BOULEZ ENSEMBLE XVIII

ROUSTOM, BRAHMS, JANÁČEK

  • Faculty

Artists

Boulez Ensemble
Tomer Amrani

Querflöte

Fabian Schäfer

Oboe

Tibor Reman

Clarinet

Mor Biron

Bassoon

Ben Goldscheider

French Horn

Bassam Mussad

Trumpet

Filipe Alves

Trombone

Dominic Oelze

Percussion

Pedro Torrejón

Percussion

Yuki Manuela Janke

Violin

Judith Stapf

Violin

Katrin Spiegel

Viola

Nikolaus Hanjohr-Popa

Violoncello

Anton Kammermeier

Double Bass

Giuseppe Guarrera

Piano

Lahav Shani

Conductor, Piano

Michael Barenboim

Violin

Radek Baborák

French Horn

Program

Leoš Janáček

Concertino für Klavier, zwei Violinen, Viola, Klarinette, Horn und Fagott

Johannes Brahms

Trio for Horn, Violin and Piano E flat Major op. 40

Kareem Roustom

Violin Concerto No.1

Duration: c.: 2h 0m

Young Israeli conductor and pianist Lahav Shani—recently named Zubin Mehta’s successor at the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra—made his double debut at the Pierre Boulez Saal last season with a solo recital and conducting the Staatskapelle Berlin. Now he leads the Boulez Ensemble in the season’s second world premiere: a violin concerto by Syrian-American composer Kareem Roustom, with Michael Barenboim as the soloist. Two chamber music works by Janáček and Brahms complete the program.

The world premiere of Kareem Roustom´s work is commissioned by the Daniel Barenboim Foundation.

Promoter & ticket sales

Pierre Boulez Saal | Französische Straße 33 D, Berlin, Germany

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