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(RBSO) การแสดงนานาชาติเฉลิมพระเกียรติ 2561 : Mayuko Kamio plays Brahms Violin Concerto

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Approx. 30 minutes before show start.

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01 April 2018 , 10 am onward.

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Wednesday May 30, 2018 8.00 pm

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Two cornerstone masterpieces of large scale symphonic repertoire will be presented in this particularly significant concert by the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra – this will be their first appearance in the Thailand Cultural Centre with new Music Director maestro Michel Tilkin since the warmly received announcement of his recent appointment.  The monumental Violin Concerto by Brahms was described by its original dedicatee Joseph Joachim as one of the four truly great German works of the genre, and it is most fitting that on this special occasion in Bangkok it will be performed by a virtuoso of simply impeccable musical pedigree, the dazzling soloist Mayuko Kamio.  The Symphony No. 2 by Sibelius likewise remains a favourite amongst audiences worldwide, its honesty of expression echoed by the composer’s own assessment: "My second symphony is a confession of the soul."  Moreover, both warhorses share one of the warmest and most resonant of tonalities - that of D major - giving Tilkin the perfect platform on which to express fully his well known passionate temperament.
 
Kamio won the gold medal of the 2007 International Tchaikovsky Competition, an achievement of the highest order.  Described as “a radiant talent” by the New York Times, she made her concerto debut aged ten in Tokyo with Charles Dutoit.  Since then she has appeared as a soloist with the Tonhalle Orchestra in Zurich with Mstislav Rostropovich, and with the Israel Philharmonic alongside Zubin Mehta.  Her teachers include the two most influential violin pedagogues of recent times - Dorothy DeLay and Zakhar Bron, reflecting respectively the very best of both American and Russian traditions.
 
Tilkin has become an increasingly admired conductor in Bangkok since his first collaboration with the RBSO in 2010.  A positive chemistry is very apparent in their shared music making, whilst audiences continue to respond enthusiastically as the orchestra enters a new era.

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