J. Kościuszko / Radom Chamber Orchestra / cond. Szymon Morus / Koki Fujimoto

J. Kościuszko / Radom Chamber Orchestra / cond. Szymon Morus / Koki Fujimoto

J. Kościuszko / Radom Chamber Orchestra / cond. Szymon Morus / Koki Fujimoto

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Part I

Koki Fujimoto (Japonia) – the winner of 2019 IGF Heinsberg 

 

The solo recital of the winner of the International Guitar Competition in Heinsberg is an opportunity to get acquainted with this extremely interesting soloist, who will perform in Poland for the first time. 

The young artist has several solo albums to his name, including an album with a set of guitar works by his outstanding compatriot, Toru Takemitsu. In Tychy, Koki Fujimoto will perform a diverse repertoire, comprehensively presenting his talent and unique skills. 

The programme includes:

  • M.Llobet : Catalan songs (selection)
  • Sor: Fantasy op.30
  • Ravel: Alborada del gracioso (arr. by Koki Fujimoto)
  • Takemitsu: Folios

 

Part II

Harvey Hope – Unfinished Works

Radom Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Szymon Morus 

soloist: Jakub Kościuszko (Poland) 

The programme includes:

Harvey Hope:

  • The Lake from Three Symphonic Poems op. 52 for chamber orchestra
  • Herastrau op. 51 for chamber orchestra
  • De Madrugada op. 56 for guitar and chamber orchestra

The concert will familiarise the audience with the works of Harvey Hope – a guitarist, composer, teacher, writer and collector of instruments, who died in 2014. We will hear his pieces for orchestra as well as for guitar and orchestra. Hope’s music is characterised by clear emotions and recognizable style, referring primarily to Spanish music. Such a piece, referring to the famous Concierto de Aranjuez, is De Madrugada – a concertino for guitar and orchestra, which, among others, will be performed in Tychy. 

 

The result of the collaboration of the artists involved in the project is the album which will premiere at the Festival in Tychy. Another highlight of the evening will be the premiere of The Lake from Three Symphonic Poems Op. 52 – a composition for chamber orchestra.

 

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Date And Time

2022-10-27 18:30
 

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