The Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra is an orchestra for the most talented graduates of all music schools in Poland. Our goal is to give each musician the opportunity to make his or her artistic debut. We ensure continuing professional education with outstanding artistic experts.
German ‘Signum Quartett', winner in the Chamber Music category, amazed the audience by a powerful version of Schulhoff's '5 Stücke für Streichquartett' and Daniel Hope, winner for this DVD ‘Terezin', performed poignantly the Solo Sonata by the same composer. Joseph Moog was he sovereign and masterful interpreter of Pastorale E minor by Domenico Scarlatti/Carl Tausig as well as Walter Gieseking's majestic Chaconne on a theme by Scarlatti. Andreas Staier played Schubert's Diabelli Variation. The second part was brilliantly and powerfully opened by the Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra with Charles Dutoit (Lifetime Achievement Award) as conductor in Hector Berlioz' ‘Carnaval Romain'.
Andrea Bacchetti performed Johann Sebastian Bach's Concerto BWV 1058 with much clarity and true musical feelings, assisted by Iuventus Sinfonia under the baton of José Maria Florencio. Young Artist of the Year Adrien Boisseau movingly played Max Bruch's Viola Fantasy with a beautiful and sensitively shaped sound. Krzysztof Penderecki (winner in the category Contemporary Music with his complete symphonies) conducted his Adagio and Holger Schröter-Seebeck, representing the SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg (Special Achievement Award), concluded the evening serenely with a most tender version of Georges Bizet's Adagietto.
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