Concerts and events
This time, our preview has become a little bit shorter than usually. But of course, it is nevertheless full of concerts worth listening to.
We start with Tomoko Akasaka: She plays at the Bürgenstock Festival in Luzern from February 7th to 11th. The festival takes place with the motto "Contrast - con Tango" and among the other artists are for example Ksenija Sidorova, Miloš Karadaglić and Andreas Ottensamer. Esther Saladin also gives two concerts in Switzerland: She stands on stage with the ensemble proton bern on February 7th (Basel) and 8th (Zurich).
Nicolai Gerassimez performs with Wassily and Alexej Gerassimez on February 10th (Bensheim) and 11th (Munster). Nils Mönkemeyer gives a concert with Andreas Arend on February 8th (Gent), and Ramón Ortega Quero travels to Spain: He has been invited by the Orquesta de Extremadura and directs two concerts with works by Mozart and Mendelssohn. The Junge Symphoniker Hamburg accompany Kateryna Titova in Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 on February 11th, and Passo Avanti gives a charity concert for "Herzbrücke" in Hamburg on February 7th.
You can listen to Paul Rivinius at the Festspielhaus Erl on February 10th - he gives a concert with members of the Münchner Philharmoniker. In Berlin, Yulia Deyneka performs four of Schubert's string quartets with Wolfram Brandl, Krzysztof Specjal and Claudius Popp at the Boulez Saal, and Steven Sloane conducts works by Haydn, Stravinsky and Mahler at the Malmö Opera on February 7th.
Sophie Dartigalongue gives a masterclass at the Conservatorium Groningen on February 10th.