Concertos pour piano 2

Festival Strings de Lucerne | Piotr Anderszewski

Mozart | Haydn | Salieri

dim. 26 nov.17h00Nr. 17513

KKL Luzern, salle de concert

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Festival de Piano

18/11-26/11 2017

 

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    26.

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    dimanche
    17h00

    KKL Luzern, salle de concert

    Concertos pour piano 2

    Festival Strings de Lucerne | Piotr Anderszewski

    Piotr Anderszewski  piano et direction musicale
    Daniel Dodds  premier violon solo et direction musicale
    Wolfgang Amadé Mozart (1756–1791)
    Symphonie en si bémol majeur K. 319
    Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
    Concerto pour piano en ré majeur Hob. XVIII : 11
    Antonio Salieri (1750–1827)
    Symphonie en ré majeur La Veneziana
    Wolfgang Amadé Mozart (1756–1791)
    Concerto pour piano en sol majeur K. 453

    Bien des pianistes craignent Mozart plus que tout autre compositeur. Non pas que ses œuvres soient tellement difficiles techniquement, mais elles sont fort délicates à interpréter. Face à la partition, les questions sont légion : comment présenter les motifs d’accompagnement sans qu’ils fassent l’effet monotone d’une machine à coudre ? comment faire chanter les mélodies ? comment exprimer les émotions sans pour autant romantiser le discours ? Le pianiste polonais Piotr Anderszewski possède cette rare qualité de savoir donner à la musique de Mozart une dimension existentielle. « Chez Mozart, la tragédie se mêle à la comédie, explique-t-il, cela donne une telle richesse à sa musique. » Il devrait être tout autant dans son élément chez Haydn car il a un sens de l’effet de surprise. Après son formidable récital au festival de piano 2015, le voilà donc qui revient jouer un concerto de Haydn et un autre de Mozart. On ne saurait rêver de plus beau concert de clôture.

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    Festival Strings de Lucerne

    The Festival Strings Lucerne, which were founded in 1956 by Rudolf Baumgartner and Wolfgang Schneiderhan, are associated with LUCERNE FESTIVAL through yearly performances. The regular ensemble, which is led by concertmaster and artistic director Daniel Dodds, comprises 17 string soloists and a harpsichord player, but it can be expanded up to a 60-member orchestra that also performs the symphonic repertoire. The special sound culture of the “Strings” is attributable on the one hand to the master instruments from the legendary Cremonese workshops of Stradivari, Guarneri, and Amati that are in the possession of the ensemble, and on the other to their great performance tradition. From the very beginning, collaboration with prominent soloists has shaped the ensemble’s profile. Yehudi Menuhin, David Oistrach, Pablo Casals, Wilhelm Kempff, and Clara Haskil have performed in their concerts, and such stars of today as Anne-Sophie Mutter, Mischa Maisky, Hélène Grimaud, Daniil Trifonov, and Renaud and Gautier Capuçon are among their musical partners. In the 2016-17 season, the Festival Strings Lucerne concertized with such figures as Nicolas Altstaedt, Vilde Frang, Sergei Nakariakov, Julian Rachlin, and Arabella Steinbacher. They have toured in recent seasons to the United States and to South America, Japan, South Korea, China, and Russia. In the summer of 2017 the Strings performed at the new Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg (the first Swiss orchestra to do so) and toured to the Würzburg Mozartfest and to the Rheingau Musik Festival. Their repertoire ranges from the Baroque to contemporary music; in January 2017 they released a two-part homage to Sofia Gubaidulina. The ensemble regularly releases recordings, the most recent of which is an account of three Mozart violin concertos with Arabella Steinbacher. 

    LUCERNE FESTIVAL (IMF) debut on 26 August 1956 in a program of works by Corelli, Purcell, Bach, and Pergolesi.

    April 2017

    Autres dates

    Piotr Anderszewski

    Piotr Anderszewski, who was born in 1969 in Warsaw, comes from a Polish-Hungarian family. He began learning piano at the age of six and later studied at the Chopin Academy in his native city, at the conservatories in Strasbourg and Lyon, and at the University of Southern California. He absorbed important artistic influences from his courses with Murray Perahia, Fou Ts’ong, and Leon Fleisher. With his debut at Wigmore Hall in London in 1991 Anderszewski launched his international career, which has since brought him to all the major concert halls around the world, including collaborations with such orchestras as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Chicago and London Symphony Orchestras, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. Performances scheduled for the 2015-16 season include with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, and the Czech Philharmonic; he will also give recitals at the Enescu Festival in Bucharest, the Leipzig Gewandhaus, the Philharmonie in Berlin, the Alte Oper Frankfurt, Wigmore Hall in London, and Lincoln Center in New York.  Anderszewski has received multiple awards for his recordings, including the Choc du Monde de la Musique, the Gramophone Award, and the BBC Music Magazine Award. For his most recent recording – of Bachʼs English Suites – he again received the Gramophone Award in 2015 and – for a second time, following his win in 2011 – the ECHO Klassik Award. The Canadian director Bruno Monsaingeon has made three documentary films about Anderszewski, which were released in 2001, 2008, and 2010. Piotr Anderszewski has received the Szymanowski Award and the Gilmore Artist Award; the Royal Philharmonic Society of London named him Best Instrumentalist of 2001. In 2015 he was granted the Order of Polonia Restituta.

    LUCERNE FESTIVAL debut on 13 September 2001 playing works by Johann Sebastian Bach and Karol Szymanowski.

    November 2015

    Autres dates

    Daniel Dodds

    The violinist Daniel Dodds, who was born in 1971 to Australian-Chinese parents in Adelaide, left his home in Australia at the age of 17 to continue studying violin with Gunars Larsens at the University of Music in Lucerne. After graduating with distinction, other significant influences included master classes with Rudolf Baumgartner, Franco Gulli, Nathan Milstein, and Thomas Zehetmair. In 2000 Daniel Dodds was engaged as principal concertmaster by the Festival Strings Lucerne, and since 2012 he has served as Artistic Director of the ensemble, with which he performs all around the world. He is additionally active as a freelance soloist and has most recently performed with the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana under Vladimir Ashkenazy, the Australian World Orchestra under Zubin Mehta, the Sinfonie Orchester Berlin, and the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2008 Claudio Abbado appointed Daniel Dodds to the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA, where he has remained a member every summer since. In this context he has also presented himself as a chamber musician. He collaborates as guest concertmaster with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the Camerata Salzburg, and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Among his partners in the field of chamber music are Dimitri and Vovka Ashkenazy, Kolja Blacher, Wolfram Christ, James Galway, Jens Peter Maintz, Herbert Schuch, and Martin Stadtfeld. His repertoire spans from Bach to contemporary composers and includes crossover projects involving jazz, tango, and music of the Far East. In 2012 he released his solo CD, Time Transcending, with works by composers from Bach to Berio. Daniel Dodds, who teaches violin and chamber music at the Hochschule für Musik – Luzern, plays the Stradivari “ex Hämmerle – ex Baumgartner” from 1717.

    Since 2000 Daniel Dodds has been an annual guest at LUCERNE FESTIVAL with the Festival Strings Lucerne.

    April 2017

    Autres dates

    16h | KKL Luzern, Auditorium | Présentation du concert par Susanne Stähr (en allemand)