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W.A.Mozart - Divertimento F-major - KV.138 - Hanover Chamber Orchestra - leader Adam Kostecki

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Published on May 26, 2011

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Divertimento F-major - KV.138 -Hanover Chamber Orchestra - leader Adam Kostecki - Jundiai/Brazil - Polytheama Theater - May 2011 - Kammerorchester Hannover - 2nd part - 2`51 - 3rd part - 5`18
The HANNOVER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
is one of the oldest German chamber orchestras and is very rich in tradition. Musical esprit coupled with technical perfection and an overwhelming enthusiasm for music are its trademarks. The HANNOVER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA- a pure string orchestra - was founded in 1964 and currently comprises 12 to 14 selected musicians, of whom many have received awards at various competitions and many also perform as soloists.
The HANNOVER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA is continuously putting in guest appearances at famous international festivals such as the "Lower Saxony Musical Days", "Sao Paulo Music Festival", "Londrina Music Festival", "the Braunschweig Chamber Music Event", "Flaniéres Musicals Reims" and the "Mosel Festival weeks".
Internationally famous soloists of the likes of Ivry Gitlis, Michala Petri, Sabine Meyer and Zakhar Bron
work together regularly with HANNOVER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA. From 1964 to 1984 the HANNOVER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA gave guest performances in the most important musical centres in Germany and abroad. Amongst the ensemble´s highlights in this period
were concert tours to Greece, France, Holland, Poland as well as Central America. The international acclaim for the HANNOVER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA is highlighted by its numerous radio and CD recordings. In 1989 Adam Kostecki Violin Professor at the Hannover University of Music and former student of David Oistrach and Boris Bielenkij - was appointed artistic director of the HANNOVER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, which he completely reorganised. Then in 1990 the Orchestra restarted its concert activities. Within two years the ensemble was regarded as a Chamber orchestra of international standing as reported by the press after its celebrated concert in Gourdon ("un concert remarquable") during the 1992 concert tour of France. In subsequent years further concert tours of Holland, Spain, France, Italy, Brazil followed. They were cheered with as much enthusiasm by the audience as by the critics and praised with words as
"fascinating artistry in sound" (Hamburg 1995), "a brillant event" (Machern 1997), "absolutely compelling and full of wit and polish, this type of performance may be experienced nowhere else, except perhaps by Neville Marriner's London Academy" (Regensburg 1998),
or "perfect musicianship" (Kiel 2002). Further concert tours of Holland, Spain, France, Italy, Brasil and so on followed in subsequent years. After its first concert tour to South America in 1998, the HANNOVER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA went for a second tour in October 2002. It gave fourteen concerts in Brazil and Uruguay which were crowned by great success. For the years 2011 and 2012 concert tours to France, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan are planned.

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