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YOUNG WINNERS II: JIYEONG MUN MEETS MAESTRO VENZAGO ②

2017.09.16 (SAT) 08: 00 pm Lotte Concert Hall

    70,000원(R), 50,000원(S), 30,000원(A), 20,000원(B), 10,000원(C)

conductor - Mario Venzago

piano - Ji-Yeong Mun


※ Artists, program, date and venue are subject to change.

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YOUNG WINNERS II: JIYEONG MUN MEETS MAESTRO VENZAGO 

September 16  8PM, Saturday / Lotte Concert Hall

 

Mario Venzago, conductor

Ji-Yeong Mun, piano

 

Verdi, ‘I Vespri Siciliani’ Overture

Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat major, Op. 19

Schumann, Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 97


Robert Schumann just couldn’t help himself. He knew he was meant to be writing serious symphonies, but emotion kept getting in the way. So with its heroic opening and beer-festival finale, his Rhenish symphony is more than just an expansive musical postcard from the sunny hills of the Rhineland  it’s a self-portrait of one of music’s supreme poets. Beethoven’s brightest piano concerto is a self-portrait, too - this time of the youthful Beethoven out to create a stir. And in the hands of Jiyoung Moon - one of Korea’s fastest-rising young piano stars  you’ll know it. Guest conductor Mario Venzago launches the concert in a blaze of operatic passion, with the stirring overture to Verdi’s I Vespri Siciliani. 

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    conductorMario Venzago

    Mario Venzago is the principal conductor and artistic director of the Bern Symphony Orchestra since 2010 and Artist in Association at Finland's Tapiola Sinfonietta since 2007. Before, he was principal conductor or general music director of the following orchestras: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Basque ...

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    pianoJi-Yeong Mun

    The overall winner of the Geneva Competition (unanimously awarded First Prize) and the Busoni Competition (first Asian pianist to win First Prize since it began in 1949), Jiyeong Mun – known in the music world as Chloe Mun – seems to be following in the footsteps of Martha Argerich, who won both awards in 1957, launching a brilli...

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