Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Elim Chan

Kurzkonzert am frühen Abend
Konzerthausorchester Berlin Elim Chan Conductor
Hector Berlioz „Le Corsaire“ - Ouvertüre op. 21 Nikolai Rimski-Korsakow „Scheherazade“ - Sinfonische Suite op. 35

Hong Kong-born conductor Elim Chan heads the Konzerthausorchester Berlin with the famous “Scheherazade Suite” by Russian composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov in a concert that starts at 6:30 pm  without intermission. The colourful instrumentation ensures that all the musicians come to the fore with wonderful passages – from the delicate and flowery tones of the fanciful princess by the principal violin to cello cantilenas and a melancholy solo bassoon to powerful brass interjections. But apart from the names of the movements, populated by Sinbad, Prince Kalandar, a pair of lovers, a feast and a shipwreck, Rimsky-Korsakov simply wanted “to steer the listener’s imagination towards where my own imagination had gone while composing. Flushing out the details is ultimately left to the imaginative power and mood of each individual listener.”

Music is food for the soul. Would you like to eat and drink well after (or before) one of our short concerts? With your ticket you get 10% off your total bill at the TITANIC Beef Grill Club and 15% off at the Heritage Restaurant and Bar on the day of the concert.

Telephone reservation:
Titanic: 030 2014 370 860
Heritage: 030 5870 9771 910

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