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LAC Lugano Arte e Cultura

2018/19 Season

Orchestraacquista

Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin

Robin Ticciati conductor / Vilde Frang violin
Sunday November 18th at 20.30

Chamber musicacquista

Claude Debussy - The last years

(for the centenary of his death)
Tuesday November 20th at 20.30

New generationThe 1920sacquista

Pablo Barragán clarinet / Maki Wiederkehr piano


Friday November 23rd at 20.30

New generationThe 1920sacquista

Alberto Ferro

piano
Tuesday November 27th at 20.30

RécitalThe 1920sacquista

Gershwin Piano Quartet


Friday December 21st at 20.30

Highlights

Emmanuel Pahud: extraordinary talent, first flute of the Berliner Philharmoniker, collaborations with the top of the music world and innate class.

Monday December 10th

News

18.10.2018 — Emmanuel Pahud and his career
Read the interview
17.10.2018 — Daniil Trifonov, one of the most talked-about young musicians in the world. Saturday October 27th
At the age of 17 DaniilTrifonov won Fifth Prize at the 4th International Scriabin Competition in Moscow, and First Prize at the 3rd International Piano Competition of San Marino, where ...

Artist in Residence 2018-19

Emmanuel Pahud
LuganoMusica's tradition of welcoming each season a prominent artist in residence will continue in 2018-2019. Following Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov and German violinist Julia Fischer, Emmanuel Pahud is the next outstanding soloist to be our new programme's guest. Principal flute of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Emmanuel Pahud also enjoys an extensive international career as soloist and chamber musician. He will display his extraordinary versatility in the course of the three concerts he will be giving in Lugano. Pahud is equally at ease in the traditional repertoire and with contemporary music, including new pieces he has commissioned for his instrument, and he firmly believes that the future of music will always rely on a mixture of tradition and novelty.

The notion of "tradition" should not apply to a static idea of the past, nor should it deny progress, but should be related to "evolution". Emmanuel Pahud shares this attitude with Claudio Abbado and Sir Simon Rattle, the two former chief conductors of the Berliner Philharmoniker with whom he worked. In the course of LuganoMusica's programme, Pahud will first appear in a trio (with harpsichordist Trevor Pinnock and cellist Jonathan Mason) for a baroque evening centred on Bach sonatas. He will then join an excellent and mainly French wind ensemble for a concert devoted to 19th-century Russian, German and French repertoire. He will finally be the soloist of Eric Montalbetti's Flute Concerto , which he will premiere in Lugano accompanied by the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and its chief conductor Jonathan Nott.

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