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01 July 2022 Ingolstadt (Germany)
Audi Sommerkonzerte 2022: Classic Open Air Future Sounds
Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt & Audi Bläserphilharmonie conducted by Nikoloz Rachveli & Pietro Sarno - Klenzepark
Program Info: Georgisches Kammerorchester Ingolstadt Nikoloz Rachveli, conductor Tsotne Zedginidze, piano
Audi Bläserphilharmonie Pietro Sarno, conductor
How does the future sound? A question that the Georgian Chamber Orchestra (GKO), founded in Tbilisi in 1964, answered in its own way when, during a tour in 1990, the orchestra members decided to stay in the West and move their headquarters to Ingolstadt. Today, the GKO is an integral part of regional and national cultural life - including at the Audi summer concerts. This time the ensemble is guesting under the direction of the Georgian conductor and composer Nikoloz Rachveli, who provided the brilliant arrangements on Lisa Batiashvili's album City Lights with music from Chaplin to Piazzolla. The “Mozart of the 21st century” (Lisa Batiashvili) Tsotne Zedginidze, born in 2009 and supported by the Lisa Batiashvili Foundation, also has a great future ahead of him: “He is not just a piano virtuoso, but a creative soul,” says the violinist – and now for the first time to be experienced on the big stage with the Georgian Chamber Orchestra.
After the break, the Audi Bläserphilharmonie and Pietro Sarno will devote themselves to future sounds of a different kind with the film scores for various science fiction classics. In addition to the John Williams hits for Georges Lucas' space epic Star Wars, the program also includes the cult intro for Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek series, composed by Alexander Courage: the original title "Where No Man Has Gone Before “ Written music in TV series or used regularly by Youtubers. Also on the program: "Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity" from Gustav Holst's famous planetary suite, to which film music composers such as John Williams (Star Wars), James Horner (Aliens), Alan Silvestri (Predator), Vangelis (Blade Runner) or Hans Zimmer (Gladiator) and from which Frank Zappa, Sarah Brightman and various rock bands have extensively quoted.
Program: Alfred Schnittke (1934 – 1998): Concerto for piano and string orchestra and other works
Music from science fiction films such as Star Trek and Star Wars by Alexander Courage (1919 - 2008) and John Williams (* 1932) as well as works by Gustav Holst (1874 - 1934), Bart Howard (1915 - 2004), Ralph Ford ( * 1963) and more.