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Fostering young musical talents was particularly dear to Claudio Abbado's heart. Abbado founded the Lucerne Festival Orchestra in 2003. In this orchestra, he united the world's best young musicians from youth orchestras. The Lucerne Festival Orchestra has convened for joint concerts in summery Lucerne every year since 2003. He particularly appreciated the almost childlike joy of playing, the feeling of camaraderie, and the freshness of the collectively created sound. The recording of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra's 2004 rendition of Beethoven's Piano Concerto performed by Maurizio Pollini captures this special spirit. "The playing was brilliant from the start... had gained in subtlety" The New York Times
Fostering young musical talents was particularly dear to Claudio Abbado's heart. Abbado founded the Lucerne Festival Orchestra in 2003. In this orchestra, he united the world's best young musicians from youth orchestras. The Lucerne Festival Orchestra has convened for joint concerts in summery Lucerne every year since 2003. He particularly appreciated the almost childlike joy of playing, the feeling of camaraderie, and the freshness of the collectively created sound. The recording of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra's 2004 rendition of Beethoven's Piano Concerto performed by Maurizio Pollini captures this special spirit. "The playing was brilliant from the start... had gained in subtlety" The New York Times
880242543882

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Format: DVD
Label: EUROARTS
Rel. Date: 12/30/2022
UPC: 880242543882

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Fostering young musical talents was particularly dear to Claudio Abbado's heart. Abbado founded the Lucerne Festival Orchestra in 2003. In this orchestra, he united the world's best young musicians from youth orchestras. The Lucerne Festival Orchestra has convened for joint concerts in summery Lucerne every year since 2003. He particularly appreciated the almost childlike joy of playing, the feeling of camaraderie, and the freshness of the collectively created sound. The recording of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra's 2004 rendition of Beethoven's Piano Concerto performed by Maurizio Pollini captures this special spirit. "The playing was brilliant from the start... had gained in subtlety" The New York Times
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