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The Boston Symphony Orchestra will be hosting a chamber music concert soon. The event will include the works of legendary composers such as Michael James Gandolfi, Charles-Camille Saint-Saens and Hector Berlioz. The Boston Symphony Orchestra is an orchestra company that is situated in Boston in the state of Massachusetts in the United States of America. The orchestra is one of the five orchestras in America that is popularly known as the “Big Five”. The BSO was formed in 1881. Almost all of the concerts of this orchestra company take place at the Symphony Hall which is in Boston, however in summer; the performances are staged at the famous Tanglewood Music center. The main music genre of the orchestra is classical. The orchestra group has given some outstanding associated performances with the BSO Chamber Players, the Boston Pops and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus. There will be two performers at the Boston Symphony Orchestra: Gandolfi, Saint-Saens and Berlioz event, Lorin Maazel will be the conductor and Jean-Yves Thibaudet on piano.
Lorin Varencove Maazel who will be conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra: Gandolfi, Saint-Saens and Berlioz event is not just a conductor but also a composer and a violinist from U.S. He was the first American citizen to conduct at Bayreuth in 1960. From 1965 till 1971, Maazel was the chief conductor of the acclaimed Deutsche Oper which is in Berlin. From 1965 till 1975, he was a member of the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra. Maazel has the unique talent of understanding and conducting highly emotional and rich music. He creates crisp yet delicately defined precision in all of his performances. While on the post of a chief conductor as well as a general manager, he served at the renowned Vienna State Opera in the early 1980s. In 1980, he took over as a conductor of the Vienna New Year’s Concert. This was a televised event which would feature annually till 1986. Maazel has been a part of this show many times in the late 1990s and also once in 2005. Maazel’s fantastic resume has also seen him as a conductor in Munich of the celebrated Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. He has also conducted music for three movies- Otello (1986), Don Giovanni (1979) and Carmen (1984).
Jean-Yves Thibaudet is a pianist from France who will be performing at the Boston Symphony Orchestra: Gandolfi, Saint-Saens and Berlioz event along with Lorin Maazel. Thibaudet has given some world class performances with international symphonic orchestras such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Orchestre National de France, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and many more. He enjoys a commendable fan following and one of his famous fans is the glorified Vladimir Horowitz. Thibaudet has given performances in some of the world’s greatest concert halls across the globe. His talented skills are truly noteworthy.
Lorin Maazel and Jean-Yves Thibaudet will be performing live to the music composed by Michael James Gandolfi, Charles-Camille Saint-Saens and Hector Berlioz at the Boston Symphony Orchestra: Gandolfi, Saint-Saens and Berlioz event. Gandolfi is a composer of the contemporary classical music and is from Melrose in Massachusetts. In the beginning he taught himself to play the guitar, however later he went to a professional music school and polished his talent. Gandolfi’s music comprises of elements of both rock and jazz. On the other hand, Saint-Saens was more of a romantic composer, conductor, pianist and organist from France. A few of his notable works consist of Piano Concerto No.2 & 5, The Carnival of the Animals, Organ Symphony, Samson and Delilah and Danse Macabre. Berlioz was also a quixotic and rather passionate composer from France who is famous for creating compositions such as Grande messe des morts, and Symphonie fatastique. He is known to have made some promising contributions to the modern day orchestra and has also composed more than 50 songs. Now Lorin Maazel and Jean-Yves Thiabaudet will come together under one magnificent event to recreate the magic of these three music composers.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra: Gandolfi, Saint-Saens and Berlioz tickets are fantastic way for you to experience a memorable evening. Avail the cheap Gandolfi, Saint-Saens and Beriloz tickets and enjoy a truly magical evening filled with astounding music that will inspire you.