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    Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest

    Lahav Shani | direction and piano
    Renaud Capuçon | violin
    Kian Soltani | cello

    The return of Lahav Shani, the rising star of orchestral conducting, for a two-part performance at the music stand and keyboard.

    Lahav Shani
    Lahav Shani © Marco Borggreve
    Renaud Capuçon, Kian Soltani
    Renaud Capuçon © Simon Fowler, Kian Soltani © Mateo Juventino

    FDue to the obligation imposed on the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra to self-quarantine upon their return to the Netherlands after their performance in Paris, Lahav Shani and his orchestra were obliged to cancel their visit.
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    Beethoven Triple Concerto for piano, violin and cello Op. 56
    Mozart Symphony No. 41 K. 551 « Jupiter » 

    The Rotterdam orchestra that dazzled again a little while ago with Die Frau ohne Schatten, a lyrical treat, turned a new page in its history a year ago by appointing the young Israeli conductor Lahav Shani. Now in his thirties, he is one of the most sought-after conductors in the world. In the space of only a few years, he has been invited to conduct the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the Tonhalle Orchester Zürich, the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Manchester Hallé Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the London Philharmonia, to name but a few, while taking over from Yannick Nézet-Séguin in Rotterdam and Zubin Mehta as conductor of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Not satisfied with being gifted at the baton, tonight he will demonstrate his keyboard skills by performing Beethoven's Triple Concerto with violinist Renaud Capuçon and cellist Kian Soltani before returning to the podium for Mozart's Jupiter Symphony.

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