19. AUGUST – 09. SEPTEMBER 2023



»Uraufführung 5. Sinfonie«

Fazil Say (© Marco Borggreve)|Moné Hattori (© Yuji Inagaki)

Fazil Say (© Marco Borggreve)|Moné Hattori (© Yuji Inagaki)

Sunday , 04.09.22 - 8:00 pm

Gioacchino Rossini: Ouverture »La scala di seta«
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major op. 35
Fazıl Say: Symphony No. 5 (commissioned work Musikfest Bremen)

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, the pianist and composer Fazıl Say and the Glocke – a truly happy combination! This is where the orchestra not only accompanied Fazıl Say himself playing the grand piano, but also premiered works by the Turkish artist: in 2014 »Gezi Park 3« and in 2019 his percussion concerto (the Bremen premiere with Martin Grubinger!). Now we celebrate the premiere of his fifth symphony. What is it about? Say won't reveal that yet. But if you look at other works by this ambassador of intercultural dialogue, it will range from today to yesterday, from east to west and from darkness to light – or vice versa! The premiere will be conducted by the young Italian-Turkish conductor Nil Venditti, who has already worked with Paavo Järvi alongside Fazıl Say. And not only at the baton is it Ladies First this evening! Before that, violinist Moné Hattori, who was born in Tokyo in 1999 and has already won five international violin competitions, will present herself. Critics rave about her technically brilliant, emotionally touching and passionate playing – all the prerequisites for Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto, oscillating between temperamental virtuosity and fragile melancholy!

Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen
Moné Hattori violin
Nil Venditti conductor

Tickets: € 80 / 70 / 55 / 40 / 20 (reduced 20%)

supported by Die Sparkasse Bremen