Concert of the Lund New Chamber Orchestra

Date: 
May 29, 2014 - 19:00 - 21:00
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Nador u. 13
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Concert of the Lund New Chamber Orchestra

Christoffer Nobin studied singing and composition at the Malmö Academy of Music and graduated in orchestral conducting from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Copenhagen. As assistants to well-established international conductors Christoffer Nobin also appeared at major concert venues like the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Barbican Centre in London, the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, Minato Marai Concert Hall in Yokohama, Grosses Festspielhaus in Salzburg and at the Drottningholm Court Theatre in Stockholm. Among other, he works with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, Gävle Symphony Orchestra, the Navy Band, Army Band, Athelas Sinfonietta, Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie and at The Royal Opera in Copenhagen, Malmö Opera, Wermlands Opera and The Danish National Opera. 

The Swedish-Hungarian coloratura soprano Teresia Bokor was born in Sweden 1981. She studied at the Academy of music in Vadstena, at the Malmö Academy of Music, and at the Opera Academy in Copenhagen. In 2005 she won a price as the youngest finalist in the Malmö International Vocal Competition. Teresia Bokor made her debut at the Royal Opera in Copenhagen 2007 as Servilia (Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito), in a co-production with the English National Opera. Beyond the Royal Opera in Copenhagen, she sang at the New Operahouse and “The New Theater” in Copenhagen, at the Malmö Opera and at the Landestheater Linz in Austria. In 2014 she received the Soloist Prize at Folkoperan in Stockholm for her interpretation of The Queen of the Night. 

 

Emese Mali pianist graduated from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in 2004. She completed her doctorate there in 2011. She was a guest student at the Mozarteum University of Music, Salzburg, Austria. She won first prize in the Andor Földes Competition in Budapest, 2000; a special prize by the International Mozart Foundation at the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg, 2001, and she was the Grand Prize winner at the Los Angeles International Franz Liszt Piano Competition, 2004. She was awarded the Annie Fischer Performance Scholarship for three consecutive years (2004-2006) and also the scholarship of the KLASSZ Musical Office. Emese Mali has given numerous recitals at prestigious Hungarian festivals. Her international appearances include recitals in several European cities, as well as Mauritius and the United States. She has performed as a soloist at the concerts of the Győr Philharmonics, the Danube Symphony Orchestra and the MÁV Symphony Orchestra. She performs chamber music with leading artists such as Miklós Perényi and Jason Calloway (cello), Kálmán Berkes (clarinet), Márta Gulyás (piano), Péter Bársony (viola) etc. Along with flutist Dóra Seres, their debut recording Flautissimo at Hungaroton Records came out in 2004. Currently, Emese Mali works with András Keller and the Concerto Budapest Symphonic Orchestra on a regular basis. Also, she performs with Zoltán Rácz and the UMZE chamber ensemble. Her latest CD "KornGOLDmark" has been released by Solo Musica München in 2014 with the violinist Orsolya Korcsolán.

 

Lund New Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1988 by former students of the Municipal School of Music, Lund, Sweden. Celebrating its 25th anniversary in the autumn 2013, the orchestra embraces a great variety of musical experience with its repertoire ranging from Bach to contemporary music. The orchestra is an independent string ensemble consisting of both amateurs and professional musicians. The ensemble has through a varied program and regular concerts reached a wide audience in the Lund region. The orchestra is often hired by choirs and new collaborations are welcomed. Over the years, the orchestra has also toured abroad to Taiwan, Italy, USA and Germany. Lund New Chamber Orchestra is today an appreciated part of Lund's cultural life.

 

PROGRAMME

 

D.Wirén (1905-1986): Serenade for string orchestra, Op 11

 

Nu vilar hela jorden (Now the whole earth is at rest)

Arranged by J.Sandström (1954- )*  

 

Soprano: Teresia Bokor

 

J.S.Bach (1685-1750): Piano concerto in f-minor, BWV 1056

 

Piano: Emese Mali

 

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Z.Kodály (1882-1967)*: Ifjúság mint sólyommadár (A little sad song or Youth is like a falcon)

 

Soprano: Teresia Bokor

Piano: Emese Mali

 

Z.Kodály (1882-1967)*: A csitári hegyek alatt(Beneath the Csitar hills)

 

Soprano: Teresia Bokor

Piano: Emese Mali

 

B.Bartók (1881-1945): Romanian Folk Dances, Sz 68, BB 76

  Jocul cu bâtã (Stick dance) - 

  Brâul (Sash dance) - 

Pe loc (In one spot) - 

  Buciumeana (Dance from Bucsum)

Poarga Româneascã (Romanian polka)

  Mãruntel (Fast dance)

 

G.Rossini (1792-1868)*: ”Una voce poco fa” (”A voice a little while ago”) from Il Barbiere di Seviglia (The Barber in Seville)

