Clemens Schuldt makes his debut with the Lahti Symphony Orchestra this week, for the orchestra’s Easter concert. Together with soloists Silja Aalto, Lili Paasikivi, Markus Nykänen and Maati Turunen, and Dominante Choir, Finland’s most well-known mixed voice choir, he will be performing the Requiems of Fauré and Mozart in Lahti’s Church of the Cross.
This week, Clemens Schuldt conducts the Münchener Kammerorchester in their annual Aids charity concert at the Prinzregententheater. Founded in 2007 by the orchestra’s former Principal Conductor Alexander Liebreich, this will be the 13th concert in the series and has become firmly established as one of Munich’s main charity events with proceeds going to the Münchner Aids-Hilfe, a local voluntary service committed to supporting Aids victims in Munich under the patronage of Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter.
Soloists for the evening are Dorothea Röschmann (soprano), Elisabeth Leonskaja (piano), Kian Soltani (cello) and the piano duo Lucas & Arthur Jussen, and the concert will be broadcast by BR-Klassik.
Further information can be viewed here.
Clemens Schuldt makes his much anticipated USA debut this week with the North Carolina Symphony, giving three performances in Chapel Hill (28 February) and Raleigh (1 & 2 March). On the programme will be Ligeti’s Romanian Concerto, followed by Korngold’s Violin Concerto with soloist Jinjoo Cho. Concluding the programme will be Brahms’ Symphony No. 2.
Further information can be viewed here: https://www.ncsymphony.org/events/139/brahms-symphony-no-2/