State Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan

Conductor: Kamoliddin Urinbaev (Honored Artist of Uzbekistan)

Violin: Muslimakhon Makhkamova (Winner of international competitions, “Nihol” state award laureate)

Programme & Duration:

Edvard Grieg: “Peer Gynt” Suite No.2

Henryk Wieniawski: “Fantaisie Brillante” on Themes from Gounod’s opera Faust for Violin and Orchestra

Gustav Mahler: “Symphony No.5” 

It’s exceedingly rare to witness three such pieces in Thailand, notably Mahler’s monumental Symphony No. 5, a masterpiece renowned for its complexity, performed by a full ensemble of 80 musicians. Composed in 1901, this emotionally charged five-act work explores the full range of human experience, from despair to transcendent joy, and will resonate with your soul.

Based on Gounod’s opera “Faust,” the 1854 “Fantaisie Brilliante” is a virtuosic violin masterpiece that will leave you gaping at the technical brilliance of the violinists. Peer Gynt Suite No. 2 is a cherished collection of orchestral pieces that each portray a different episode from the exciting, adventurous life of “Peer Gynt.” 

The State Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan–a showcase of the nation’s most talented young musicians, winners of international competitions, and active participants of other symphony and chamber orchestras–was created by the first president of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov. Its chief conductor and artistic director, Kamoliddin Urinbaev, is an Honored Artist of Uzbekistan.

Saturday 5 October 2024, 7:00 PM

Main Hall, Thailand Cultural Centre

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