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London Philharmonic Orchestra
Musikverein, Vienna
Christian Tetzlaff, violin
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Conductor
karina
Canellakis
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27
February
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Musikverein, Vienna
Christian Tetzlaff, violin
MUSSORGSKY
Ouverture "Khovanshchina"
SHOSTAKOVICH
Violin Concerto No. 1
BRAHMS
Symphony No. 4
23
March
Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
JANÁČEK: The Makropulos Affair
4
April
New York Philharmonic
David Geffen Hall, New York City
Alice Sara Ott, piano
WEBERN
Six Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 6
STRAUSS
Tod und Verklärung
RAVEL
Piano Concerto in G major
SCRIABIN
Le Poème de l’extase
Featured Recording

Bartók
Concerto for Orchestra

Bartók: Four Orchestral Pieces
Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra

Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra

Release Date
April 28, 2023
Karina renews collaboration with London Philharmonic Orchestra
The London Philharmonic Orchestra today announced the extension of their relationship with Principal Guest Conductor Karina Canellakis. The contract - which commenced at the start of the 2021/22 season - has been extended for a further three years, and will see her continue to regularly conduct the orchestra in the UK and on tour. Highlights of Karina’s many appearances with the orchestra include the UK premiere of Composer-in-Residence Tania León’s Horizons this past October, as well as a six-date tour to Germany last season. She has also been involved in the LPO’s Junior Artists scheme, which offers opportunities, advice and professional insight to talented young musicians from backgrounds that are currently under-represented in professional UK orchestras. Of the appointment, Karina said, “I have had such a wonderful time conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra during the past three years and am thrilled to be working with them for a further three. It’s the response to the in-the-moment spontaneity that is so incredible with this orchestra and which makes it an electrifying experience both for me and the audience. I can’t wait to continue making music together!” Karina joins the orchestra this Wednesday at the Royal Festival Hall for a programme that includes Brahms’ Symphony No.4 as well as Mussorgsky’s Overture to Khovanschina and Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto with Pablo Ferrandez as soloist. They follow this with a five-city European tour which culminates with a performance at the Musikverein Vienna on 27 February as part of Karina’s season-long residency there. The tour features the Mussorgsky presented alongside either Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto with Christian Tetzlaff and Brahms’s Symphony No.4, or Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.10 for two pianos with Arthur and Lucas Jussen with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.4.
Grammy Nomination for Bartók Recording with Radio Filharmonisch Orkest
Karina's recording of Bartók's "Four Orchestral Pieces" and "Concerto for Orchestra" has received a Grammy nomination in the category "Best Orchestral Performance". "I am so thrilled to learn that my Bartók recording with the Radio Filharmonisch Orkest has been nominated for a Grammy. A wonderful nod not only to this utterly expressive and stirring music but also to the musical journey the orchestra and I have made together over the years. Congratulations RFO!" The recording was released in March earlier this year and has received rave reviews. The Grammy winners will be announced at the awards show in Los Angeles on 4 February.
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