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Symphony concert on february 1st

Ainārs Rubiķis and Daniel Lozakovich play Beethoven und Respighi
In the third symphony concert Ainārs Rubiķis bridges the divide between exalted contra point and highly romantic violin music by composers ranging from Ludwig van Beethoven to Ottorino Respighi and his sumptuous orchestral impressions. The solo part in Beethoven’s only violin concerto was deemed to be virtually impossible to perform at the time of its composition; yet today, it is in the very best of hands with the virtuoso Daniel Lozakovich, who is just 17 years old and who, following his successful performance with the Komische Oper’s orchestra last season, is joining us as a guest performer for the second time. © Sergey Andreev
In the third symphony concert Ainārs Rubiķis bridges the divide between exalted contra point and highly romantic violin music by composers ranging from Ludwig van Beethoven to Ottorino Respighi and his sumptuous orchestral impressions. The solo part in Beethoven’s only violin concerto was deemed to be virtually impossible to perform at the time of its composition; yet today, it is in the very best of hands with the virtuoso Daniel Lozakovich, who is just 17 years old and who, following his successful performance with the Komische Oper’s orchestra last season, is joining us as a guest performer for the second time. © Sergey Andreev