In April Christian Zacharias can be heard with programs that portrait and characterize him as a musician.
In Aldeburgh he will be guest at England’s well-known Britten Pears Young Artists Program. The young orchestra musicians get the opportunity to gain an insight into Christian Zacharias’ Mozart interpretations. As a pianist Zacharias has been massively influenced by Mozart and he is considered one of the “world’s greatest Mozart pianists” (The Suffolk Post, 29 March 2014).
Subsequently Christian Zacharias performs works of C.P.E. Bach with the Philharmonische Staatorchester Hamburg. C.P.E. Bach is a composer that Christian Zacharias cares about intensely and he recorded the composer’s Berlin Symphonies with the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne in 2013. By combining C.P.E. Bach with Schumann’s “Rheinischer Symphony” and Zimmermann’s “Rheinische Kirmestänze” Christian Zacharias presents a manifold insights into German symphonic works.
Apr 18 2014, 19:30 Snape Maltings Concert Hall
Mozart Piano concerto no. 25 C major
Mozart Aria “Ch’io mi scordi di te?”
Mozart Symphony no. 38 D major “Prague”
Apr 20 2014, 18:00 Snape Maltings Concert Hall
Mozart Piano trio no. 2 B flat major
Mozart Vado, ma dove? Oh Dei! Aria for soprano and orchestra
Mozart Aria “Bella mia fiamma – resta, oh cara”
Berlioz Les nuits d’été
Apr 28 2014, 20:00 Hamburg – Laeiszhalle
C.P.E. Bach Symphony E flat major
Zimmermann Rheinische Kirmestänze for 13 wind instruments
C.P.E. Bach Piano concerto D minor
Schumann Symphony no. 3 in E flat major “Rheinische”
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg