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Christmas baroque concerts by the Camerata Munich

in the Hercules Hall of the Munich Residence The Christmas Baroque Concerts of the Camerata Munich will take place on December 25th, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. and on December 29th, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. in the Hercules Hall of the Residence.

 

You can enjoy a wonderful Christmas concert with a really generous distance – taking into account the current Corona rules.

program
A.Vivaldi – 4 Seasons – Winter
Concerto for 2 violins in C major

Guiseppe Torelli – Concerto for trumpet in D major

J.S.Bach – Brandenb. Concert No. III

Soloists:
Luciana and Mariana Beleaeva (violins)
Anna Kakutia (violin)
Paolo Fazio (trumpet)

The conductor:
Bernhard Koch was born into a family of musicians in Munich and thus came into contact with classical music at a very early age. Stations
are private violin studies, the course to become a sound engineer and the study of musicology, participation as a violinist and
Viola player in several Munich orchestras, continued as a bassist and member of the choir of the Bavarian State Opera for 10 years; next to it since
Music teacher for over 30 years. Bernhard Koch has led the Young Munich Symphony Orchestra for over 30 years.

The orchestra:
The musicians of the Camerata Munich, who work as soloists in the Bavarian State Orchestra and the Munich Chamber Orchestra
give 5 concerts a year under the direction of Mr. Koch. The ensemble has become an integral part of Munich concert life.
Ensemble has become an integral part of Munich concert life.

Intimate concert enjoyment with on-site testing
Even during the pandemic, enjoying Christmas music should not be neglected. And the Camerata Munich does everything to ensure that you get it in the highest quality with all the amenities! You’ll even be spared waiting in the cold in front of public test centers because the Camerata brings the testing station directly to the checkout area of the Hercules Hall, where you can get your result immediately.

As every year, the Camerata Munich under the baton of Bernhard Koch brings in internationally sought-after soloists to vividly present the great concert literature of baroque music. This year we hear Anna Kakutia, one of the most renowned and expressive violinists for new music, this time with a magnificently pictorial piece by Antonio Vivaldi, namely the Winter op. 8/4 from the Four Seasons. There is more from Vivaldi through the two sisters Luciana and Mariana Beleaeva, who shine together in the little-known but all the more lively double concerto in C major RV 507. The soloist Paolo Fazio, who is popular not only in Munich, lets the Christmas trumpet fanfares sound with Guiseppe Torelli’s D major concerto (Roger 188).

The fact that all members of the Camerata Munich are also soloists is impressively demonstrated in Georg Friedrich Handel’s Concerto Grosso op. 6/1 and Johann Sebastian Bach’s Third Brandenburg Concerto BWV 1048. This results in a colorful, festive and joyful program Regardless of all pandemic-related restrictions, proclaims: Now it’s Christmas!

Tickets from München-Ticket and all known advance booking offices.
You can also pre-order tickets by email at ticket@junge-muenchner-symphoniker.de and pick them up at the box office.
There is then no advance booking fee.
Discounts for schoolchildren and students only at the box office upon presentation of proof.

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