Soyoung Yoon & NTSO - Scenes of the Northern Landscape
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Soyoung Yoon & NTSO - Scenes of the Northern Landscape

Session Information

Number of Sessions Venue Musician/Performer
2021/02/26(Fri.)19:30 Concert Hall of National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying) googleMap連結 Concert Hall of National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying)  麥可.奈斯托洛維奇 Michał Nesterowicz (20/21)
尹昭泳 Soyoung Yoon (20/21)
2021/02/27(Sat.)19:30 Northern Miaoli Art Center googleMap連結 Northern Miaoli Art Center  麥可.奈斯托洛維奇 Michał Nesterowicz (20/21)
尹昭泳 Soyoung Yoon (20/21)

Event Details

NTSO 2020/21 Season
Soyoung Yoon & NTSO - Scenes of the Northern Landscape

2021/02/26(Fri.)19:30 Concert Hall of National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying)

2021/02/27(Sat.)19:30 Northern Miaoli Art Center

Conductor: Michał Nesterowicz

Violin: Soyoung Yoon

Program
F. Mendelssohn: Overture “Die Hebriden”, Op. 26
J. Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
M. Mussorgsky/M. Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition

About 100 min.

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Miaoli 300、500、800

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After Mendelssohn’s trip to Scotland, he completed his concert overture Die Hebriden (1831). The piece depicts a sea cave created by the ocean on the northern seacoast, giving the audience hints of grey-white shadows and violent tides through the music. When waves crash onto the rocky cliffs, they make a mythical organ-like sound that resonates throughout the cave, as if we are listening to the interpretation in natural grand cathedral.

Finnish composer Sibelius wrote his Violin Concerto in D minor (1903-1905) surrounded by forests and lakes in the small town Järvenpää in the north of the capital Helsinki. The composition presents a sense of Nordic solitude and displays the sweeping, deep New Romanticism style from the early 20th century.

After Russian architect and painter Victor Hartmann passed away, his friends organized a retrospective exhibition for him. Mussorgsky was inspired by fifteen paintings at the exhibition and later wrote the piano piece Pictures at an Exhibition (1874). Ravel and other composers even rearranged the composition into different versions of orchestral music. The fantastical effects of these different “musical paintings” are not only intriguing, but also show creative innovations in rhythm, harmony, and timbre.

 

Update:2020/9/15