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The most recorded chamber orchestra in the world is making a comeback this season. The English Chamber Orchestra's tour for the year 2013/14 season includes countries like Norway, France, USA, Siberia, and Switzerland. Do you wish to listen to 860 recordings contributed by more than 400 exceptionally talented composers in the upcoming performance? You have to get hold of The English Chamber Orchestra tickets to be there.
The English Chamber Orchestra (ECO) has performed in many countries and has featured some of the world's greatest musicians. American Radio Network, CPRN selected it as 'one of the world's greatest living orchestras'. It tours to the UK regularly and has the most extensive discography as compared to any other chamber orchestra in the world. ECO has a long and inspiring success story.
ECO was founded by Lawrence Leonard and Arnold Goldsbrough in the late forties. Its name was changed to the current one after the expansion of the repertoire in the early sixties. It played with the same group size until it got associated with the Aldeburgh Festival. This was the time when it played at the premiers of Benjamin Britten's Curfew River, Owen Wingrave and Mid Summer Night's Dream. Apart from these, Britten has also recorded several other works and also conducted the orchestra on different occasions.
The orchestra worked with a number of guest conductors like Daniel Barenboim, Raymond Leppard and Collin Davis till it appointed the first principal conductor, Jeffry Tate. ECO had a long relationship with Daniel Barenboim and recorded a complete cycle of Mozart Piano Concertos with its live performances. Currently, the orchestra is doing projects with John Williams, Julian Lloyd Webber, Tenebrae and Anne Akiko Meyers.
The English Chamber Orchestra has recorded a number of successful soundtracks for movies like Pride and Prejudice, Atonement and several James Bond fims. For the current season, it has appointed the well known Japanese conductor, Daisuke Muranaka. Muranaka conducts three outstanding Germanic classics that include Beethoven's powerful Egmont Overture, No 6 and Schumann's Cello Concerto. Appreciated for his work, he was recognized with the prestigious Japanese, 'Idemitsu Music Award' in 2001 and is known for conducting major Japanese orchestras like, Gunma Symphony, Kyushu Symphony and Nippon Century Orchestra.
Live performances and tours have taken Muranaka to a number of important concert venues like, Verdi Hall (Milan), Cadogan Hall (London) and Ueno Bunkakaikan (Tokyo). This time, he is heading to The State Theater in New Jersey. The venue was established in the early twenties and till now has hosted a number of well known celebrities in the entertainment world, like Jay Leno and Peter, Paul and Mary.
The contributions of Muranaka do not end with just conducting orchestras and live performances. The exceptionally talented artist is also a founder of 'Yokohama Opera Mirai Project' and 'Yokohama OMP Orchestra' and took responsibility for being their artistic director and Principal Conductor. He has the prestigious 'Yokohama Award' to his credit, which was presented for his contributions to the City of Yokohama.
For the upcoming performance of English Chamber Orchestra, Daisuke Muranaka will be accompanied by the principal guest conductor, Roy Goodman. The artist has released more than 120 successful recordings so far, which range from Monteverdi to Copland. Not only this, he has also directed more than forty world premieres of Contemporary music. Apart from conducting, Goodman is a well known violist and specializes in direction and performance of early music. You will now get a chance to appreciate the brilliance of their talent live at the brand new performance of English Chamber Orchestra. The English Chamber Orchestra tickets are available on discounted rates and are up for grabs.