo; La Scala Silk Rossini in Paris. He made his debut at the Philharmonic Theatre in 2004, Orff's Carmina Burana, and in 2006 played Cosi fan tutte. Back to the 2014-2015 Season Symphony to play the Symphony no. 9 by Beethoven. SYMPHONIC SEASON 2014-2015 FOUNDATION ARENA DI VERONA TWO STAGES FOR 16 CONCERTS FROM October 18, 2014 May 19, 2015 IN THE THEATRE AND REFRESHMENTS Verona Philharmonic Theatre's 2014-2015 Season Symphony Orchestra of the Arena di Verona kicks off on Saturday, October 18, 2014 and ends Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Four concerts at the Teatro Ristori, dedicated to famous composers classicists Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, plus ten events at the Philharmonic Theater symphonic ranging up to contemporary. There are two special events: New Year's Concert December 31, 2014 to celebrate the long New Year's Eve, and May 19, 2015, the Young Soloists Concert featuring the talents of the Conservatory "E. F. Dall'Abaco "of Verona. It confirms the presence of internationally renowned conductors, the Orchestra and Chorus of the Arena di Verona, and the participation of important soloists that enrich the proposal concert. All concerts of the 2014-2015 season start at 20.30 for the first night of Friday and Saturday, and at 17:00 in reply Saturdays and Sundays, with the exception of New Year's Concert to be held at 21.30. The events at the Teatro Ristori Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 20:30 inaugurates programming symphonic orchestra directed by Omer Meir Wellber, in response Sunday, October 19th at 17:00. The evening is dedicated to the fathers of Classicism, opens with the execution of Moz-Art à la Haydn Alfred Schnittke, following the Bassoon Concerto in B flat major, K 191 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - which sees Paul Guelfi the solo instrument - to conclude with the Symphony no. 3, Op. 55 in E flat major, known as the "Eroica" by Ludwig van Beethoven. Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 October there is the second round of the symphonic Ristori Theater. Daniel Smith conducts the Overture to Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus, Op. 43 Beethoven's Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra in C major, K 314 by Mozart with Paul Grace the solo instrument, the Overture to Die Weihe des Hauses op. 124 more and Beethoven's famous Symphony no. 104 in D Major "London" by Franz Joseph Haydn. Saturday, November 22, with repeats Sunday, November 23, the third concert dedicated to Viennese Classicism. Maestro Tito Ceccherini directs the pianist Clare Opalio in the Piano Concerto no. 4, Op. 58 in G major, followed by the overture to Die Ruinen von Athen, Op. 113, both of Beethoven's Symphony no. 95 in C minor by Haydn. Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th November, the director Carlos Prazeres guide the execution of the Symphony Orchestra of the Arena. 6, Op. 68 in F major "Pastorale" Beethoven Overture from Don Giovanni K 527 by Mozart, always the genius of Salzburg, in the Violin Concerto no. 5 in A major, K. 219, in which we appreciate the virtuosity of the young Giovanni Andrea Zanon. The events at the Philharmonic Theatre's first concert at the Philharmonic Theatre is scheduled for Friday, October 31, 2014 at 20:30, with repeats Sunday, November 2 at 17:00 with the performance of the Symphony no. 9 Op. 125 in D minor by Beethoven, conducted by Ton Koopman. The solo parts, accompanied by the Choir of the Arena, are handled by YETZABEL Arias Fernandez (soprano), Bogna Bartosz (alto), Jörg Dürmüller (tenor) and Christian Senn (baritone). The selection continues with a concert gala, non-subscription, which celebrates music in the new year Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 21:30. The concert is directed by John Axelrod and sees the sax solo by Federico Mondelci. Join the Chorus of the Arena di Verona. The season resumes