Performers:DANA ZEMTSOV viola, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Conductor DANIEL RAISKIN
2nd concert in the ROMANTICISM series
Hungarian Dance No. 6
Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor
Johann Strauss II
Overture to The Carnival in Rome (Der Karneval in Rom)
The Carnival of Venice on the theme by Niccoló Paganini
Spanish Capriccio (Capriccio espagnol), Op. 34
DANA ZEMTSOV viola
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor DANIEL RAISKIN
Dana Zemtsov, one of the most brilliant viola talents of her generation, has won numerous competitions and made a dazzling career as a musician. She is winner of the Grand Prix at international competitions in Luxembourg, Italy, Austria, Germany, Portugal and the Netherlands. In 2010, she was awarded the Young Musician of the Year title in the Netherlands and represented the country at the Eurovision Classical Music Competition in Vienna. The highlights of her most recent performance seasons have been Bartók’s Viola Concerto in Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, performing at the Utrecht Chamber Music Festival with Janine Jansen and Martin Frost and a solo recital in New York’s Carnegie Hall.
The concert will be conducted by Daniel Raiskin, who has given several successful performances with ENSO and has worked as the guest principal conductor of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra since the 2017/18 season.
* Pre-concert talk and chamber performance at 6 pm
Le grand tango
DANA ZEMTSOV (viola) and MARCELO NISINMAN (bandoneon)
Jared Sacks, the head of the Dutch record company Channel Classic Records, will share the secrets of the world of recording during the pre-concert discussion.
Concert is produced by ENSO