Concert
Visiting Orchestras

Chamber Orchestra of Europe – Thomas Adès

Introduction with Clemens Goldberg
at 19:00, Ausstellungsfoyer (exhibition foyer)

The Chamber Orchestra of Europe ranks among the best in the world. The Berlin audience - also thanks to the long and continuous commitment of Berliner Festspiele - is closely acquainted with the ensemble’s musical ways and enthusiasm. Musikfest Berlin has now succeeded in bringing the COE together with Thomas Adès, whose achievements as composer, pianist and conductor have seen a remarkably swift development over recent years. Adès himself will conduct the first performance ever of his violin concerto, a piece composed on commission by Berliner Festspiele and Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and in close cooperation with soloist Anthony Marwood.

Concert Programme

Ludwig van Beethoven
“Name Day” Overture in C major op. 115

Igor Stravinsky
Pulcinella
suite for chamber orchestra from the ballet by G. B. Pergolesi

Thomas Adès
Violin Concerto “Concentric Paths”
World Première
Commissioned by Berliner Festspiele and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra

Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony No. 4 B flat major op. 60

Cast

Anthony Marwood violin

Chamber Orchestra of Europe
Thomas Adès conductor

Concert in cooperation with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the BBC Proms