We are pleased to announce to have taken on the management for German Brass in Benelux. With their virtuosity, brilliant musicality and rare stage presence the eleven top soloists of leading German symphony orchestras have decisively influenced the brass culture.
Risto Joost directs the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, Netherlands Chamber Choir and soloists in Alkmaar on 1 March, Concertgebouw Amsterdam on 2 and 3 March, and Haarlem on 4 March. The programme features the first performance of Guillaume Connesson's Liturgies de Lumière for chamber orchestra and choir, Ralph Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis and the Fauré Requiem.
Tonu Kaljuste conducts the Iceland Symphony Orchestra in Reykjavik on 3 March in a programme with Arvo Pärt, Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten as well as Te Deum, and Henryk Górecki’s Symphony No. 3.
Risto Joost conducts the MDR Symphony and MDR Radio Choir in two concerts in Leipzig on 26 February and Magdeburg on 27 February with an Arvo Pärt portrait.
The programme includes Orient&Occident, Nunc Dimittis, Adam’s Lament, Fratres and Te Deum.Read more
Kaspars Putnins presents a programme with the Crème de la crème of the French choral music of the 19 and 20th century with the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
in Tallinn on 20 February featuring works by Olivier Messiaen, Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Jean-Yves Lesur and Gabriel Fauré.Read more
Florian Helgath conducts the Choeur de Radio France in an A Capella programme in Paris on 17 February featuring the Requiem and Four Motets by Maurice Duruflé.
The Trio Chausson gives four concerts at the Folle Journée Festival in Nantes from 3 to 7 February to feature works by Haydn, Schubert, Liszt, Bartok, Lili Boulanger and Astor Piazzolla.
Paul Hillier conducts the NDR Radio Choir Hamburg in three A cappella concerts with an exciting Nordic programme of works by Askell Masson, Jean Sibelius,
Edvard Grieg, Edward Elgar and Per Norgard. Concert dates: 29 January Lübeck, 30 January Schwerin and 30 January Hamburg.Read more