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Violinist Kremer performs in Macau

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2/19/2004
  MacauArtNet
Patr獳ia Lemos
 

Famous violinist Gidon Kremer and the Kremerata Baltica will perform at the Macau Cultural Centre (MCC) on February 23. Schumann and Piazzolla pieces are a part of the repertoire to be played.

"Abendlied" and "Three Fuges on the Name of Bach", from op.60 are some of the Schumann works that will be played by Kremer and the Kremerata Baltica on February 23.

At the MCC's grand auditorium, compositions by Piazzola and Schubert and Liszt will also be included in Gidon Kremer's concert program. He is one of the world's leading violinists, renowned for his compelling interpretative power and remarkable technical skills.

As a first prize winner in both Paganini and Tchaikovsky International Competitions, his repertoire encompasses all of the standard classical and romantic violin works, as well as music by twentieth-century masters.

For the last three decades, he has worked with the most celebrated orchestras, and recorded over 100 albums, many of which brought him prestigious international awards and prizes.

Formed in 1997 by Gidon Kremer, his Kremerata Baltica Chamber Orchestra has given six annual tours throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas with regular appearances in music festivals such as Verbier, Salzburg and Schleswig-Holstein.


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