Symphinic Season 19-20

ONO: BRAHMS 4TH SYMPHONY

Featuring Andreas Ottensamer on clarinet

  • Dates ‎23, 24 and 25 April 2020‎
  • Ticket prices ‎€12 / €34 / €44 / €59‎
  • Hall Hall 1 Pau Casals
  • Cycle Symphinic Season 19-20

When he was appointed principal conductor of the OBC, Ono promised us the complete ‎performance of Brahms' four symphonies: last year he completed the cycle, but, the self-‎declared follower of Brahms, will be bringing the last of the German composer's symphonies to ‎us once again. In 2016, Kazushi Ono said: "Brahms's clever construction of music provides a ‎perfect opportunity to work on the connection with the orchestra and to achieve a sound ‎linked to emotions. Since then, Brahms's music has always featured on the OBC’s lecterns, ‎much to the audiences’ delight.‎

We are visited by one of Europe's most acclaimed young musicians, the clarinet soloist of the ‎Berlin Philharmonic (a position he earned at the age of 22), with the brilliant concerto by Carl ‎Maria von Weber. The programme is completed with the premiere of the most popular ‎Catalan composer, Albert Guinovart, for the participative project ET TOCA A TU (IT’S YOUR ‎TURN), which this year will give people who have suffered a stroke, and also their families and ‎friends, the opportunity to share the stage with the OBC. A concert to stimulate the mind, ‎body and soul!‎

GUINOVART: commissioned work ET TOCA A TU (IT’S YOUR TURN)‎
WEBER: Concerto for clarinet and orchestra No. 1 in F minor, Op. 73‎
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98‎

Kazushi Ono, conductor
Andreas Ottensamer, clarinet

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