• Thu, 16. May 2024
  • 20:00 - 22:00
  • Innsbruck, Tiroler Landestheater, Tirol Hall

7. Symphony concert


Béla Bartók Dance Suite for Orchestra Sz 77
Astor Piazzolla Concerto for Bandoneon and Orchestra Aconcagua
Fazıl Say Symphonic Dances

Everyday life and celebration, folklore and high culture, personal and social - dance as a cultural practice means home and identification for many people. In conceptual interaction with the interdisciplinary dance piece Stabat Mater & Les Noces, this concert features explorations of dance traditions from Hungary, Argentina and Turkey.

Béla Bartók composed the dance suite for orchestra 100 years ago on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the unification of the cities of Buda and Pest. Astor Piazzolla created the concerto for bandoneon and orchestra as an expression of his deep connection with his home country and its tango tradition.dru The concert's soloist is Santiago Cimadevilla, who has already thrilled Tyrolean audiences at the Operita María de Buenos Aires. For Fazıl Say, who often appears as a critic of the political system in Turkey, the intention of his music, which often fuses both Western and Turkish-Oriental elements - as in his Symphonic Dances- is to "bring people together without borders, including in terms of mentality".

With Italian-Turkish roots herself and at home in several cultures, the sought-after young conductor Nil Venditti performs this multifaceted, lively program with the TSOI. In her concerts with internationally renowned orchestras, she seeks to create inclusive listening experiences for a diverse audience.

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