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2017年6月10日雅加達交響音樂廳 巴哈,葛利格與舒伯特音樂會

Entering mid-year 2017, Aula Simfonia Jakarta June 10th presents
Grieg Piano Concerto and Schubert Symphony 9 "The Great":
EDVARD GRIEG - Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 16

An avid fan of Schumann's music,
Grieg's Piano Concerto in A Minor is cast in the same key as that of Schumann's.
Another undeniable similarity is the introductory cascades of piano chords in the beginning of both works.
Written in 1868, the concerto was composed during a trip to Italy after the birth of Grieg's daughter.
The work was not published until 1872 after he incorporated changes suggested by Franz List.
Grieg visited Liszt in Rome and showed him the score of the concerto
he was working on The story goes that Liszt gave a flawless reading of the piece at sight;
such was his enthusiasm at the work.


Grieg continued to revise the score over the next 30-some years.
In one of these revisions, he undid Liszt's suggestion.
The final version of the concert was finished only a few weeks before Grieg's death,
and it is this version that has achieved worldwide popularity


FRANZ SCHUBERT - Symphony No. 9 in C Major, D. 944

Known today as the Great, the symphony received its first performance in 1839,
eleven years after the death of Schubert.
A shorter version was performed in Leipzig with Felix Mendelssohn conducting.
It is likely that Schubert never heard the piece played during his lifetime. He sent it off to the Vienna Philharmonic,
but the musicians declared it unsuitable to perform in public because of its length and technical demands.


After Schubert's death, all of his belongings were possessed by his older brother Ferdinand.
It was at Ferdinand's house that Robert Schumann discovered the manuscript
and he became a champion for the unknown work.
Schumann spoke, famously, of the symphony's "heavenly length."
At the time, it was difficult to find an orchestra willing to play the work even in rehearsals.
Today, the symphony is often considered Schubert's finest orchestra piece and one of his most innovative


BACH Fugue in G minor BWV 578

GRIEG Piano Concerto, Op. 16

SCHUBERT Symphony No. 9, D.944, "The Great"


5pm Sat 10-June 2017

Lina Runtuwene, Organ

Jakarta Simfonia Orchestra

Dr. Stephen Tong, Conductor


Ticket prices (in IDR)*
20% off until 29-May
150,000 (student 8-21yo, must present valid Student ID) ** 300,000 up to 1,500,000
*All ticket sales are final, no exchange, refund or cancellation of tickets.

**We understand that classical music should be introduced at a young age,
therefore children are welcomed.
However we strongly encourage parents' participation in keeping them well behaved throughout the concert.
Tickets are required for every concert patron.
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