Musica Serena (2015) (Asian première)
Violin Concerto in D, Op 35
Symphony No 5 in E minor, Op 64
Dimitry Sitkovetsky (Violin)
“A velvety cantabile…which never seems to stop ‘singing’.”The Strad
“His sound is robust and resonant, his technique awesome.”BBC Music Magazine
“A magical reading.”The Strad
“He made his violin sing with profound emotion and prodigious technique.”Star Tribune
“Intensity and precision constituted a potent pair of qualities, which, allied with his finely focused tone, resulted in a totally convincing and indeed moving musical experience.”Seen and Heard International
- Celebrated globally as a violinist, conductor, creator, transcriber, and facilitator – and holds an undisputed and venerable position in musical society as a giant personality and educator
- Has performed with the world’s leading orchestras – including the Berlin Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Cleveland, LA Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhaus, New York Philharmonic, NHK Symphony, and Philadelphia, amongst others
- His recording collaborators to date include such orchestras as the London Symphony, Philharmonia, and Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, working with such legendary maestros as Colin Davis, Mariss Jansons, Neville Marriner, and Yehudi Menuhin
Daniel Raiskin (Conductor)
“Daniel Raiskin is clearly a musician of sensibility, well versed in his craft.”Gramophone
- Music Director, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
- Principal Conductor, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
- Principal Guest Conductor, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra
Disease Prevention Measures
- Audience members will need to go through temperature checks upon entering the performance venue. Those with fever symptoms will be denied entry and should seek immediate medical advice.
- Audience members must wear their own masks inside the performance venue.
- To comply with the reduced capacity and social distancing regulations of the performance venue, special seating arrangements are in place. Please sit in your assigned seats.