Dresden Philharmonic: 14-22 April 2024

14 – 22 April 2024

Conductor: Stanislav Kochanovsky

Soloist: Maria Loudenitch (violin)

Dresden Philharmonic is not represented by IMG Artists


Dresden Philharmonic

Music for all

That is the claim of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra. The orchestra stands for concerts at the highest artistic level, musical education for all ages and looking beyond the musical horizon. Guest performances on almost every continent and collaborations with guests from all over the world have anchored the reputation of the Dresden Philharmonic in the international classical music world. Marek Janowski has been chief conductor and artistic director of the Dresden Philharmonic for the second time since the 2019/2020 concert season. Already in his first term from 2001 to 2003, he convinced with unusual and challenging programs.

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Stanislav Kochanovsky, conductor

Stanislav Kochanovsky’s refined artistic personality led him to be considered one of the brightest conductors of nowadays.

In these recent years he has successfully debuted with, among others, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Wiener Symphoniker, the Israel Philharmonic, collaborating with soloists such as L. Kavakos, M. Pletnev, M. Vengerov, D. Matsuev, A. Volodin, K. Gerstein, S. Khachatryan, V. Frang, T. Mork, P. Ferrandez, M. Goerne.

In the 2022/23 season he will also make his debut in the USA conducting the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington and the Cleveland Orchestra.

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Maria Loudenitch, violin

Born in Russia, violinist Maria Ioudenitch immigrated with her musical family to the U.S. at the age of two and grew up in Kansas City. She burst into the international spotlight in 2021, when she received first prizes in the Ysaÿe International Music Competition, the Tibor Varga International Violin Competition and the Joseph Joachim International Competition. She also received numerous special prizes at these competitions, including Joachim’s Chamber Music Award, the prize for Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work, the Henle Urtext Prize and a recording deal with Warner Classics. 

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