Ekaterine Khvedelidze performs Alexander Scriabin's Piano Concerto in F-sharp Minor, op. 20, together with the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra at the Kulturhaus Böhlen.
Robbert van Steijn stands for diversity and versatility. Robbert van Steijn has been principal conductor and general music director of the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra since autumn 2021. Between 2012 and 2016, he was First Kapellmeister of the Staatskapelle Halle and Kapellmeister of the Halle Opera. In this capacity, he conducted many performances and concerts. He also created a concert series for contemporary music (Farben der Moderne) and several musical education projects.
The Leipzig Symphony Orchestra has traditionally worked closely with the music academies in Leipzig, Weimar and Dresden. For many years, the orchestra has hosted master classes with Kurt Masur, Kenneth Kiesler, Vladimir Ponkin and others. Its home venue is the Kulturhaus Böhlen, which offers ideal spatial and acoustic conditions.
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