Monday, 10 June 2013

Nimrod Borenstein premieres

The Philharmonia Orchestra and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy will be giving the premiere of If you will it, it is no dream, by the Tel Aviv-born London-based composer Nimrod Borenstein.  The work, which was commissioned by the Philharmonia Orchestra, will be the opening work in a concert at the Royal Festival Hall on 13 June 2013. The programme also includes Elgar's Violin Concerto with James Ehnes as the soloists, as well as Walton's Symphony No. 1. Borenstein's The Big Bang and the Creation of the Universe was performed by Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia Orchestra in Leicester earlier this year. Borenstein is having a busy time at the moment, at the beginning of July his Concerto for Violoncello and String Orchestra receives its premiere in Belgrade, further information from Nimrod Borenstein's website. Further information on Thursday's concert from the South Bank Centre website.

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