Deutsche Welle presents: CAMPUS-Concert


Thu 14.9.2017, 8 p.m., 2017-9-14T20:00 Concert hall in the World Conference Center Bonn

Deutsche Welle presents: CAMPUS-Concert

Tobias Feldmann (Violin)
Konstantin Manaev (Cello)
Kateryna Titova (Piano)
LandesJugendAkkordeonOrchester NRW
Youth Orchestra of the Ukraine
Oksana Lyniv (Conductor)

Franz Xaver Mozart:
Overture in D major

Boris Lyatoshinsky:
‘On the Banks of the Vistula’. Symphonic poem, op. 59

Bohdan Sehin:
Fantasie Galiciana, New work for accordion ensemble and orchestra (world première, commissioned by Deutsche Welle)

Stefan Hippe:
New work for accordion ensemble (world première)

Ludwig van Beethoven:
Concerto for piano, violin, cello and orchestra in C major op. 56 ("Triple Concerto")

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Young people west and east

What does Ukraine sound like? In our 2017 Campus Project, musicians from the Ukrainian Youth Orchestra meet their colleagues from Germany’s National Youth Orchestra. Both ensembles are combined under the baton of the young Ukrainian conductor Oksana Lyniv, who also adds a typically Ukrainian tinge by heading the North Rhine-Westphalian Youth Accordion Orchestra. The programme includes great orchestral music: ‘On the Banks of the Vistula’, by the Ukrainian composer Boris Lyatoshinsky, and Beethoven’s Triple Concerto.

Additional Information:

'For 8 at 8' Non-bookable reserved seats for students

7 pm Concert Introduction

»Ludwig und Du«
»DU-concerts« with musicians from the campus orchestra
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Deutsche Welle Festival Concert
Sponsored by: Deutsche Welle,Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Bayer Kultur and Mariann Stegmann Foundation.

Okasna Lymiv © Oleh Pavliuchenkov

Okasna Lymiv © Oleh Pavliuchenkov

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