Horizon 6 (Live) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra & Xian Zhang
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- Detlev Glanert (1960 - ):
- Michel van der Aa (1970 - ):
- 2I. —08:34
- 3II. —08:07
- 4III. —08:37
- Luc Brewaeys (1959 - ):
- 5Symphony No. 622:42
- 6Along the Shores of Lorn13:12
Info for Horizon 6 (Live)
With this sixth issue in the Horizon Series, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra once again confirms its commitment to contemporary music. It features a mix of world premieres, RCO- commissioned** works and other recently written music, opening with house composer Detlev Glanert's expressive 'Frenesia'. Vladimir Jurowski conducts the RCO and Janine Jansen in Michel van der Aa's eclectic Violin Concerto. The Belgian spectralist composer Luc Brewaeys is represented with two works: Symphony No. 6 and 'Along the Shores of Lorn', conducted by David Robertson and Otto Tausk.
'Concerto is Van der Aa at his very best' (Mischa Spel, NRC)
'The [Brewaeys 6th] is excellently written' (Frits van der Waa, Volkskrant)
'Dear RCO, you were lucky. Mysteriën is a brilliant work. A homage to love. Also a poetic longing to ... a better world.' (Erik Voermans, Het Parool)
Janine Jansen, violin (Michael van der Aa)
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Xian Zhang, conductor (Detlev Glanert: Frenesia)
Vladimir Jurowski, conductor (Michael van der Aa)
David Robertson, conductor (Luc Brewaeys: Symphony No.6)
Otto Tausk, conductor (Luc Brewaeys: Along the Shores of Lorn)
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