SWR Sinfonieorchester – Sylvain Cambreling
With a large, unconventional orchestration and requiring a high degree of virtuosity, Janáček’s famous “Sinfonietta” – the composer’s brilliant major symphonic piece – represents a challenge for every orchestra. The composer himself described the piece as a tribute to his native town of Brno. Sylvain Cambreling, chief conductor of the SWR Symphonic Orchestra, will place the work in an environment that accentuates its highly original and exemplary musical architecture: the same interconnection of form, colour and density can be experienced in the works of young Hanspeter Kyburz, 89-years-old Henri Dutilleux, and Anton Webern.
Noésis for large orchestra
„L’arbre des songes“ (The Tree of Dreams)
Concerto for violin and orchestra
“Das Augenlicht” for mixed choir and orchestra op. 26
Cantata No. 2 for soprano and bass solo, mixed choir and orchestra op. 31
Sinfonietta for orchestra op. 60