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Prokofiev, Mendelssohn and Mozart with the Swiss Italian Orchestra conducted by Julian Rachlin

Friday, 26 April 2024 , ora 13.52

Symphony I op. 25 in D major "Classic"by Sergei Prokofiev, Concerto op. 64 in E minor for violin and orchestraby Felix Mendelssohn and Symphony no. 40 KV 550 in G minorby Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart are the works you will be able to hear live on Thursday, April 25th at the European Stage.

You will have the opportunity to listen to the sound of a 1693 Stradivarius violin owned by Veronika Eberle. The extraordinary talent, poise and maturity of the German violinist were noticed in 2006 when Simon Rattle presented Veronika Eberle (16 years old back then) in the Salzburg Easter Festival. Today, she is one of the leading violinists in the world, a versatile musician who frequently performs with top orchestras around the world, and renowned conductors such as Paavo Jarvi, Marek Janovski, Michael Sanderling, YanickNézet-Seguin.

On April 25th, at LAC Lugano, VeronikaEberle is the guest of the Orchestra of Italian Switzerland conducted by Julian Rachlin. Violinist, violist and conductor, Julian Rachlin is one of the most exciting musicians of our time. "Music means communication" - often says Julian Rachlin, the initiator of the "Julian Rachlin & Friends" Festival in the Croatian city of Dubrovnik. This and many other events initiated by Julian Rachlin reflect his joie de vivre and his passion for bringing together great artists and audiences from all over the world in a celebration of music and art.

Ambassador of music, Julian Rachlin will mediate, on April 25th, a refined dialogue between musicians and the public, at LAC Lugano - the modern cultural center dedicated to music, visual arts and performance.

Radio România Muzical gives you the opportunity to listen to this concert starting at 9:30 p.m during the European Stage show.

Jeanine Costache
Translated by Cosmin Ionuț Petriea,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year II
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu