Mozart Violin Concerto No. 4 KV 218, Piano Concerto No. 6 KV 238 & Flute Concerto No. 1 KV 313 ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien & Howard Griffiths
Label: Alpha Classics
Komponist: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791): Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, K.218:
- 1Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, K.218: I. Allegro09:38
- 2Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, K.218: II. Andante cantabile07:08
- 3Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, K.218: III. Rondeau. Andante grazioso07:38
- Flute Concerto in G Major, K.313/285c:
- 4Mozart: Flute Concerto in G Major, K.313/285c: I. Allegro maestoso08:43
- 5Mozart: Flute Concerto in G Major, K.313/285c: II. Adagio ma non troppo08:00
- 6Mozart: Flute Concerto in G Major, K.313/285c: III. Rondo. Tempo di Menuetto07:11
- Piano Concerto No. 6 in B-Flat Major, K.238:
- 7Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 6 in B-Flat Major, K.238: I. Allegro aperto07:36
- 8Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 6 in B-Flat Major, K.238: II. Andante un poco adagio06:00
- 9Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 6 in B-Flat Major, K.238: III. Rondeau. Allegro07:39
Info zu Mozart Violin Concerto No. 4 KV 218, Piano Concerto No. 6 KV 238 & Flute Concerto No. 1 KV 313
Die Orpheum Stiftung, die seit mehr als dreißig Jahren junge Musiker unterstützt, hat sich mit Alpha Classics zusammengetan, um eine komplette Reihe von Aufnahmen mit Mozarts Solokonzerten zu machen. Die besten Solisten der jungen Generation wurden unter der künstlerischen Leitung der renommierten Mozart-Dirigenten Howard Griffiths ausgewählt, für den das Spielen von dessen Musik "wie ein Blick in den Spiegel ist: Man kann hören, ob alles stimmt, Musikalität, Intonation, Rhythmus, Phrasierung"... Die Alben werden diese schonungslose Herausforderung festhalten und die großen Virtuosen von morgen erkennen lassen.
Ludvig Gudim, Violine
Josephine Olech, Flöte
Jeneba Kanneh-Mason, Klavier
ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien
Howard Griffiths, Dirigent
born in Oslo, Norway, is the winner of the Juilliard Violin Competition and numerous national and international awards. He won 3rd prize in the prestigious international Menuhin Competition junior division in 2014. He also has won the Norwegian Soloist Prize, represented Norway in the Eurovision Young Musicians contest in Cologne, and was named Norway’s Young Musicians Competition “Musician of the Year.” In 2016, he won 2nd prize at the Princess Astrid International Violin Competition.
As a soloist, Ludvig has appeared with numerous orchestras around the world including the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Brussels Chamber Orchestra, The Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Vietnam National Symphonic Orchestra, Trondheim Soloists, Oslo Camerata and London’s Orpheus Sinfonia. He also has been the concertmaster of Young Strings of Norway for several years. The Korean Herald has described him as “a world-class concertmaster.”
A keen chamber musician, Ludvig has performed with highly acclaimed musicians including Itzhak Perlman, Janine Jansen, Alisa Weilerstein, Kathy Stott, Steven Isserlis, Christian Tetzlaff, Lars Anders Tomter, Ivry Gitlis and musicians from the Berlin Philharmonic. He has participated in The Verbier Festival, “Chamber Music Connects the World” at the Kronberg Academy and Bergen International Festival.
Ludvig has studied violin since the age of five and from 2007 was a student at Norway’s Barratt Due Institute of Music with Stephan Barratt-Due and Henning Kraggerud. In 2013 he began travelling to New York to participate in the Perlman Music Program. He is currently pursuing his bachelor of music degree at Juilliard with Itzhak Perlman and Li Lin. Ludvig plays a 1710 Antonio Stradivari, generously on loan from the Anders Sveaas Foundation. Ludvig is part of the prestigous mentor program Crescendo.
praised for her “subtle elegance” and “luminous joy” by Bachtrack, enjoys a busy career as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral musician. Appointed principal flute of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in 2017, she has since solidified her place as an eminent young artist by winning the First Prize, Audience Prize, and Junior Jury Prize at the Carl Nielsen International Competition in 2019.
Winner of the third prize at the Prague Spring International Competition (2015), Joséphine has been invited to appear as a soloist with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Odense Symphony Orchestra, Magdeburg Philharmonie, and Orchestre des Pays de Savoie among others. As a testament to her talent, Révélation Classique ADAMI nominated her to their 2018 young artist roster in France.
