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Johannes Brahms Symphony No 4 with The Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra (TPO)

I had a great pleasure to work with the musicians of Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra (TPO) about the Symphony No 4 (e-minor) of Johannes Brahms – his last symphony, one of the greatest music piece in the history of music. This young orchestra, with the first concert in year 2004 is no more “young” – the quality of musicians TPO after a few years of the regular work together is really fascinated even if You know, there are musicians from whole the world and all continents…

Enjoy the music 🙂

J. Brahms: Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op. 98, 1. Allegro non troppo

J. Brahms: Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op. 98, 2. Andante moderato

J. Brahms: Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op. 98, 3. Allegro giocoso, poco meno presto, tempo primo

J. Brahms: Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op. 98, 4. Allegro energico e passionato, piu allegro

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Johannes Brahms and Hungarian Dances in Bangkok with TPO

Dear friends,

vor a few months we performed J. Brahms´s Hungarian Dances with the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra (TPO) in Bangkok. All together, wrote Brahms 21 small pieces in hungarian style for piano and 2 pianos. This pieces where so popular, that Brahms made orchestration for 3 of them – No 1, No 3 and No 10.

Orchestration for other dances have made composers like A. Dvorak, A. Hallen, P. Juon, M. Schmeling, H. Gal, A. Parlow and I. Fischer.

I am every time, I listen to the performance from Bangkok with very talented young artist of the Thailand Philharmonic wondering – how marvelous they played and how great the dances are… Thank You TPO!!!

Enjoy the music 🙂

 

 

Lutoslawski in Bangkok with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra (TPO)

Dear friends,

it was for me really great experience, conducting one of the greatest polish composers Witold Lutoslawski in Thailand, in Bangkok with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra (TPO).

This young orchestra – we played first concerts in the year 2005 – created be Mahidol Music University with Mr. Prof. Sugree Charoensook like a head and Mr. Gudni Emilsson like a first conductor is in my opinion one one most talented and quick development ensemble.

The “Concerto for orchestra” be Witold Lutoslawski is very difficult and complicated for musicians and conductor too – any way – we had really a lot of fun with working and making ART together.

I will very happy if You will enjoy it 🙂

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