En savoir plus : Daishin Kashimoto

« Pour mon premier concert avec l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Berlin, j’étais terriblement nerveux, mais dès que la musique a commencé et que les musiciens sont devenus un ensemble musical unique, ma nervosité a disparu et j’ai eu la sentiment de participer à quelque chose de particulièrement spécial. Faire de la musique au plus haut niveau comme […]

En savoir plus : Paul Meyer

Paul Meyer partage son activité entre la direction d’orchestre, soliste invité et la musique de chambre. Au cours de la saison 2011-12, Paul Meyer dirige l’Orchestre National de Belgique, l’Orchestre National d’île de France, l’Orchestre Symphonique du Danemark,  le Philharmonique de Skopje, l’Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, le Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, le Württembergisches Kammerorchester et l’Orchestre […]

En savoir plus : Emmanuel Pahud

Nommé « Intrumentiste de l’Année 1997″ lors de la cérémonie des Victoires de la Musique en février 1998, le flûtiste franco-suisse Emmanuel Pahud est né à Genève où il commence ses études musicales à l’âge de 6 ans. En 1990, après avoir obtenu son prix au Conservatoire de Paris, il suit l’enseignement d’Aurèle Nicolet. Emmanuel Pahud […]

En savoir plus : Philippe Béran

Après une formation classique, Philippe Béran mène une carrière qui l’éloigne des sentiers battus. Né à Genève en 1962, il suit, en parallèle, des études scientifiques et musicales. Premier prix de clarinette au Conservatoire de Genève puis au Conservatoire National de Musique de Paris, il obtient un 1er prix de direction d’orchestre au Conservatoire de […]

En savoir plus : Nikolai Luganski

Capable of great refinement and sensitivity and “crystalline beauty” (The Financial Times) in Mozart and Chopin, and breathtaking virtuosity in Rachmaninov and Prokofiev, Nikolai Lugansky is a pianist of extraordinary depth and versatility. Concerto highlights for the 2014/15 season and beyond include returns to the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Budapest Festival […]

En savoir plus : Yuri Temirkanov

Since 1988 Yuri Temirkanov has been the Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, with whom he regularly undertakes major international tours and recordings.   After winning the prestigious All-Soviet National Conducting Competition in 1966, he was invited by KirilKondrashin to tour Europe and the USA with legendary violinist David Oistrakh […]

In depth: Emmanuel Pahud

Early life Travelling has been a big part of Emmanuel Pahud’s life from birth. His father worked for a U.S. company, and the family moved repeatedly during his childhood. However, this would only shape Pahud’s international outlook for his future. Only six weeks after Pahud was born, his parents moved to Baghdad for one year. […]

In depth: Joaquín Riquelme García

“This orchestra is amazing – in my opinion, it’s the best in the world. I had a perfect start here, because my first journey with the orchestra was to Madrid, where I had studied. I remembered the times when I played in the concert hall there as a student – and now with the Berliner […]

In depth: Maja Avramović

»Although one might gather from members of a professional orchestra that the work could turn into dull routine over the course of time, we Philharmonic players always have great fun making music. No matter whether it’s a veteran or a newcomer, whether first or last desk, everyone plays with complete commitment.« Maja Avramović’s musical gifts […]

In depth: Hélène Grimaud

She could be called a Renaissance woman for our times. Hélène Grimaud is not just a deeply passionate and committed musical artist whose pianistic accomplishments play a central role in her life. She is a woman with multiple talents that extend far beyond the instrument she plays with such poetic expression and peerless technical control. […]