The Life of a Hero - Lan Shui & NTSO
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The Life of a Hero - Lan Shui & NTSO

Session Information

Number of Sessions Venue Musician/Performer
2021/03/19(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)  水藍 Lan Shui (20/21)
阿貝娜.達奈洛娃 Albena Danailova (20/21)
2021/03/20(Sat.)19:30 Performance Hall of Cultural Bureau, Hsinchu County googleMap連結 Performance Hall of Cultural Bureau, Hsinchu County  水藍 Lan Shui (20/21)
阿貝娜.達奈洛娃 Albena Danailova (20/21)

Event Details

NTSO 2020/21 Season
The Life of a Hero - Lan Shui & NTSO

2021/03/19(Fri.)19:30 Concert Hall of National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying)

2021/03/20(Sat.)19:30 Performance Hall of Cultural Bureau, Hsinchu County

Conductor: Lan Shui

Violin, Guest Concertmaster: Albena Danailova

Program
M. Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor
R. Strauss: Ein Heldenleben, Op. 40

About 90 min.

Price
Kaohsiung 300、500、800、1000、1500、2000
Hsinchu 300、500、800

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Richard Strauss' large-scale symphonic poem, Ein Heldenleben (1898), may initially seem like a grand musical epic of a hero. But actually, the “hero” in this piece is a projection of Strauss’ life and himself. In the magnificent and freestyle sonata, the composer boastfully tells the stories of how he fought against his enemies. These “enemies” include the harsh music critics and narrow-minded slanderers. In the piece, the role of the Female Companion, who continuously encourages the composer to fight, is represented by a solo violin.

During the second half of this concert, Vienna Philharmonic concertmaster and violinist Albena Danailova will serve as NTSO's guest concertmaster and take on the role of the hero's Female Companion. And in the first half of the concert, Danailova will perform Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor (1865-1866). This violin concerto carries on the gracefulness and exceptional skills found in Mendelssohn's similar works, and also foreshadows the deeper and more profound style of Brahms' Violin Concerto (1878).

 

Update:2020/9/16