Nova Mondo #2
La Maestra Academy 2022/2024
Why this title in Esperanto? Because we dream of a new world in which classical music rhymes with openness, diversity, benevolence and universality… Following the 2nd La Maestra International Competition for Women Conductors, the Paris Mozart Orchestra has designed a series of programs co-directed and co-presented by Claire Gibault and the Competition’s winning conductors, who will alternate at the direction of PMO musicians and deeply committed soloists.
After Anna Sułkowska-Migoń last season, it’s the turn of Beatriz Fernández Aucejo (La Maestra 2022 3rd Prize and ARTE Prize) to take the baton alongside Claire Gibault for a program that will take us on a journey to new geographical horizons, from Brahms’s Mitteleuropa to Dvorák’s North America.
JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833 – 1897)
| Hungarian dances (extracts – orchestrations from Johannes Brahms and Antonín Dvořák)
ANTONÍN DVORAK (1841 – 1904)
| Waldesruhe, for cello and orchestra
| Rondo, for cello and orchestra
| Symphony No.9 “New World”
As part of La Maestra Academy, with the support of the Kassia Fund, CNM and EDF
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