Randers Chamber Orchestra concert offers a unique opportunity to experience the violinist Kim Sjøgren as both soloist and composer. The concert contains a brand new violin concerto by Kim Sjogren , which together with the Chamber Orchestra and chief conductor David Riddell premiering the work at a concert the day before in Saxo Bank's head office in Copenhagen .
In addition to the new work by Kim Sjøgren program consists of Mozart's Symphony No. 41 , nicknamed Jupiter and overture to Édouard you Puys " Youth and madness ."
Concerto containing all
The new violin concerto collector of refined and catchy show everything that he stands for - from the virtuoso mastery of the violin at the lively interest in all kinds of good music to the infectious and intense dissemination of music.
Only 17 years old debuted Kim Sjøgren as a soloist in Marselisborg Hall in Aarhus after five years of study at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus. Three years later , he became the youngest ever appointed concertmaster of the Royal Chapel , where he worked until 1991. Since then, Kim Sjogren marked in a variety of musical contexts - all the time on the basis of a superior musicality and a virtuoso mastery of his instrument.
Mutter to Mikkelborg
It has been to numerous concerts throughout most of Europe, the U.S. , Israel and Japan, and Kim Sjogren has collaborated with artists as diverse as Anne -Sophie Mutter, James Galway, Palle Mikkelborg and Birthe Kjær. He has also expanded his talent in film and revue of ia actor Tommy Kenter .
In 1997 formed Kim Sjøgren ensemble Little Mermaid Orchestra with a number of young female musicians from the Royal Academy of Music, soloist class , the Royal Chapel and the National Symphony Orchestra . Sjögren's repertoire includes in addition to violin concertos by including Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Bruch and Sibelius numerous concert pieces , sonatas and chamber works.