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Monday 08. Apr. 2019, 7.30 pm | Laeiszhalle, Kleiner Saal

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5th Academy Concert

Kent Nagano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 28 in C Major, K. 200

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano concerto No. 12 in A Major, K. 414 (arranged for string quartet)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Horn concerto No. 3 in E-flat Major, K. 447

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 33 in B-flat Major, K. 319

Dirigent: Kent Nagano
Horn: Pascal Deuber
Klavier: Florian Heinisch
Kammerorchester des Philharmonischen Staatsorchesters Hamburg

Mozart and his music are the focus of the Philharmonic Academy in the 2018/2019 season. Mozart’s oeuvre is rich and varied and reveals an astonishing willingness to experiment, as well as the courage to plumb the full depth of aesthetic boundaries. Mozart may have been guided on his path by the fact that after leaving courtly employ, he chose to live in Vienna as a free(-lance) artist. He thereby engaged with market conditions of his time, which led him to decisions and creations of immense importance. We owe them an artistic output of singular greatness.
Kent Nagano has entrusted the two solo concerti on the programme to two young soloists already enjoying advanced careers: Pascal Deuber (b. 1992) has been a member of the Philharmonic State Orchestra since 2015 and has since advanced to principal horn. After last season’s appearance in Schumann’s Concert Piece for Four Horns, he is once again heard as a soloist. Florian Heinisch (b. 1990) makes his debut with the Philharmonic State Orchestra in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12. To the pianist from Eisenach who recently moved to Hamburg, piano playing is more like an improvisation than a reproduction of the printed score, especially in the case of traditional works. Only by looking beyond supposedly “true” interpretations does he find his own, which he will develop together with Kent Nagano and an ensemble of members of the Philharmonic State Orchestra.


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Kent Nagano initiated the Philharmonic Academy when first taking up the position of Hamburg’s General Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Philharmonic State Orchestra in 2015. It is an “open” project with an experimental outlook, always dedicated to eminent composers, important subjects or the exploration of music and other content. The musicians of the orchestra form smaller and larger groups, collectives and ensembles and seek out unusual performance venues.


Venue: Laeiszhalle, Kleiner Saal, Gorch-Fock-Wall 29, 20355 Hamburg

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