Debuts & returns for HP artists and touring clients at Grafenegg Festival 2023
The Estonian Festival Orchestra make their debut at Grafenegg Festival on 17August alongside founder Paavo Järvi. The programme includes Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.1 and Beethoven’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.3 with soloist Rudolf Buchbinder.
The Philharmonia Orchestra and their Principal Conductor, Santtu-Matias Rouvali, also perform at the festival on 20 August. Christian Tetzlaff joins the orchestra to perform Elgar’s Violin Concerto, with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.5 completing the programme.
Pierre-Laurent Aimard returns to the festival on 26 August to join Tonkünstler Orchestra with conductor Brad Lubman for Bartók’s Piano Concerto No.3, a work that he will release on disc next month on Pentatone as part of the complete Bartók Piano Concertos recording with San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and Esa-Pekka Salonen.
Tabita Berglund joins Tonkünstler Orchestra and Sergei Dogadin to conduct Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, and a selection of suite movements from Prokofiev’s ballet, Romeo and Juliet. The performance takes place on 1 September at Grafenegg’s open-air stage, Wolkenturm.