Photo: Marco Borggreve
This Sunday 2nd February Sylvain Cambreling conducts the Symphoniker Hamburg in a special concert marking the inaugural Sir Jeffrey Tate Prize. The award, in memory of the orchestra’s former chief conductor, was awarded to violist Timothy Ridout, who joins Cambreling at the Laeiszhalle Hamburg to perform Max Bruch’s Romance for viola and orchestra. The programme also includes Britten’s Sinfonia da Requiem. For tickets and more information, please click HERE.
Next week, Cambreling will appear with the Symphoniker Hamburg in Abu Dhabi for a performance of Brahms’ Nänie and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. Joining the orchestra are the soprano Christiane Libor, mezzo Claudia Mahnke, tenor Robert Dean Smith and bass Attila Jun as well as the Europa Chor Akademie. The concert is on Wednesday 5th February at the du Arena. For more information please click HERE.