Concert by Charlie Siem & Czech National Symphony Orchestra

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Concert by Charlie Siem & Czech National Symphony Orchestra

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The Czech National Symphony Orchestra was established in 1993, celebrating its 24th birthday in 2017. Renowned for its versatility, the orchestra organized annually summer Prague Proms Festival which attracts the audience for presenting greatest international performers.The orchestra resides in famous Smetana Hall. The highlights of recent concert seasons included European tour with the legendary Ennio Morricone, and Prague concert with Anna Netrebko. In the studio the orchestra worked on recording of the new album of Plácido Domingo, and also recorded with Ennio Morricone his score of a new western film "The Hateful Eight " .

Conductor David Giménez has worked with famous orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Munich Philharmonic orchestra.After his successful debut with the Hannover Symphony Orchestra in 1994, he began to appear on the stage all over the world. He is currently the chief guest conductor of the Bucharest Philharmonic Orchestra and the honorary conductor of the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra.

Charlie Siem is one of today's foremost young violinists. He has appeared with many of the world’s finest orchestras, and worked with many famous conductors. Passionate about bringing classical music to new audiences around the world, in addition to his classical performance career Siem has revived the age-old violinistic tradition of composing virtuosic variations of popular themes. Also Siem has had numerous collaborations with fashion brands including Dunhill, Armani, Boss, and Dior.


Date:Oct.20/22

Venue:CADILLAC•Shanghai Concert Hall/OAC Concert Hall


Program

HERBERT SPENCER | Underneath the Stars

OLE BULL | Solitude Sur La Montagne

CLAUDE DEBUSSY | Clair De Lune

EDWARD ELGAR | Salut D'amour, Op. 12

JENÖ HUBAY | Carmen Fantasy

ANTONIN DVORÁK | Songs My Mother Taught Me

TCHAIKOVSKY | No. 3 Melody

FRITZ KREISLER | La Gitana

GABRIEL FAURÉ | Après Un Rêve

JOHANNES BRAHMS | Hungarian Dance No. 4

TCHAIKOVSKY | Sérénade Mélancholique, Op. 26

DMITRY SHOSTAKOVICH | Romance

CHARLIE SIEM | Canopy

*Program is subject to change

(To Be Continued )