Jayson Gillham will perform a live-streamed duo recital with Juliana Koch, Principal oboe of the London Symphony Orchestra from St Paul’s Knightsbridge in London featuring works by Clara Schumann, Nikos Skalkottas and Maurice Ravel. The recital will take place on 25 March and will be available on demand for two weeks afterwards.
Following highly successful Israel debut with Sinfonietta Beer Sheva, Noam Aviel will conduct Raanana Symphonette in the restarted live concerts series on 1st of May. Noam Aviel will lead the Symphonette in the romantic programme of Mendelssohn’s First Symphony in C minor following Schubert’s incidental music excerpts to Rosamunde which will open the concert.
Antoni Wit makes his debut with the Norrkopings Symphony Orchestra in a live-streamed concert on 25th of March as part of the Orchestra’s digital platform concert series. Mo Wit will conduct two works by two Polish music giants of the 20th century – Krzysztof Penderecki and Witold Lutosławski – linked to Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 performed by acclaimed Swedish pianist Roland Pöntinen at De Geerhallen, Norrköping.
Noam Aviel ‘s debut concert with the Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva with a compelling programme of works by female composers is streamed online on 11th of March. Translucent Rocks by Sharon Farber, a tone poem commissioned and premiered by the Israel Chamber Orchestra , will be followed by Clara Schumann’s Piano Concerto with Dorel Golan as soloist. The virtual concert will appear as part of the Orchestra’s online series of concerts “Made in Beer Sheva”.
Jayson Gillham’s live concert recording of the Beethoven Piano Concertos cycle with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Nicholas Carter on ABC Classic has been nominated for ARIA 2020 in the Best Classical Album category. This cycle – the first in twenty years recorded with an Australian pianist, conductor and orchestra – released internationally in May this year has received high critical acclaim and is a significant contribution to the worldwide celebrations of the Beethoven’s anniversary.
The 2020 Awards will be online on the ARIA YouTube channel from 4.30pm AEDT on Wednesday 25 November.
Together with two young exceptional guests artists Tobias Feldmann and Maximilian Hornung he will open the concerts with the Brahms Double Concerto for violin and cello which will be followed by Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony. Tchaikovsky’s Romeo & Juliette Overture will conclude the programmes titled Ein Tropfen Liebe.
Hailed for her artistic excellence, versatility and charismatic stage presence, Noam Aviel has recently emerged on the international scene as one of the most interesting personalities among young conductors. Noam Aviel has worked as Associate Conductor of the San Antonio Symphony in the US where she has lead the orchestra’s extensive educational and outreach concerts programme since 2017. A graduate of the University of Tel Aviv and the Illinois State University, Noam previously served as Assistant Conductor with the Opera San Antonio working on numerous productions in a wide range of operatic repertoire. Her recent highly successful debut with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra brought her immediate reinvitation and instant recognition outside the US. Noam Aviel’s future engagements include a return to the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, her debut with the Israel Sinfonietta Beer-Sheva and a return for concerts with the San Antonio Symphony.
In his first performance post- lockdown, Maestro Antoni Wit will conduct Wrocław Philharmonic Orchestra on 6 August at the NFM Main Hall in Wrocław in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the International Chopin Festival in Duszniki -Zdrój. Polish renowned pianist Piotr Paleczny will be the soloist in Chopin’s Piano Concerto in e minor with Beethoven Symphony No 6 “Pastoral” concluding the special concert programme. View more HERE