NTSO A Night of Concertos (Canceled)
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NTSO A Night of Concertos (Canceled)

Session Information

Number of Sessions Venue Musician/Performer
2020/06/20(Sat.)19:30 Pingtung Performing Arts Center googleMap連結 Pingtung Performing Arts Center  勞倫斯.雷納斯 Lawrence Renes (19/20)
麗莎.德.拉薩 Lise de la Salle (19/20)
2020/06/21(Sun.)14:30 National Taichung Theater Playhouse googleMap連結 National Taichung Theater Playhouse  勞倫斯.雷納斯 Lawrence Renes (19/20)
麗莎.德.拉薩 Lise de la Salle (19/20)

Event Details

NTSO 2019/20 SEASON
A Night of Concertos

This event has now been canceled. For more information about tickets please contact ArtsTicket +886-4-22595358, https://bit.ly/3cVpKYf

2020/06/20(Sat.)19:30 Pingtung Performing Arts Center

2020/06/21(Sun.)14:30 National Taichung Theater Playhouse

Conductor: Lawrence Renes
Piano: Lise de la Salle

Program
L. v. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15
B. Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra, Sz. 116 BB 123

Duration  90 min. with intermission

Price
Pingtung NT$300、500、800
Taichung NT$300、500、800、1000、1500

Directed:Ministry of Culture
Organizer & Perform:National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra
Co-Host:Cultural Affairs Department of Pingtung County Government

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From piano to orchestra, Beethoven to Bartok, the ebb and flow of concertos ignite the endless possibilities of classical music.

Concerto performances offer the most visual and audio sensations. The soloist at times collaborates, at times competes with the orchestra, creating interactions that always mesmerize the audience who cheer wildly when the concert comes to an end.

Tonight we will enjoy two concertos in completely different styles.  Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1, which was heavily influenced by Haydn, was actually written three years later than his second concerto. However, it is titled "Piano Concerto No. 1" since it was published first. This composition follows the traditional classic style in both music concept and structure and is considered as one of the classics from Beethoven's youth.

The more contemporary Bartok chose to focus on the orchestra. Every instrument has an opportunity to show off their skills during their particularly difficult solos. Bartok once said that the odd movements in his "Concerto for Orchestra" were composed "according to Beethoven's 'from pain to joy' model". The piece showcases elevated ideas of the Romantic School in extremely complex concepts, and this reason alone is enough to make it a classic that should not be missed.

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