New home for Dresden Philharmonic.
New home for Dresden Philharmonic
By Tomas Bagackas
DRESDEN/GERMANY: For the past five years, the Dresden Philharmonic have been effectively homeless
. Since the Kulturpalast (Palace of Culture) closed its bronze entrance doors in July 2012 and preparations began on the construction of a concert hall with acoustics worthy of the Dresden Philharmonic, this illustrious local orchestra was without a place to call their own. The Dresden Philharmonic look foreward to new acoustics – and to having their own individual lockers. The new culture palace will be inaugurated 28th – 30th April 2017.
“We look forward to performing in an auditorium that has intimacy, warmth and atmosphere as well as great acoustics.”
BRILLIANT OPENING PROGRAM:
Of course, A new piece – world premiere, and some well known pieces with relations to Dresden are chosen for the opening program. Ludwig van Beethoven‘s 9th Symphony, which ends with the EU “National Anthem”: Ode to Joy.
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdys Violin Concerto with Julia Fischer as violin soloist and a World premiere of “Chinese Lieder” by Krystoph Penderecki, song by Matthias Goerne. All led by Michael Sanderling.
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