Buniatishvili, Järvi & NHK Symphony Orchestra

Philharmonie Berlin, Berlin - Grosser Saal

Tuesday
03 Mar
20:00

Buniatishvili, Järvi & NHK Symphony Orchestra

Philharmonie Berlin , Berlin - Grosser Saal

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03 Mar
20:00

Buniatishvili, Järvi & NHK Symphony Orchestra

Philharmonie Berlin , Berlin - Grosser Saal

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03 Mar
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Buniatishvili, Järvi & NHK Symphony Orchestra

Philharmonie Berlin , Berlin - Grosser Saal

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About the Event

Georgian star-pianist Khatia Buniatishvili joins the NHK Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Paavo Järvi for program featuring works by Takemitsu, Beethoven and Bruckner at the Philharmonie.

Program

  • Takemitsu, Toru
    „How Slow the Wind”
  • Beethoven, Ludwig van
    Klavierkonzert Nr. 3
  • Bruckner, Anton
    Sinfonie Nr. 7 E-Dur
Program is subject to change

Artists

  • Järvi, Paavo (Conductor)
    Grammy-award winning Paavo Järvi has built a remarkable conducting reputation. Born in Tallinn, Estonia, he studied percussion and conducting at the Tallinn School of Music then, in 1980, moved to the USA where he continued his studies at the Curtis Institute of Music and at the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute, with Leonard Bernstein.

    In addition to his numerous permanent positions, Paavo Järvi is in much demand as a guest conductor appearing regularly with orchestras such as Chicago Symphony, Los Angeles, New York Philharmonic, Boston, Staatskapelle Dresden, La Scala and NHK Symphony.
  • Buniatishvili, Khatia (Piano)
    Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili had her orchestra debut at the age of six, and she has quickly risen to become one of the leading pianists of today.
  • NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo (Orchestra)
    Japan's first professional orchestra, founded as the New Symphony Orchestra in 1925. Later known as the Japan Symphony Orchestra, the group took its present name in 1951, after receiving financial support from NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation). Performing in numerous halls, including the NHK Hall, Suntory Hall, and the Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, the present chief conductor is Paavo Järvi, with André Previn, Tadaki Otaaka, Herbert Blomstedt, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Charles Dutoit, and Vladimir Ashkenzay all having strong historical ties to the orchestra.

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