- SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS
2018.11.30 (FRI) 08: 30 pm MC2 (Grenoble, France)
- 13-47 EUR
conductor- Thierry Fischer
piano- Sun-wook Kim
※ Artists, program, date and venue are subject to change.
About the Concert
Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra Europe Tour 2018 – Grenoble, France
FRI Nov 30, 2018 20 : 30 | MC2 (Grenoble, France)
Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra is scheduled to have 2018 Europe Tour from November 25th (Sun) to December 1st (Sat), in 3 European countries and in 5 different cities. Under the baton of SPO’s principal guest conductor, Thierry Fischer, it will perform Isang Yun ‘Muak’, B Beethoven, Piano Concerto No.5 “Emperor” / **Schumann, Piano Concerto (** Lucerne, Grenoble) and Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique with Pianist SunWook Kim collaborating with the orchestra.
After four years Seoul Philharmonic has performed at London BBC Proms in August 2014, SPO is revisiting Europe, Geneva and Lucerne in Switzerland, Udine in Italy and Grenoble and Paris in France to perform. SPO is performing for the first time in all five cities, and especially for Switzerland and France, SPO is making its debut stages in the countries. Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2018 Europe Tour is sponsored by KIA Motors Corporation.
> MC2 is a Grenoble’s representative concert hall with a long history. Within the grand hall with more than 1,000 seats, performers and audiences are able to intimately relate to each other through the hall’s well-designed sound effect systems.
Thierry Fischer, conductor
Sunwook Kim, piano
Isang Yun, Muak
Schumann, Piano Concerto
Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique
Swiss conductor Thierry Fischer has been Music Director of the Utah Symphony since 2009, recently extended to 2022. In April 2016 he took the orchestra to Carnegie Hall for the first time in 40 years, has instigated a major commissioning programme, and has recorded CDs of contemporary repertoire and Mahler symphonies. Recent gues...
London-based Sunwook Kim came to international recognition when he won the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition in 2006, aged just 18, becoming the competition’s youngest winner for 40 years, as well as its first Asian winner. His performance of Brahms’s Concerto No.1 with the Hallé Orchestra and S...