BALTIC SYMPHONY FESTIVAL. A PAIR OF FOURTHS. TÜÜR. SCHUMANN

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Tüür is a resident of the juniperous Hiiumaa island, and his Symphony no. 4 depicts magma, or molten rock that burns in the depths of the Earth, as well as other planets. According to the composer, in his work, there is a rising tension between the mass of the dark granite and the translucent cloud of crystalline structures. Percussion plays an important role in this breathtaking symphonic adventure, and in the performance in Riga it will be the responsibility of Guntars Freibergs, an outstanding soloist with excellent education. The programme is counterbalanced by Schumann’s Symphony no. 4 – a light classicist echo of the Romantic Era.

25 Nov

19.00 / Saturday / Riga, The Great Guild

Soloist/-s

Guntars Freibergs - percussions

Conductor

Kristiina Poska

Program

  • Erkki–Sven Tüür Symphony no. 4 Magma for solo percussion and orchestra
  • Robert Schumann Symphony no. 4
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