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GABRIEL
BEBEȘELEA

An inner glow emanates from the Konzerthausorchester on Friday, melody, middle voices and bass fundamentals develop acoustic depth, because each of the participants feels addressed by the maestro, regardless of whether they are currently playing a main or supporting role in this team play.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

13. April

Pannon Philharmonic

Bartok: Two Images, Op. 10
Paladi: Piano Concerto in C Major
Enescu: Symphony No. 1 in E-flat Major, Op. 13

Pécs, Kodály Centre

18. April

"George Enescu" Philharmonic Orchestra

Schumann: Piano Concerto, Op.54
Schumann: Manfred, Op.115

Bucharest, Romanian Athenaeum

19. April

"George Enescu" Philharmonic Orchestra

Schumann: Piano Concerto, Op.54
Schumann: Manfred, Op.115

Bucharest, Romanian Athenaeum

LATEST NEWS

Long-time Mahler champion Gabriel Bebeșelea leads the "Transylvania" State Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra and the Junior VIP Children’s Choir in a performance of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 3 on the 23rd of February, Mezzo Liza Kadelnik takes center stage as soloist in Mahler’s vast tribute to nature and love.

Gabriel Bebeșelea returns to the Bochumer Symphoniker for two concerts on the 18th and 19th of January. He will lead a programme comprising J.S. Bach’s cantata "O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort” BWV 60 and Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto in the first part, while in the second part "Mathis der Maler“ by Paul Hindemith will round up the evening’s programme. As soloists for Bach’s "O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort” cantata, Henriette Gödde, Patrick Grahl and Konstantin Wolff take center stage as soloists. Ilya Gringolts is the soloist for Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto.

On the 16th of December, Bebeșelea leads the commissioned Requiem “In Memoriam” dedicated to the victims of communism. This Requiem was commissioned by the "Banatul" Philharmonic Orchestra of Timisoara at the initiative of Gabriel Bebeșelea. 

Since the "messa de profundis" has 7 parts, it was very fitting to have a composer from each of the 7 countries that experienced more or less violent revolutions in 1989 writing a part, in the chronological order of the uprisings, starting with Poland and ending with Romania: Zygmunt Krauze (Poland), Martin Smolka (Czech Republic), Iris Szeghy (Slovakia), Sven Helbig (East Germany), Laszlo Tihanyi (Hungary), Dobrinka Tabakova (Bulgaria), Dan Dediu (Romania).

VIDEOS

Tchaikovsky: Manfred Symphony, Op. 58
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Tchaikovsky: Manfred Symphony, Op. 58
State Academic Symphony of Russia "Evgeny Svetlanov" | 12.09.2019 | "George Enescu" Festival Bucharest

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GEORGE ENESCU

STRIGOII | GHOSTS | GEISTER

 

RUNDFUNK-SINFONIEORCHESTER BERLIN

GABRIEL BEBEŞELEA

RODICA VICA | TIBERIUS SIMU | BOGDAN BACIU | ALIN ANCA

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