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Mahler Chamber Orchestra
Let us introduce you to the masters of orchestral music known as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. This is a professional touring chamber orchestra that consists of sixty musicians from seventeen different nations.
Mahler Chamber Orchestra is actively involved in opera projects, chamber music and CD recordings and they are one of the most popular orchestral acts of these times.
The Mahler Chamber Orchestra was formed in 1997 by Claudio Abbado and a group of musicians from the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. The orchestra started off very well and people loved this ambitious ensemble of talented musicians. Daniel Harding played a great role in the success of the orchestra.
He became its music director in summer 2003 and still conducts a large percentage of the orchestra's concerts and opera performances each year. The Mahler Chamber Orchestra does not have a single fixed home base, indeed the orchestra has residencies in various European cities.
It is the orchestra-in-residence in Festival international d'art lyrique d'Aix-en-Provence, Ferrara, Toblach, Lucerne Festival Landshut and at the Mozartwoche Salzburg. This variation has proved beneficial for rehearsal opportunities and often a launching point for worldwide tours.
The Mahler Chamber Orchestra is involved in different types of music. From baroque to contemporary, from chamber music to symphonic programming and from operatic standards to world premieres, the ensemble has successfully ventured in all the different facets of music.
The orchestra has made its name in the musical circles in a very short span of time. Over the years, it has given many memorable performances. Some of these include the Festival International dArt Lyrique dAix-en-Provence in 1998, The Turn of the Screw show in 2001, Eugen Onegin and The Love of Three Oranges and Cos? fan tutte in 2004 and 2005 respectively.
The Mahler Chamber Orchestra has signed residency contract with Ferrara Musica was signed in 1998 for a two concert series par year. They have done some opera projects with Claudio Abbado and concert series with MCO music director Daniel Harding and renowned guest conductors such as Christopher Hogwood, Philippe Herreweghe, Paavo Jarvi, Murray Perahia and Vladimir Ashkenazy also take place here.
Soloists such as Cecilia Bartoli, Martha Argerich, Christian Tetzlaff or Emanuel Ax also join the orchestra for concert programs and the orchestra draws great attention at both national and international level.
For a regular music enthusiast, Mahler Chamber Orchestra is a must check as their melodies and music creates such a surreal effect that you feel completely spell-bounded.
Be it their theme-related concert programs at the Sintonie Festival in Torino, or the annual concerts at the Lucerne Festival; the Mahler Chamber Orchestra believes in performing to the best of their abilities.
These days, the orchestra is enjoying unprecedented success with regular opera and concert projects, chamber music series, high-profile European festivals and extensive tours in different countries.
Besides its prominent live music acts, Mahler Chamber Orchestra has also proved its supremacy in the recorded music. The orchestra has recorded several sell-out CDs released by Virgin Classics. All of these did not only sell well but also garnered decent praise from the critics.
These days, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra is planning some more concert and live performances. You can catch out this amazing ensemble of wonderful musicians at a venue near you. So go out for the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and enjoy their music!