Monday, 30 April 2018

Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 9

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From the Sala Santa Cecilia, Rome
Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester
Claudio Abbado

Symphony No. 9 in D major
0:40 I. Andante comodo (24:44)
25:50 II. Im Tempo eines gemächlichen Ländlers. Etwas täppisch und sehr derb (15:11)
41:05 III. Rondo-Burlesque. Allegro assai. Sehr trotzig (12:53)
53:57 IV. Adagio. Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend (25:41)

The Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester (GMJO) was founded in Vienna in 1986, on the initiative of its present musical director, Claudia Abbado. Today it is regarded as the world's leading youth orchestra.
As weil as the encouragement of the next musical generation and working with young musicians, it was of particular importance to him to enable young Austrian musicians to play with their colleagues from the then socialist republics of Czechoslovakia and Hungary. Thus, the GMJO became the first international youth orchestra to hold open auditions in the countries of the former Eastern bloc. In 1992, the GMJO opened up to musicians aged up to 26 from all over Europa. As the youth orchestra for the whole of Europe, it is under the patronage of the European Council.
A jury authorized by Claudio Abbado makes its selection from the many candidates at auditions held in more than twenty-five European cities each year.

- Violin I
Raphael Christ, Germany (Leader/ Konzertmeister) / Emilie Belaud, France / Adriana Coines Escriche, Spain / Elisabeth Eibensteiner, Austria / Gustav Frielinghaus, Germany / Aya Georgieva, Bulgaria / Yury Gorbachev, Russia / Desirée Justo Castilla, Cuba / Alexandra Krivoborodov, Germany / Jana Kuhlmann, Germany / Carolina Kurkowski Perez, Poland / Lorenzo Lucca, Italy / Franziska Mantel, Germany / Lisa Obert, Germany / Anna Maria Paatz, Germany / Marie-Stephanie Radauer-Plank, Austria / Carmel Raz, Israel / Isabelle Reinisch, Austria / Janka Ryf, Switzerland / Mariella Schorn, Austria / Yunna Shevchenko, Russia / Alexandra Shipilo, Russia / Dessislava Tcholakova, Bulgaria

- Violin II
Angelo Bard, Germany / Thomas Bilowitzki, Germany / Indulis Cintins, Latvia / Beate Dorina, Latvia / Helena Druwé, Belgium / Katarzyna Dul, Poland / Michal Durib, Slovakia / Sergio Guadagno, Italy / Piotr Kaniuga, Poland / Maartje Kraan, Netherlands / Ewoud Mahler, Netherlands / Andrea Mascetti, Switzerland / Martina Mazzon, Italy
Mara Mikelsone, Latvia / Danilo Pia, Switzerland / Franz-Markus Siegert, Germany / Diet Tilanus, Netherlands / Dimiter Velitchkov, Bulgaria / Anna Wirdefeldt, Sweden

- Viola
Maite Abaloso Candamino, Spanien / Aubrun Ermengarde, Frankreich
Federica Cucignatto, Italien / Marie-Louise De Jong, Niederlande / Anežka Ferencová, Tschechien / Abel Gonzalez Rodriguez, Spanien / Leonardo Jelveh, Italien / Lydia Kappesser, Deutschland / Tomasz Karwan, Polen / Mirabelle Le Thomas, Frankreich / Fabian Lindner, Deutschland / Marcos Lopez Martinez, Spanien / María Rallo Muguruza, Spanien / Paula Romero Rodrigo, Spanien / Marie Walter, Frankreich / Miryam Veggi, Italien

- Violoncello
Maartje-Maria den Herder, Netherlands / Georg Dettweiler, Germany / Benoît Grenet, France / Inge Grevink, Netherlands / Maria Grün, Austria / Christian Hacker, Germany / Gabriel Hopfmüller, Austria / Katarzyna Horbowicz, Poland / Evgeniya Hristova, Bulgaria / Maria Pstrokonska-Nawratil, Poland / Laie Puig Torné, Spain / Jean-Baptiste Schwebel, France / Martin Sikur, Slovenia / Uli Wittalar, Germany

- Double Bass
Sándor Budai, Hungary / Albert Chudzik, Poland / Pierra-Emmanuel da Maîstre, France / Johanee Gonzalez Seijas, Venezuela / Apostol Kossev, Bulgaria / Roman Mosler, Poland / Stanislaw Pajak, Poland / Stefan Rauh, Germany / Christian Todorov, Germany / Tibor Tóth, Romania / Omry Weinberger, Israel / Emilio Yepes Martínez, Spain

- Flute / Flöte
Matthieu Gauci-Ancelin, France / Alvaro Octavio Diaz, Spain / Frauke Oesmann, Germany / Birgit Ramal, Austria / Thomas Saulet, Frence

- Oboe
Nicolas Cock-Vassiliou, France / Lucas Macías Navarro, Spain / Konrad Mika, Poland / Céline Moinet, France /

- Clarinet / Klarinette
Massimo di Trolio, Great Britain / Darío Marinio Varela, Spain / Marcos Pérez Miranda, Spain / Pavel Püspöky, Slovakia / Sandrine Vasseur, France

- Bassoon
Pieter Nuytten, Belgium / Guilhaume Santana, France / Matthias Schottstädt, Germany / Philipp Tutzer, Italy

- French Horn
Fabian Gabriel Borchers, Germany / José Vicente Castelló Vicedo, Spain / Gustavo Castro Barreiro, Spain / Christian Loferer, Germany
lonut Podgoreanu, Romania

- Trumpet
Thomas Hammerschmidt, Austria / Gábor Richter, Hungary / Christian Syperek, Germany / Herbert Zimmermann, Austria

- Trombone
Ruth Davies, Great Britain / Martin Lueger, Austria / Bernhard Stangl, Germany

- Tuba
Ramiro Tejero Morte, Spain

- Percussion
Jakob Weber Egholm, Denmark / Ines Fehr, Germany / Stephan Kostenbader, Germany / Ignacio Molins Bosch, Spain / Heikki Parviainen, Finland

- Harp
Manon Louis, France / Ekaterina Semion, Russia



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