Weinberg: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 21 Gidon Kremer, City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Kremerata Baltica & Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla
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- Mieczysław Weinberg (1919 - 1996): Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra, Op. 30:
- 1Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra, Op. 30: 1. Allegro moderato12:48
- 2Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra, Op. 30: 2. Adagio11:11
- 3Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra, Op. 30: 3. Allegretto10:22
- Symphony No. 21, Op. 152 „Kaddish“:
- 4Symphony No. 21, Op. 152 „Kaddish“: 1. Largo18:38
- 5Symphony No. 21, Op. 152 „Kaddish“: 2. Allegro molto06:03
- 6Symphony No. 21, Op. 152 „Kaddish“: 3. Largo05:38
- 7Symphony No. 21, Op. 152 „Kaddish“: 4. Presto03:12
- 8Symphony No. 21, Op. 152 „Kaddish“: 5. Andantino07:17
- 9Symphony No. 21, Op. 152 „Kaddish“: 6. Lento13:50
Info for Weinberg: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 21
Gražinytė-Tyla will release her debut album in May – a collection of orchestral works by Polish composer Mieczysław Weinberg, whose centenary falls this year.
She conducts the combined forces of the CBSO, Kremerata Baltica and violinist Gidon Kremer in Symphony No. 21 “Kaddish” – a major work completed in 1991 and dedicated to the victims of the Warsaw Ghetto.
She also directs Kremerata Baltica in the early Symphony No. 2.
Gidon Kremer, Violine
City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla, Dirigent
was named Music Director of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in February 2016 following in the footsteps of Sir Simon Rattle, Sakari Oramo and Andris Nelsons.
Gražinytė-Tyla has electrified audiences as a guest conductor all over the world. In Europe, she has collaborated with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, the Beethoven Orchestra Bonn, the Deutsche Radiophilharmonie, the Choir of the Bavarian Radio, the MDR Symphony Orchestra, the Radio Symphony as well as the Chamber Orchestras of Vienna, the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, the Mozarteum Orchestra and the Camerata Salzburg, and the Orchestra of the Komische Oper in Berlin. At the Kremerata Baltica, Mirga has enjoyed a dynamic collaboration with Gidon Kremer on numerous European tours. She has led operas in Heidelberg, Salzburg, Komische Oper Berlin, and Bern, where she served as Kapellmeister. In North America, she has worked with Seattle and San Diego symphonies and gave her New York conducting debut with the Juilliard Orchestra.
With the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Gražinytė-Tyla was a Dudamel Fellow in the 2012-13 season, Assistant Conductor for two seasons (2014-2016), and Associate Conductor for the 2016-17 season. Gražinytė-Tyla was the Music Director of the Salzburg Landestheater from 2015 until 2017. Winner of the 2012 prestigious Salzburg Festival Young Conductors Award, she subsequently made her debut with the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra in a symphonic concert at the Salzburger Festspiele.
Highlights of her 2017/2018 season include an extensive tour of Europe (Germany, Austria in Vienna's Musikverein, Benelux and Switzerland) with the CBSO and returns to the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. She debuts with Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France Paris, the DSO Berlin, the Santa Cecilia Rome, the Rai Torino, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Met Opera Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
Gražinytė-Tyla was discovered by the German Conducting Forum (Deutsches Dirigentenforum) in April 2009. A native of Vilnius, Lithuania, she was born into a musical family. Before pursuing her studies at the Music Conservatory in Zurich, she studied at the Music Conservatory Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy in Leipzig and at the Music Conservatory in Bologna, Italy. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in choral and orchestral conducting from the University of Music and Fine Arts, Graz, Austria. Mirga has participated in numerous master classes and conducting workshops and worked with many established conductors and professors such as Christian Ehwald, George Alexander Albrecht, Johannes Schlaefli, Herbert Blomstedt, Colin Metters, and Kurt Masur.