Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra
Founded in 1957, the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra has been the resident orchestra of the Laeiszhalle since 2017.
International critics have compared Augustin Dumay to the great violinists of the 20th century, describing him as a “great classical stylist”, a reputation underscored by his outstanding recordings for Deutsche Grammophon.
Rachmaninoff International Orchestra
Born of a singular moment in history, the Rachmaninoff International Orchestra embodies the vision of its founder, Mikhail Pletnev, and his commitment to dismantling barriers through the universal language of music.
“Poised and poetic, soulful and tenderly enquiring…she plays with sincerity Mazurkas brought out the most of Klara Min’s reflective and sensitive side”
— Colin Anderson, Classical Source London, on Klara Min’s Wigmore Hall Debut
“…Dautricourt is not afraid to use a gruff tone, which he also deployed in an athletic, exhausting reading of Bartok’s Sonata no.1 that closed the evening. Most impressive was the hallucinatory Adagio, but the feral, percussive final Allegro was not far behind.” — The Strad
Canadian-born pianist JJ Jun Li Bui won the 6th prize at the 18th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition at the age of 17, the youngest competitor of the competition.
Hungarian born violist Máté Szücs has had a career as an award winning soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player. Máté was principal viola in the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra from 2011 to 2018 where he also appeared as a soloist playing the Bartók Viola Concerto in September 2017.
The musical publications called Alexander Schimpf an exceptional pianist early on in his career.
Winner of New York Concert Artists Worldwide Competition, Georgian pianist Salome Jordania has performed solo recitals as well as with orchestras in Germany, Azerbaijan, Austria, Armenia, Italy, Spain, Austria, Israel, Ukraine, The Netherlands, France, Russia, Mexico and various states of the USA. She will be giving her debut recital in Berlin Philarmonie in March of 2023.
Augustin Dumay Violin Recital in South Korea
Augustin Dumay Violin Recital in South Korea Augustin Dumay, Violin Klara Min, Piano Program: Ludwig Van Beethoven Sonata for violin and piano No.1 in D major, Op.12 Mozart Sonata for violin and piano No.18 in G major, K301 Intermission Robert Schumann Sonata for...
Maria Joao Pires makes her first recital in South Korea
Program: Franz Schubert, Piano Sonata D 664 Claude Debussy, Suite Bergamasque Intermission Franz Schubert, Piano Sonata D 960 Nov 22, 2022 Seoul Arts Center 7:30pm Tickets: https://tickets.interpark.com/goods/22012909 Nov 24, 2022 Ulsan Hyundai Arts Center 8pm...
Verbier Festival Gold – a joint venture between VF and Deutsche Grammophon label
The Verbier Festival and Deutsche Grammophon are delighted to announce the launch of Verbier Festival Gold – a joint venture between the two classical music powerhouses. Boasting a vast archive overflowing with precious gems captured in the Festival’s concert halls in...
An exceptional debut of Maria Joao Pires and Augustin Dumay at Verbier Festival 2021
An exceptional debut as the Verbier Festival welcomes Maria João Pires for the first time, performing with Augustin Dumay, in an intimate evening of chamber music. Full details here.