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    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Constantin Trinks  direction
    Carolin Widmann  violin 

    Constantin Trinks delivers two Beethoven « hits » and Schumann’s Violin Concerto, played to perfection by Carolin Widmann.

    Constantin Trinks, Carolin Widman
    Constantin Trinks © Nancy Horowitz / Carolin Widman © Lennard Ruhle

    Beethoven Leonore, Overture No. 3
    Schumann Violin Concerto
    Beethoven Symphony No. 5 Op. 67

    Approximate running time
    1st part: 45mn - Intermission: 20mn - 2nd part: 35mn

    What’s new? Beethoven under the baton of Constantin Trinks, a brilliant young conductor in the enduring tradition of the Kapellmeister, who is much in demand today at major opera houses. On the programme are one of the three overtures to Leonore, the well-known prelude to Fidelio, and the famous Fifth Symphony, which we should never forget contains far more gems than those immortal and legendary opening eight notes. Carolin Widmann is also a product of the school of German rigour, and this internationally-renowned violinist is rediscovering an old acquaintance on this occasion: Schumann’s Violin Concerto, which she recorded as performer and conductor in 2016 with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. It is one of her favourite works in the repertoire, which she says she loves for its « darkness, abrasive edge and constant tension, the despair of the second movement, but also the possibility of consolation. »

    Production Orchestre de chambre de Paris