Midori with the Festival Strings Lucerne
Ensemble Leader and Artistic Director: Daniel Dodds
Music
12 Mar 2020
Midori with the Festival Strings Lucerne
Ensemble Leader and Artistic Director: Daniel Dodds
Music
12 Mar 2020
Photo by Dorothee Falke
Midori with the Festival Strings Lucerne
Ensemble Leader and Artistic Director: Daniel Dodds
Music
12 Mar 2020

Midori with the Festival Strings Lucerne

“Midori’s tone was, as ever, sweet and pure; an evergreen talent”
★★★★ Independent

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“Midori’s tone was, as ever, sweet and pure; an evergreen talent”
★★★★ Independent
“[Midori] Graceful, heartfelt, neatly ornamented and technically superb” Gramophone

“[Festival Strings Lucerne] One of the most brilliant chamber orchestras that currently exists in the world” El Mundo

Violinist Midori joins Europe’s leading chamber orchestra to celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday with the composer’s complete works for violin and orchestra—the two Romances and his only Violin Concerto. “The strings with fire and passion” (Neue Luzerner Zeitung), Festival Strings Lucerne pays further homage to Beethoven with his poignant Fourth Symphony.
Beethoven

Violin Concerto in D major, Op 61
Romance for Violin and Orchestra No 2 in F major, Op 50
Romance for Violin and Orchestra No 1 in G major, Op 40
Symphony No 4 in B-flat major, Op 60
Violin: Midori
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“[Midori] Graceful, heartfelt, neatly ornamented and technically superb” Gramophone

“[Festival Strings Lucerne] One of the most brilliant chamber orchestras that currently exists in the world” El Mundo

Violinist Midori joins Europe’s leading chamber orchestra to celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday with the composer’s complete works for violin and orchestra—the two Romances and his only Violin Concerto. “The strings with fire and passion” (Neue Luzerner Zeitung), Festival Strings Lucerne pays further homage to Beethoven with his poignant Fourth Symphony.
Programme
Beethoven

Violin Concerto in D major, Op 61
Romance for Violin and Orchestra No 2 in F major, Op 50
Romance for Violin and Orchestra No 1 in G major, Op 40
Symphony No 4 in B-flat major, Op 60
Violin: Midori