"Sing your country, your native soil!" could be written above the program of the Greek conductor Constantinos Carydis. These are the words with which a like-minded person encouraged the composer Joseph Canteloube in his passion for the folk songs of his French homeland. Canteloube wanted to "cloak the beauty of the songs from Auvergne, collected between 1923 and 1930, in the greatest possible natural poetry" in his arrangement. read more ...
"Chants d'Auvergne" for soprano and orchestra
Air for flute solo
"Fontane di Roma"
"Pini di Roma"
Constantinos Carydis Conductor
Louise Alder soprano
Henrik Wiese flute
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
With the U30 ticket against the November blues
The leaves are rustling outside and you can experience the most colorful sounds in the concert hall - with the U30 ticket for only €10! Exclusively in November (including December 1), our artists invite you to meet them in person after the concert! Find out more ...This content has been machine translated.