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Belgian National Orchestra

‘National Orchestra of Belgium’

12 June'15
- 00:00

The Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov is not yet 25 and has already won such prestigious competitions as the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the Arthur Rubenstein Competition in Tel-Aviv and the Chopin Competition in Warsaw! In the spring of 2014 he also premiered his own Piano Concerto. Conducted by the maestro Andrey Boreyko he solos in the lyrical First Piano Concerto by Chopin, the most popular of the composer’s two works for piano and orchestra. After the interval he returns for the Concerto for Orchestra, in which, after a sombre beginning, Béla Bartók progresses to an exciting finale. During this concert we also hear a work specially commissioned for the American composer Sebastian Currier.
Andrey Boreyko

conductor

Daniil Trifonov

piano

National Orchestra of Belgium
Sebastian Currier

Divisions (New piece, commissioned by BNO in the frame of the centenary of World War I, with the support of the Services of the Prime Minister and of the National Lottery)

Frédéric Chopin

Concerto for piano and orchestra no. 1, op. 11

Béla Bartók

Concerto for orchestra, Sz. 116

National Orchestra of Belgium
Sebastian Currier

Divisions (New piece, commissioned by BNO in the frame of the centenary of World War I, with the support of the Services of the Prime Minister and of the National Lottery)

Frédéric Chopin

Concerto for piano and orchestra no. 1, op. 11

Béla Bartók

Concerto for orchestra, Sz. 116

National Orchestra of Belgium
Béla Bartók

Concerto for orchestra, Sz. 116

National Orchestra of Belgium

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