These four works from different nations celebrate cultural difference: Brahms’s Academic Festival Overture ripples with youthful energy and festive delight in typical Austro-German flair. Written the same year, Dvořák’s Symphony No.6 reveals traces of Brahms’s influence yet remains undeniably Bohemian. Both Italian composer Pasculli’s work based on bel canto composer Donizetti’s La Favorita and French composer Françaix’s L’horloge de Flore are virtuosic displays that put any oboist to the test.

  • Time:2020-12-12 20:00
  • Venue:Chamber Hall, Xinghai Concert Hall
  • Price:¥VIP380/280/180/80

1,764th concert since the GSO’s inaugural “Music Season” in May 1998

Subscription Concert 6
Organizer: Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, Xinghai Concert Hall
Symphony Hall, Xinghai Concert Hall
Lin Daye, conductor
Chen Qing, oboe
Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra

Johannes Brahms
Academic Festival Overture, Op.80

Alessandro Marcello
Oboe Concerto in D minor
1.Andante spiccato

Chen Qing, oboe

Jean Françaix
L’ horloge de Flore
1.3 Heures – Galant de Jour
2.5 Heures – Cupidone bleue
3.10 Heures – Cierge à Grande Fleures
4.12 Heures – Nyctanthe du Malabar
5.17 Heures – Belle de Nuit
6.19 Heures – Géranium Triste
7.21 Heures – Silène Noctiflore

Chen Qing, oboe

—— Intermission ——

Antonín Dvořák
Symphony No.6 in D major, Op.60
1.Allegro non tanto
3.Scherzo (Furiant), Presto
4.Finale, Allegro con spirito