Young Euro Classic

Livestream: Young Euro Classic Festival

Called the “Bayreuth of the younger generation” (Berliner Morgenpost), Young Euro Classic is the world’s most important platform for international young orchestra musicians in the European classical music tradition and for its development. The best youth orchestras in the world guarantee exciting and inspiring concert performances, led by great conductors and flanked by virtuoso soloists.

After a successful collaboration in 2016, EuroArts once again records seven selected concerts in state-of-the-art image and sound quality. In addition, livestreams are provided through Arte Concert for a musical journey through distant eras and diverse cultures.


PROGRAM

  • 24.08.2017: International Tchaikovsky Youth Orchestra Yekaterinburg; Bruno Weil (conductor); Dmitry Masleev (piano)

  • 25.08.2017: Baltic Sea Philharmonic; Kristjan Järvi (conductor); Mikhail Simonyan (violin)

  • 26.08.2107: Choir and Orchestra of the Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima; Jonathan Stockhammer (conductor); Yoshiko Kobayashi (soprano); Miyuki Fujii (mezzo-soprano); Nina Petri (narrator); Heikko Deutschmann (narrator)

  • 27.08.2017: Moldovan National Youth Orchestra; Gabriel Bebeselea (conductor); Valentina Naforniţa (soprano)

  • 28.08.2017: National Youth Philharmonic of Turkey; Cem Mansur (conductor); Hande Küden (violin)

  • 29.08.2017: Nils Landgren (trombone, vocals, artistic director); Giorgi Mikadze (piano) // Ensemble Basiani Trio: Sergo Urushadze, Paata Tsetskhladze, Zurab Tskrialashvili (vocals) // Lizi Ramishvili (cello); Eva Klesse (percussion); Ellen Wang (bass); Björn Atle Anfinsen (trumpet)

  • 30.08.2017: Asian Youth Orchestra; James Judd (conductor); Vadim Repin (violin)


“Young Euro Classic: Highlights”, a DVD of the 2016 Young Euro Classic Festival, will be exclusively available at the festival and at Dussmann das KulturKaufhaus.