WEEK DEDICATED TO HOLLAND

 

MONDAY, 25 APRIL 2016, AT 19:00, “FILIP LAZĂR” HALL

Invited from Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra - guest conductor Theo Wolters

TUESDAY, 26 APRIL 2016, AT 19:00, THE ART MUSESUM

Music Colloquium Series”:

Recital performed by Floris Onstwedder (trumpet) and eva Dudaite (piano), students at Maastricht Academy of Music

    * Free Entrance

THURSDAY, 28 APRIL 2016, AT 19:00, “FILIP LAZĂR” HALL

Open Dialogue” with Musicians from Holland: Theo Wolters (conductor) and Arno Piters (clarinet player)

* Free Entrance
FRIDAY, 29 APRIL 2016, AT 19:00

OLTENIA” PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

CONDUCTOR: THEO WOLTERS

SOLOIST: ARNO PITERS

 

 

Holland

FRIDAY, 29 APRIL 2016, AT 19:00
DIRIJOR: THEO WOLTERS
SOLIST: ARNO PITERS (clarinet)

  Program:

Hendrik AndriessenRicercare” (first audition)
Theo Verbey: Concerto for clarinet and orchestra (first audition)
Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskySymphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64

Theo Wolters was born in 1955 as the youngest child to a very large musical family. At a young age he started playing the trumpet with the local windband, of which his father was the conductor. He subsequently studied the trumpet at the Maastricht Conservatorium and graduated with a distinction. During his studies he was first trumpet at the Overijssel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Essener Philharhomic Orchestra in Germany between 1975 and 1979.
Since 1979 he worked for the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra until2008. At the same time as pursuing his orchestra career he took conducting lessons from Pieter Stalmeier and Roberto Benzi.Since 1998 he regularly works as guest conductor for the State Philharmonic Orchestra Košice in Slovakia, the Tblisi Symphony Orchestra, the “George Enescu” Bukarest Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Radio Orchestra of Romania, the Bucheon Philharmonic Orchestra Seoul, the Korean Symphony Orchestra, the Wonju Philharmonic Orchestra, the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen,the Nürnberger Symfoniker, the Limburg Symphony Orchestra, the Netherlands Promenade Orchestra, the Residentie Orchestra (The Hague Philharmonic), the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
Furthermore he regularly conducts distinguished brass ensembles, such as the Brass of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra during performances in Italy and Austria. Many of his concerts have been broadcasted life on radio and television, in particular in Romania and South Korea.
From 2004 until 2012 he was Assistant Conductor to Mariss Jansons with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam, which gave him a unique chance to refine his conducting at the highest level. In June 2008 he was given the opportunity to replace Mariss Jansons during two concerts at the Concertgebouw Orchestra. On these occasions he conducted the Messiaens’ Turangalila Symphony, which was received extremely well by press and audience.
From September 2010 Theo Wolters was appointed Chief Conductor of the State Philharmonic Orchestra Sibiu in Romania and he is currently Guest Conductor for the State Philharmonic Orchestra Cluj in Romania.
 

Born in 1980, Arno Piters studied clarinet and E-flat clarinet with  Jan Cober and Willem van der Vuurst at the Maastricht Conservatory, where he earned an honours diploma. He then went on to study with George Pieterson at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and was again awarded an honours diploma. Piters was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands, the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester and the European Union Youth Orchestra, where he performed under such conductors as Pierre Boulez, Bernard Haitink and Vladimir Ashkenazy. He has made solo appearances with the Residentie Orchestra, the Limburgs Symfonieorkest and the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, among others. As a chambermusic player, he has performed at festivals both in and outside the Netherlands with Janine Jansen, Mischa Maisky and Daniel Hope.
 Piters was a member of the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra from 2001 to 2003. He was subsequently appointed as clarinettist and E-flat clarinettist with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam. He's a regular guest principal with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. He's been invited to play with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under Zubin Mehta and the the World Orchestra for Peace under direction of Valery
 Gergiev. He teaches at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and masterclasses worldwide.

 

Prices: 35 lei, 25 lei (students and senior)

Season ticket: 140 LEI (7 concerts): concerts 1-7, 8-14, 15-21, 22-28

 

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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

10:00 - 14:00

Wednesday

13:00 - 17:00

Friday

10:00 - 14:00 ; 18:00 - 21:00

 

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