Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra and Sergej Krylov
LITHUANIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Soloist and conductor SERGEJ KRYLOV
FELIX MENDELSSOHN-BARTHOLDY – Concerto for violin and orchestra in E minor, Op. 64
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Symphony No. 4 in B flat major, Op. 60
After the tour in the Netherlands (Eindhoven Muziekgebouw) and Italy (Genoa and Cremona) the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra and its artistic director violinist Sergej Krylov appear in the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall. The musicians will perform Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor saturated by transparent lyricism and crowning with sparkling finale. Joseph Joachim, Austrian composer, conductor and violinist, described it as a treasure rising from the depth of the heart. After intermission, the performers will present Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony in B flat major (1806). Fascinated by its second movement French composer Hector Berlioz claimed that it should have been composed by Archangel Michael, but not a mortal.
Patron of the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra VIRGINIJUS STRIOGA