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  • Gustavo Gimeno photo: Marco Borggreve

    Gustavo Gimeno
  • Martin Grubinger photo: Simon Pauly

    Martin Grubinger
  • OPL photo: Johann Sebastian Hanel

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Martin Grubinger / Gustavo Gimeno / OPL

16.09.2022 20:00,

Grand Auditorium

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Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg
Gustavo Gimeno direction
Martin Grubinger percussion

Tan Dun: Percussion Concerto: The Tears of Nature
Martin Grubinger: Bis: Number of Fate
Richard Strauss: Ein Heldenleben (Une vie de héros)

There’s hardly a work by Richard Strauss containing so many references as Ein Heldenleben – the composer considered it a counterpart for his work on the anti-hero Don Quixote and also for Beethoven’s «Eroica». The result is a tone poem so colourful that it is perfect for a glittering season opening. The same goes for Tan Dun’s Percussion Concerto: The Tears of Nature, in which percussionist Martin Grubinger plays the solo part. The concert is preceded by an artist conversation in English with Gustavo Gimeno, chief conductor of the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, at 7:15 pm at the Salle de Musique de Chambre.

REMARQUE: Nous nous réjouissons de vous accueillir à la Philharmonie le 16.09. prochain à l’occasion du concert de l’Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg sous la direction de Gustavo Gimeno. Nous tenons à vous informer que, depuis que vous vous êtes procuré(e) votre ticket, le soliste a dû pour des raisons personnelles modifier la première partie du programme comme suit: le concerto de Daníel Bjarnason est remplacé par le Concerto: The Tears of Nature de Tan Dun.

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19:15, Salle de Musique de Chambre

Artist talk: Gustavo Gimeno in conversation with Matthew Studdert-Kennedy (E)