Her latest album, released in 2021 by Orchid Classics, presents three flute concertos by Carl Nielsen, Theodoor Verhey and Jean Françaix, recorded with the Odense Symphony Orchestra and Anna Skryleva.
As a laureate of the 2020 Fanny Mendelssohn Förderpreis, she released her debut album « Reconnect – Nature and the Modern Man », with the label Es-Dur Hamburg. This album proposes to paint a sound picture of the complex relationship between modern mankind and Nature, around the works of Debussy, Steve Reich, Michel van der Aa, George Crumb and Toru Takemitsu.
Joséphine’s solo career has taken her to festivals all over the world such as the Copenhagen Summer Festival (Denmark), Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival (Germany), Folle Journée de Nantes (France), International Chamber Music Festival Ede (Netherlands). As a frequent chamber musician, Joséphine regularly performs with Juliette Hurel (flute), Julien Hervé (clarinet), Anaïs Gaudemard (harp), Sindy Mohamed, Sélim Mazari, quatuor Hanson, ensemble Ouranos, to name a few.
Dedicated to championing new music and expanding the repertoire for flute, Joséphine recently premiered a new concerto by Thierry Escaich, commissionned by the Rotterdam Philharmonic. The concerto was radio-premiered in may 2021 in Concertgebouw and then again with an audience in September 2021 in De Doelen, Rotterdam, with Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Lahav Shani.
Joséphine was trained as an orchestral musician at the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Academy where she has since returned to perform by invitation. She also spent three summers touring Europe as principal flute of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester (2014-2016) where she performed at such prestigious events as the Salzburg Festival and the Lucerne Festival.
As principal flute of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Joséphine plays regularly under the baton of such conductors as Lahav Shani, Yannick Nézet-Seguin, and Valery Gergiev. With the RPHO, she has performed in many of the great halls of Europe including the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the Berlin Philharmonie and the Lucern KKL.
Inspired by the international friendships made in European youth orchestras, Joséphine co-founded the Alma Mahler Kammerorchester in 2016, which brings together young professional musicians from all over the world for projects featuring everything from 19th century symphonic repertoire to original chamber works. In the summer of 2019, AMK conducted its first European tour, performing Mahler’s Symphony no. 7 in a version for 27 musicians in Denmark, France, and Italy.
Born in Paris, France in 1994, Joséphine started studying the flute at age 7 with Patrice Boquillon, entering the Regional Conservatory of Paris to study with Nathalie Rozat at age 12.She holds a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMDP) where she studied with Sophie Cherrier and Vincent Lucas. She is represented by Interartists Amsterdam.
is already captivating audiences with her “maturity in performance and interpretation […], the former an uncanny phenomenon” (Fraser). The third of the Kanneh-Mason clan to establish herself as a soloist, Jeneba recently made her BBC Proms debut with the Chineke! Orchestra, performing the Florence Price Concerto and was heralded by the press as “demonstrating musical insight, technical acuity, and an engaging performing persona” (Music OMH).
Jeneba was a Keyboard Category Finalist in BBC Young Musician 2018, winner of the Murs du Son Prize at the Lagny-Sur-Marne International Piano Competition in France, 2014, and The Nottingham Young Musician 2013. She was also winner of the Iris Dyer Piano Prize at The Royal Academy of Music, Junior Academy, where she studied with Patsy Toh.
Recent and forthcoming highlights include debuts with the Philharmonia, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, and the Sinfonia Viva for the New Year Gala. She also undertakes an extensive tour with Chineke! across Europe in November 2022 for the Price Concerto, and recorded with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. An avid recital performer, Jeneba will also be making solo debuts at the Zurich Tonhalle, London Wigmore Hall, Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields, amongst others, as well as the Lenzburgiade, Rheingau, Cheltenham, Bradfield and Lamberhurst festivals. In 2022, Jeneba also embarked on tours of Australia, USA, Antigua and Barbuda with the Kanneh-Masons.
Jeneba was named one of Classic FM’s ‘Rising Stars’ and appeared on Julian Lloyd Webber’s radio series in 2021. She has also been featured on several television and radio programmes, including Radio 3, In Tune, The BAFTAs, The Royal Variety Performance, the documentary for BBC4, Young, Gifted and Classical, and the Imagine documentary for BBC1, This House is Full of Music. She has recorded for the album, Carnival, with Decca Classics.
Jeneba holds the Victoria Robey Scholarship to The Royal College of Music, studying piano with Vanessa Latarche. She is grateful to Lady Robey, The Nottingham Soroptimist Trust and to The Nottingham Education Trust.