Torino / Tuesday 11 September 2018

Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi / at 09:00 PM


Taking his cue from the soundtracks of sci-fi films, Connesson takes our ears on a humorous outer-space journey. Duparc, on the other hand, dedicates a mini symphonic poem to the stars. And Schubert – who in 1961 had an asteroid from the inner regions of the asteroid belt named after him – pauses on the threshold of infinity. Perhaps, in the end, Mozart’s Third Concerto, with its dazzling violin part, is the brightest star of all.

Guillaume Connesson Feux d’artifice Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto in sol maggiore per violino e orchestra K. 216 Henri Duparc Aux étoiles Franz Schubert Sinfonia n. 8 in si minore D. 759 “Incompiuta”
In conjunction with Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino
Assigned seating € 20