Twelve cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic, one of the world top orchestras, will hold a concert at Hanoi Opera House on July 10 and HCM City Theatre on July 11.
The twelve cellists include: Ludwig Quandt, Nikolaus Römisch, Dietmar Schwalke, Richard Duven, Solène Kermarre, Christoph Igelbrink, Olaf Manninger, Martin Menking, Knut Weber, Rachel HelleurDavid Riniker, David Riniker and Martin Löhr.
“Innovative, brilliant, humorous”, that is the message of the 12 cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic.
The ensemble, an unique group of musicians, has taken its place in the first row of the international musical landscape. More than one hundred contemporary composers have created works especially for the 12 Cellists. Their broad repertoire has impressed audiences around the world for the last 37 years.
Whether playing classical, jazz or avant-garde, the 12 Cellists produce an unmistakable, richly facetted mix of musical colors and unparalleled sound quality. The instruments they play contribute as well: all come from Italian workshops of the 17th and 18th centuries.
They accompany German Federal Presidents on official travels, and the Japanese Emperor welcomes them regularly. Their appearances in Hanoi and HCMC will be one of the highlights of “Germany in Vietnam 2010”.
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Tickets are free and available at the Hanoi Goethe Institute, 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc from July 5 and HCM City Goethe Institute, 18, Road 1, Do Thanh Quarter, District 3, from July 6.
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