Renowned violinist Gidon Kremer formed the chamber orchestra Kremerata Baltica, consisting of young musicians from the Baltic republics (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania). The ensemble has gained a reputation for its high artistic quality as a result of the exceptional talent of the individual musicians and Kremer’s innovative approach to repertoire. This program features the opportunity to hear Kremer as a solo violinist in pieces by Weinberg and Shostakovich. Kremer serves as the orchestra’s artistic director and violinist. His belief that music can overcome all barriers of language and culture has been brought to life with Kremerata Baltica.

Program:

Mieczyslaw Weinberg
Concertino for violin and strings Op.42
I. Allegretto cantabile
II. Cadenza. Lento – Adagio
III. Allegro moderato poco rubato
Gidon Kremer, violin

Mieczyslaw Weinberg
Symphony No.10 for strings Op.98
I. Concerto grosso
II. Pastoral
III. Canzone
IV. Burlesque
V. Inversion

Dmitri Shostakovich            
Sonata for violin and piano Op.134 G major 
Dedicated to David Oistrakh; orchestration for violin, strings, and percussion by Mikhail Zinman and Andrei Pushkarev
I. Andante
II. Allegretto
III. Largo – Andante
Gidon Kremer, violin

Benjamin Britten
Young Apollo, Op.16
Andrius Zlabys, piano

Program Notes Available Here.


 

     


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