Young Euro Classic Highlights – Five Concerts
Experience some of the best pre-professional orchestra musicians in performance – Live from the Young Euro Classics in Berlin 2016 – Available on DVD
Young Euro Classic – Five Concerts © EuroArts Music International
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“Tomorrow’s Musicians Today!”
Young Euro Classic is unique. The world’s most important platform for international pre-professional orchestra musicians within Europe’s classical music culture has taken place every summer since the year 2000. From its first hour, Young Euro Classic was dedicated entirely to the European idea: liberty, equality, solidarity. It is a living example of what has characterized orchestra culture for centuries: encounters and exchange, integration beyond continental and national borders – a beacon for peaceful coexistence among coming generations.
Original title Young Euro Classic Highlights – Five Concerts
Genre Orchestral Music
Recording location Berlin
Production year 2016
Duration 68 mins
Video format NTSC – 16:9
Audio format PCM Stereo
Production Company EuroArts Music International, ZDF, Arte
Director Torben Schmidt-Jacobsen
Composer Modest Mussorgsky, Georges Bizet, Sayed Darwish, Sergey Rachmaninov, Sergio Cárdenas, Mario Talavera (arr. Sergio Cárdenas), Alfonso Esparza Oteo, Gustav Mahler, Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra / Band Symphony Orchestra of the Mussorgsky Conservatory Ural, Arab Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestre Français des Jeunes, Orquesta Sinfónica “Estanislao Mejía”, German String Philharmonic
Conductor Anton Shaburov, Heiner Buhlmann, David Zinman, Sergio Cárdenas, Wolfgang Hentrich
Soloist Gala El Hadidi (mezzo-soprano), Raghad Al Kassar (vocals), Adham Ahmed (darbuka), Alan Pingarrón (tenor)
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