#classicalbuzz HELLO STAGE Weekly Highlights February 9th
We are very pleased to start this week's highlights with the renound promoter from Paris,
as they bring marvelous and highly talented musicians to Berlin
Brahms cycle at the Kammermusiksaal / Berliner Philharmonie.
Each week we will present their upcoming concerts; on February 11th acclaimed pianist
Kim Sunwook opens the Piano Cycle concert series and plays Mozart's Piano sonata b-flat major KV 281
, Schubert's Piano sonata No.18 D 984
Beethoven's Diabelli Variations, Op. 120
. Stay tuned as we present an interview with André Furno himself, artist interviews and follow these wonderful musicians - do go to these concerts if you can, we highly recommend it!
Pianist Maria Radutu
is currently on tour with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra and Cornelius Meister - as you might have seen on our blog, Maria is making a little tour diary exclusively for Hello Stage!
Tonight they play Mozart in Prince Mahidol Hall in Bangkok, on the 14th in Taipei, Taiwan...we wish everybody the best of luck and we look forward to more posts!
Solo harpist of the Vienna Philharmonic, Anneleen Lenaerts
has a recital herself coming up in Villach as she plays Mozart's
Mozart Flute & Harp Concerto
with the Kärtner Sinfonie Orchester under
Alexander Soddy on the 11th, before giving a solo recital on the 13th in Bad Mergentheim, Germany...
One half of the hilarious duo Igudesman & Joo,
teams up with the one and only, violinist Rusanda Panfili as they invite you to their show Fasten Seatbelts
as they tour Austria with concerts in St. Pölten, Linz and Vienna at the Konzerthaus!
As always, fun and laughter guaranteed!
The outstanding young South Korean cellist Yoon-Kyung Cho
, part of the
"Classe d'excellence de violoncelle"(2014-2015) of Gautier Capuçon in cooperation with Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris, has a recital at Wigmore Hall coming up on the 15th February -
"...Yoon-Kyung Cho and Polish pianist Anna Szalucka combine to offer a diverse programme of solo works and duets for cello and piano, featuring works by Bach, Debussy and Ligeti, with a distinctive Polish flavour from Chopin, Lutosławski and Szymanowski."