 

Soprano: Teresia Bokor

 

 

* arranged by Christoffer Nobin

The Swedish-Hungarian coloratura soprano Teresia Bokor was born in Sweden 1981. She studied at the Academy of music in Vadstena, at the Malmö Academy of Music, and at the Opera Academy in Copenhagen. In 2005 she won a price as the youngest finalist in the Malmö International Vocal Competition. Teresia Bokor made her debut at the Royal Opera in Copenhagen 2007 as Servilia (Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito), in a co-production with the English National Opera. Beyond the Royal Opera in Copenhagen, she sang at the New Operahouse and “The New Theater” in Copenhagen, at the Malmö Opera and at the Landestheater Linz in Austria. In 2014 she received the Soloist Prize at Folkoperan in Stockholm for her interpretation of The Queen of the Night. 
Emese Mali pianist graduated from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in 2004. She completed her doctorate there in 2011. She was a guest student at the Mozarteum University of Music, Salzburg, Austria. She won first prize in the Andor Földes Competition in Budapest, 2000; a special prize by the International Mozart Foundation at the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg, 2001, and she was the Grand Prize winner at the Los Angeles International Franz Liszt Piano Competition, 2004. She was awarded the Annie Fischer Performance Scholarship for three consecutive years (2004-2006) and also the scholarship of the KLASSZ Musical Office. Emese Mali has given numerous recitals at prestigious Hungarian festivals. Her international appearances include recitals in several European cities, as well as Mauritius and the United States. She has performed as a soloist at the concerts of the Győr Philharmonics, the Danube Symphony Orchestra and the MÁV Symphony Orchestra. She performs chamber music with leading artists such as Miklós Perényi and Jason Calloway (cello), Kálmán Berkes (clarinet), Márta Gulyás (piano), Péter Bársony (viola) etc. Along with flutist Dóra Seres, their debut recording Flautissimo at Hungaroton Records came out in 2004. Currently, Emese Mali works with András Keller and the Concerto Budapest Symphonic Orchestra on a regular basis. Also, she performs with Zoltán Rácz and the UMZE chamber ensemble. Her latest CD "KornGOLDmark" has been released by Solo Musica München in 2014 with the violinist Orsolya Korcsolán. 
Christoffer Nobin studied singing and composition at the Malmö Academy of Music and graduated in orchestral conducting from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Copenhagen. As assistants to well-established international conductors Christoffer Nobin also appeared at major concert venues like the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Barbican Centre in London, the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, Minato Marai Concert Hall in Yokohama, Grosses Festspielhaus in Salzburg and at the Drottningholm Court Theatre in Stockholm. Among other, he works with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, Gävle Symphony Orchestra, the Navy Band, Army Band, Athelas Sinfonietta, Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie and at The Royal Opera in Copenhagen, Malmö Opera, Wermlands Opera and The Danish National Opera. 
Lund New Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1988 by former students of the Municipal School of Music, Lund, Sweden. Celebrating its 25th anniversary in the autumn 2013, the orchestra embraces a great variety of musical experience with its repertoire ranging from Bach to contemporary music. The orchestra is an independent string ensemble consisting of both amateurs and professional musicians. The ensemble has through a varied program and regular concerts reached a wide audience in the Lund region. The orchestra is often hired by choirs and new collaborations are welcomed. Over the years, the orchestra has also toured abroad to Taiwan, Italy, USA and Germany. Lund New Chamber Orchestra is today an appreciated part of Lund's cultural life.
Programme
D.Wirén (1905-1986): Serenade for string orchestra, Op 11
Nu vilar hela jorden (Now the whole earth is at rest)
Arranged by J.Sandström (1954- )*  
Soprano: Teresia Bokor
J.S.Bach (1685-1750): Piano concerto in f-minor, BWV 1056
 
Piano: Emese Mali
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Z.Kodály (1882-1967)*: Ifjúság mint sólyommadár (A little sad song or Youth is like a falcon)
Soprano: Teresia Bokor
Piano: Emese Mali
Z.Kodály (1882-1967)*: A csitári hegyek alatt(Beneath the Csitar hills)
Soprano: Teresia Bokor
Piano: Emese Mali
B.Bartók (1881-1945): Romanian Folk Dances, Sz 68, BB 76
  Jocul cu bâtã (Stick dance) - 
  Brâul (Sash dance) - 
Pe loc (In one spot) - 
  Buciumeana (Dance from Bucsum)
Poarga Româneascã (Romanian polka)
  Mãruntel (Fast dance)
G.Rossini (1792-1868)*: ”Una voce poco fa” (”A voice a little while ago”) from Il Barbiere di Seviglia (The Barber in Seville)
Soprano: Teresia Bokor
* arranged by Christoffer Nobin