Classical music lovers will be able to listen to the Nordic Symphony Orchestra in the Styrian capital, which found its base in Tallinn, Estonia, under the leadership of the top conductor Ana Tali. An international band of musicians will join forces with soloist Mihkel Polla on the piano and play an interesting program, ...
Classical music lovers will be able to listen to the Nordic Symphony Orchestra in the Styrian capital, which found its base in Tallinn, Estonia, under the leadership of the top conductor Ana Tali. The international band of musicians will join forces with the soloist Mihkel Polla on the piano and play an interesting program that will usher us into the festive December in a beautiful and elegant way. They will play works such as: Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten, the work of the famous Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, Grieg's Piano Concerto and orchestra in A minor, Op. 16 and Symphony no. 2 in D major, Op. 43 Jean Sibelius. On this occasion, we will also be presented with the work of Anton Lajevic. We will hear the Andante. In 2010, we hosted the orchestra for the first time, but this time the musicians will return with a program tailored just for this occasion. We can see with our own ears what Slovenian music sounds like under the fingers of top Nordic musicians.
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