at the Philharmonic Theatre on Saturday 10 and Sunday, January 11, 2015 and presents a world premiere at the opening: the composition of Matthew 26 by Andrea Mannucci. The evening is directed by Robert Tuohy and continues with the Symphony no. 1 in One Movement, Op. 9 Samuel Barber and the Concerto for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 104 in B minor by Antonín Dvořák, with soloist Enrico Dindo. Friday 30th and Saturday, January 31 director Lü Jia opens with the English composer Gerald Finzi, which presents Romance for strings, Op. 11 and Introit for Solo Violin & Small Orchestra, Op. 6, with the first violinist Peter Szanto the Arena. The evening continues with the Symphony of Psalms by Igor Stravinsky, performed by the Choir of the Arena, and ends with the Symphony no. 4, Op. 36 in F minor by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The concert on Saturday 7 and Sunday, February 8th sees direct from the podium of the Philharmonic Theatre Jan Latham Koenig and offers the Slavonic Dances no. 2 and n. 7 Op. 72 Dvořák, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 82 in A minor by Alexander Glazunov with soloist Stefan Milenkovich, concluding with Pictures at an Exhibition, by Modest Mussorgsky composition performed in the orchestral version by Maurice Ravel. The appointment of symphonic Saturday 21 and Sunday, February 22 is directed by Philipp von Steinaecker. Will run in the opening brief Finland, Op. 26 by Jean Sibelius, followed by the Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 16 in A minor by Edvard Grieg with Mamikon Nakhapetov the solo instrument; then closes Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 by Richard Strauss. Saturday 21 and Sunday, March 22 the master directs Julian Kovatchev Krylov in the virtuosic Violin Concerto no. 1, Op. 6 in D major by Niccolo Paganini. Here are Schicksalslied op. 54 by Johannes Brahms, the "hand of fate" declaimed by the Chorus of the Arena, and the symphonic poem Pines of Rome by Ottorino Respighi. Omer Meir Wellber leads the symphony concert on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 March, which offers Schelomo by Ernest Bloch, the Rococo Variations, Op. 33 and Symphony no. 6, Op. 74 in B minor "Pathetique" Tchaikovsky. Cellist Jan Vogler. Performing Friday 24 and Sunday, April 26th devotes the first part of the piano of David Cabassi engaged in Piano Concerto no. 1, Op. 15 in D minor by Brahms, then move on to the Symphony no. 5, Op. 64 E minor by Tchaikovsky. Directs Francis Ommassini. Saturday 2 and Sunday, May 3rd Claudio Scimone leads the Orchestra and Chorus of the Arena in Zadok by Georg Friedrich Händel, in Meerestille Glückliche und Fahrt, Op. 112 Beethoven and the Messa di Gloria by Pietro Mascagni, with the solo voices of the tenor and the baritone Cataldo Caputo Davit Babayants. Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 May, Marcus Bosch presents the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 47 in D minor by Sibelius, which sees the return of Anna Tifu the solo instrument on stage at the Philharmonic, and the Symphony no. 2, Op. 73 in D Major by Brahms. Tuesday, May 19 at 20:30 concludes the 2014-2015 season the traditional concert at the Philharmonic Theater of Young Soloists, directed by Victor Hugo Toro, in collaboration with the Conservatory of Verona "E. F. Dall'Abaco. "Tel. 045 596517 - Fax 045 8013287 045 8005151 Call center - www.arena.it Hours Mon-Fri 9: 00-12: 00 15: 15-17: 45 Saturday 9: 00-12: 00 Via Philharmonic Theatre of Maimed 4 / k - Verona 37122 Tel. 045 8002880 - Fax 045 8013266 hours (from 10 October 2014) Monday to Friday 12: 00-17: 45 Saturday 10: 00-12: 45 on show days 12: 00-until show starts Saturday 10: 00-12: 45 17: 00-until the beginning of the show on Sunday 10: 00-until the beginning of the show at the Theatre Ticket Ristori (via Ristori Theater 7 - 37122 Verona) is open from two hours prior to the 'start of the show.