Photo: Marco Borggreve
Sylvain Cambreling begins a tour of Japan this week, where he will conduct the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, the Senzoku Gakuen Symphony Orchestra, the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra and the Nagoya Philharmonic.
The tour begins with two performances on the 16th and 17th November, in which Cambreling conducts Takemitsu’s Dreamtime, Haydn London Symphony and Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring with the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra at Kyoto Concert Hall. To find out more please click HERE
He then appears with the Symphony Orchestra of the Senzoku Gakuen College of Music at the Maeda Hall on the campus in Kawasaki on the 24th November. He conducts a programme featuring Berlioz’ Roman Carnival Overture, Ravel’s Mother Goose and Rhapsody Espagnol and Debussy’s La Mer.
On the 29th November Cambreling conducts the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra at the Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen Hall. The programme features Haydn’s Symphony No. 102 and Belioz’ Symphonie Fantastique. To find out more please click HERE
The final concerts on the Japan tour are with the Nagoya Philharmonic. On the 6th and 7th December Cambreling appears at the Aichi Prefectural Art Theatre Concert Hall to conduct the orchestra with soloists Daichi Fujiki (counter-tenor) and Kiyotaka Noda (piano) in the world premiere of Visions – d’après Gabriele D’Annunzio by Kenji Sakai, composer in residence with the Nagoya Philharmonic. Also featured on the programme are Dukas’ La Pèri and Stravinsky’s Petrushka. More more information please click HERE