12:30 hrs. Teatro Degollado
|Palcos Primeros||$ 170.00|
|Palcos Segundos||$ 150.00|
|Palcos Terceros||$ 110.00|
VOLODIN INTERPRETS BRAHMS
Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco
Marco Parisotto, Music Director
Alexéi Volodin, piano
Johannes BRAHMS, Concerto no. 1 in d minor for piano and orchestra, op. 15
Soloist: Alexéi Volodin
Robert SCHUMANN, Symphony no. 2 in C major, op. 61
Sunday, October 14th, 12:30 PM
Third Orchestra Season 2018, Teatro Degollado
Our special guest for the concert on October 14th is a favorite of the Jalisco public: Russian pianist Alexéi Volodin, who on this occasion will regale us with his version of the Concerto No.1 for Piano and Orchestra in d minor, Op. 15, by Johannes Brahms. Regarding this work, musicologist David Ewen asserts that Brahms continues a tradition that had seemed to have finalized in the concertos of Beethoven: the power and unbridled passion, the treatment of piano and orchestra on the same level, and the architectonic impetus and structural vision. This work was premiered in 1859 in Hanover, Germany, with the composer at the keyboard.
Brahms was a passionate admirer of the great Robert Schumann, particularly his writing for the piano. For this reason, Brahms visited Schumann in order to show this esteemed composer his first works. Schumann, very surprised, praised the young composer from Hamburg in a detailed article that honored him as a promising new talent.
In this program, the OFJ offers us the Symphony No.2 in C Major, Op. 61, conceived during a period of severe depression and mental anguish for the composer. Many months of artistic and personal dissatisfaction had elapsed, and Schumann was determined to end—on his own--this spiritual malaise. The cure? He began work on a new Symphony. In September, 1845, he wrote a letter to Mendelssohn, telling him that for various days, his head had been spinning with trumpets and drums in C Major, and hadn’t the faintest idea what would come of it. The result was the Second Symphony in C Major, whose first public presentation was November 5th, 1846.
This program will be conducted by Maestro Marco Parisotto, Music Director of the OFJ.
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*Music Appreciation lectures, Thursday at 7:00 PM and Sunday at 11:00 AM, Sala de Cámara José Pablo Moncayo of the Teatro Degollado. Free and open to the public!
*Programming subject to change without notice.