About the Event
Artistic expression, technical virtuosity and captivating charisma flow organically into one another in Emmanuel Pahud. At the age of just 22, the French‐Swiss musician became principal flutist of the Berlin Philharmonic under Claudio Abbado, a position he holds to this day.
Together with the dynamic Kammerakademie Potsdam under the direction of Antonello Manacorda, Emmanuel Pahud does the honors in his concert at the Philharmonie. A charming programmatic arc is drawn from Mozart's classically influenced first flute concerto to Mendelssohn Bartholdy's enchantingly playful 'Midsummer Night's Dream' overture and Beethoven's seventh symphony.
Cat. 1: Section A, Section D Row 1‐4, Section E Row 1‐4, Section B Row 1‐2
Cat. 2: Section D Row 5‐6, Section E Row 5‐6, Section F, Section B Row 3‐6
Cat. 3: Section G Row 1‐3, Section C Row 1‐3
Cat. 4: Section G Row 4‐5, Section C Row 4
Cat. 5: Section H
- Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy – Ein Sommernachtstraum, Ouverture, op. 21
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Konzert für Flöte und Orchester Nr. 1 G‐Dur KV 313 (285c)
- Ludwig van Beethoven – Symphonie Nr. 7 A‐Dur op. 92
|Flute:|| Emmanuel Pahud |
Swiss‐French flutist Emmanuel Pahud is one of today's most exciting and adventurous musicians. He was born in Geneva in January 1970 and started his music studies at the age of six. He graduated in 1990 with the Premier Prix from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, after which he continued his studies with Aurele Nicolet.