Odeon Youth Sym­phony Or­ches­tra of Mu­nich to per­form in Wuhan

Changjiang Weekly - - CULTURE - By Huang Li­juan

The Odeon Youth Sym­phony Or­ches­tra of Mu­nich will de­liver a per­for­mance at the Qin­tai Con­cert Hall on Au­gust 31.

The sym­phony or­ches­tra is made up of mu­si­cians aged from 15 to 25, all orig­i­nat­ing from the Mu­nich metropoli­tan area. As­so­ci­ated with the Mu­nich Phil­har­monic Or­ches­tra, with which they have reg­u­lar re­hearsals and per­for­mances, the Odeon Youth Sym­phony Or­ches­tra also in­vited prin­ci­pal con­duc­tors Zu­bin Me­hta and Lorin Maazel to be their art con­sul­tants. As it has trained a num­ber of young mu­si­cians, the or­ches­tra has been named as "the purest suc­ces­sor of the Ger­man and Aus­trian mu­sic tra­di­tion" by Gramo­phone.

The prin­ci­pal con­duc­tor is Julio Doggen­weiler Fernán­dez from Chile, who stud­ied or­ches­tral con­duct­ing at the Su­pe­rior Mu­sic School in Mu­nich, Ger­many.

On the evening of Au­gust

31, the Odeon Youth Sym­phony Or­ches­tra will per­form the "Aca­demic Fes­ti­val Over­ture" by Brahms, Mozart's

"35th Sym­phony in D Ma­jor," and "Sym­phonie Fan­tas­tique" by Ber­loiz as part of their pro­gram.

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